Andy Roddick fell to Juan Monaco 7-5, 6-0, the day after upsetting Roger Federer.
Q. Yeah, after the big excitement last night. You said it yourself, you couldn’t get that excited because you had this match to play today.
ANDY RODDICK: Yeah, I mean, there’s no real way around it. When you have to make a quick recovery, it will expose you if you’re not in shape.
Most people can play a match and it’s fine. It’s the recovery where it kind of defines you.
You know, there are a lot of positives out of this week. I feel healthy. You know, I played matches, and I was running, you know, hard. Um, my lack of any sort of fitness regime, you know, on my leg is apparent, but that’s something that is a matter of work. It’s not a matter of health. That’s something that’s in my control.
Um, I just didn’t have it physically. I got to about 4‑All, and I was you know, I’m out of shape. That’s it, you know. So, yeah, I mean, that’s it.
Q. Obviously Monaco is tough as