Blake has no major regrets

by: Matt Cronin March 02, 2013

Tags: James Blake

Former world No. 4 James Blake tells the Florida Sun-Sentinel that his inability to reach even one Grand Slam semifinal doesn't bother him.

"I kind of feel like my career has been chopped up into pieces, started out on rise, hurt, came back and rose higher, then my knee was bad for a while and now coming back from surgery,'' said the 33-year-old Blake, who is currently ranked No. 99.  "I don't feel like there's a hole in my resume where I need to fill it or I'm lacking something. Everyone wishes they could've won more matches. But to feel like I should have or deserved more, is just greedy.

 

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