Stan Wawrinka admitted he was surprised to see Roger Federer wearing Uniqlo at Wimbledon. During a press conference, Wawrinka was asked if he was aware of the news. 'No, I didn't know,' the Lausanne native replied.
'Was looking good. Was looking good. In the same time, everybody is in white here, so is similar to everybody.' After his first-round win over Grigor Dimitrov, Wawrinka assured he is very motivated: 'I know where I come from with my injury, I know all the work I've been doing.
I'm really happy to be here. It is all simple: if you go far in the tournament, you will play on the big courts. That's what you're looking (at) as a player.' Asked if he was a patient person in general, the 33-year-old replied: 'Not really.
Depends with what. I always accept that when you walk out, it can take time. I don't expect the result to come directly after doing a good week of practice, to say, Okay, now I did a good week, it's going to come, I'm going to win the next tournament.
I know how tough is it in tennis. All my career has been like that. Again, today I won a great match, but that's not just what I want. I want more. Maybe it's going to come this week, maybe not. I will keep working on how to get little by little more wins.' ALSO READ: Roger Federer: 'I get just 15 Uniqlo shirts'