Czech speaking after making it into round two in Melbourne.
Big-hitting Tomas Berdych has spoken of the difficulty in trying to keep pace with the world’s top-four ranked players on the men’s circuit.
Speaking after his second-round win at the Australian Open, Berdych said: “It’s a daily work, it’s really to go, to live with the fact that you’re playing tennis, do everything 100 per cent and then in the end that’s the way to how slowly getting to them and maybe one day to be really part of those four guys.
“But really, there are other which are not from those four guys which are really tough and you need to deal with them as well, and also don’t forget about those other 80 which are behind you. So it’s really hard, really tough, and only day-by-day work can pay the results.”
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