TALKING WITH... CHRIS CHIRICO
November, 2004 continued
Q: What has been your best win?
A: "I did win doubles with my brother (Jarrett) at the Grasscourts. Honestly, I don't know. I can tell you my best loss."
A: "It was to my brother. It was five in the third at Grasscourts. And I had a match point. I know that's my best loss. My best win, I don't know. I hope there'll be one better that will take that spot."
Q: What tournament did you have the most fun at?
A: "France has this good tournament. The Open's always fun. All the Europe tournaments, or South America, just cause they hold them at a higher standard that's more enjoyable than here where they just throw you here for a week. They're still doing a good job -- no disrespect to them."
Q: Do you play any other sports?
A: "No. I used to play baseball some, but tennis consumes way more time than you expect."
Q: Is there a tournament you haven't played yet that you most want to?
A: "Wimbledon. I was going to go there and then flew back here. I got strep. Next year."
Q: At what age did you start playing tennis?
A: "Four or five. My mom used to teach Pee Wee Tennis."