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ATP: You’re no stranger to comebacks, but looking ahead at 2016, what are your realistic hopes, your expectations?
BB: I’m not going to put any pressure — I shouldn’t say that because I’m super competitive when I step on the court — but I’m going to try not to put too much pressure on myself because I just started hitting balls again in September and I’m still not playing very much, every other day. I know I’m not going to be at my best in the early part of the year, but as long as I’m feeling strong and healthy my game will come around. I’ve never been concerned with that. I’m hitting the ball fine right now. It’s just a different animal. I haven’t played Top-50, Top-30 guys in a couple of years. It’s just going to be getting back to match tough, making sure I’m able to be smart about my schedule, my training and everything else. As I’ve shown over the years, I‘m definitely prone to injury. It’s just a matter of being smart about it. Hopefully, I can learn from my mistakes and just get lucky. Some of it has just been unlucky circumstances.
I cant wait. I am looking forward to The Bakers MAN
Anybody have any video of him practicing?
Ive got exclusive video of Brian on the way to the tennis courts. here
nice one coach v
Brian Baker to Play Simone Bolleli in the first round. I like Bolleli's one hander but pulling for BB to grind this one out.
It looks like he is playing the third match tomorrow in court 10. I will be watching that match.
Brian Baker loses in 4 tie break sets. They were all close. He just had some errors and they were trading breaks. The game was there. He just needed some match toughness.