Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal said on Monday he was "clearly" not a "happy" the probability of Novak Djokovic face in the quarter-finals of Rome, but he pointed out that it is currently focusing in the first match in the competition tomorrow against German Philipp Kohlschreiber.
Nadal said at a news conference today, "obviously I'm not happy but I will not play with him tomorrow. I'll play with Kohlschreiber, which performs well. Won the Munich and reached the semi-finals of the Barcelona".
The Spaniard added that jittery feeling "fantastic" after arriving to participate in the championship Rome, pointing out that it has evolved a lot.
Nadal said "Rome championships have special significance for everyone. Previously was quieter and there were more playgrounds for training. Today is the championship is more important than it once was."
He played "a beautiful city itself which is also the most important tournaments in the world," adding that "always achieve victories what makes you happy."