In an interview as quoted by ATP Lloyd Harris spoke about how it is like to attend the ATP University at the Finals in London this week. The South African player said: "We’re learning more about the game, what happens behind the scenes, the media involved with that.
They’re teaching us about what to expect with life on Tour and life off the Tour. We’ve had some really interesting conversations and lectures so far." Harris is fully enjoying his experience: “We had Carlos Moya come to speak with us.
[It was good to] just to get some insight into what the World No. 1 (Rafael Nadal) is doing post-match, before the match, after getting to the final of a Grand Slam. You begin to think that these are things we should be picking up and putting into our routines as well.
It’s small things from different categories that you can pick up and use”. Harris also spoke about how it feel like to play ATP Cup for South Africa: "From all the hype that is going on, it looks like it is going to be a fantastic event.
I am sure anything of this calibre has to be great. It is a team event, that aspect is always fun. I think the crowd is going to love it. It is going to be super-entertaining and I am looking forward to playing alongside some unbelievable players and against some good players. I think it is a great way to start the year."