David Goffin was delighted - Tuesday evening in Sydney - after his win over Grigor Dimitrov, which allowed Belgium to tie the series against Bulgaria in the ATP Cup. "I think we're going to try to practise like we have to play on Thursday.
We have a chance, but of course we're going to check all the results," Goffin said. "What can we do? Just praying and hoping that we're going to go through with this, because I think we have a good chance.
Anyway, we did our best, so we'll see what's going to happen, but we need to stay in the competition and we need to try to focus like we are still in." "I wanted a reaction from the match against Great Britain," Goffin added about his loss against Daniel Evans.
"It wasn't great, and I wanted really to show something different, better energy, better attitude, better tennis, aggression. That was the case." Sander Gille and Joran Vliegen defeated Grigor Dimitrov and Alexandar Lazarov 3-6, 6-4, 10-7, giving Belgium a 2-1 win in the tie.
"You're playing on such a big stage with the guys supporting you from the bench. You really have no choice but to keep fighting and trying 110 per cent to win this match. I think we felt like we maybe had nothing to lose now at this point, so we just tried to keep our level and go from there," Vliegen said.
"We had some chances in the first set and in the second set, as well. I think it was a matter of time before we could break and then take the match into our hands."