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Each match I think I've improved a little bit. That's a good sign. Hopefully I keep getting better.
I felt better and better as the match went on in terms of my movement. I was moving well at the end – it was very positive.
I'd say Novak Djokovic is still the biggest threat to the number one ranking. His record in Australia is incredible. He has won it six times and won a number of finals against me too so I'm expecting him to play very well there.
My first ATP World Tour match win came at Queen's in 2005, so for it to become by far the most successful tournament of my career is a great feeling. Looking at the names that have won the tournament four times - some of the best players ever - winning it five times means a lot to me.
He played great, great tennis and dominated large parts of the match. I told him at the net he will keep climbing the rankings if he plays tennis like that. I played pretty good but he was hitting the ball huge.
He didnt't start well and it's always difficult in the first match of the year but in the second set he played extremely well and pushed me hard.
I feel like I've been here before.
I only saw a replay of the second one when I was warming down. It looked a little bit awkward, but I am not used to doing it.
It's been a great year for British sport and I am so proud to have been a part of it.
Actually, I've got a bone to pick with my wife because about an hour ago she told me she'd voted for Nick Skelton. Not smart from her with Christmas coming up.
It means a lot to me to be named ITF World Champion. I have had such a memorable year.
It's the top eight players and every match will be tough.
Thanks to my team and my family who were commenting back home. This has been an incredible journey for me to get to the top of the rankings, I could have not done it without all of you.
It's been really, really hard to do it, been really difficult. Obviously they are three of the best players that have ever played the game ... some of the years that they have had in that period, as well, have been, I mean, ridiculous, really. Like three slams and double slams ... So, you know, it's taken a great year to get there.
Obviously it's unfortunate the way that it happened today. But it's been many years of work to get here.
The way that it happened today was quite strange. I had always imagined, obviously, doing it on the court. Like last night, before I went to bed, I was imagining doing it, kind of thinking about it happening on the court after a match.
It's been such a difficult thing to do during my career because of how good the guys around me have been, the guys ahead of me.
Ivan has obviously helped me a lot in the periods we have spent with each other. The first time I have the best period of time in my career, and obviously since Wimbledon it's been a great run.
He's a tough, tough opponent. Big, strong guy, goes for his shots; takes a lot of risks.
I think Venus and Serena [Williams] have won about four each but hadn't defended a singles title before.
He's done amazing, really, to get back to playing and competing again at this level after all of the issues he had with his wrists. Mentally, I can only imagine how frustrating that must have been, to kind of keep going through the same problem and having to try and come back.
Anything could have happened. Emotionally, it was tough. Physically, it was hard ... so many ups and downs.
I played pretty well, hit the ball good from the back of the court, not many unforced errors. It was a good match.
My job there is to try to prepare as best I can and win a medal for my country. I think the best way to do that is to sort of prepare like you do for other events where you're in your own space.
It's different than what we're used to. I think that's why the players are staying outside.
I'm not staying in the Village. I'm staying in an apartment with the rest of the team.