Jo-Wilfried Tsonga's game is definitely one of the most entertaining players on the ATP Tour, for his game and character. But asked which rival's shot he would like most to have, the French player had a pretty interesting answer. 'Right now the defense of Andy Murray, last year he did a great job finishing World No.
1, he won many things and yes, if I build a defense like him, I would be a better player (smiles)', said Tsonga, who was World No. 5 in 2012.
The French player became father a few weeks ago. 'I am an happy man. Everything is going well. I am particularly happy to be on the ATP Tour again after a break due to my son's birth.
Now I have new responsibilities. I don't play only for me but also for my little family. My girlfriend (Noura) and my son (Shugar) are here with me. I hope to have some good results on clay this year.'ALSO READ: Andy Murray: 'I wasn't optimistic about playing Monte Carlo after facing Federer'