http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,5205-2048943,00.html “Wimbledon is not really the most important thing. Probably the most important thing is that I’m improving and my game is getting better. “I want to get to the stage where I’m 21, 22, fully developed and have worked on every area of my game. I feel if I can put the hardest work in possible then it’s not so much about the ranking, it’s about maturing as a player, knowing how to win the matches. There’s 11 more months of tournaments around Wimbledon and everybody is going to put a lot of pressure on me and expect a lot from me, but if I’m not seeded there I could potentially draw Federer, Roddick, Hewitt — any of the top-ranked players. A really mature kid, good for him, with that much intelligence he will make it far in tennis or anything else he does. This is a good example for all people yound and old a like. You have to plan, grow, mature, correct weaknesses, expand, and be real world realistic about timing of goals ect.