Tue June 26, 2012 6:11pm
He lost in the first round of both the French Open and the AEGON Championships at Queen's Club. Now he has to take on Tsonga, declared fit after injuring the little finger on his racket hand in a tumble at Queen's.
"Jo is the guy who's most likely pushing those top four guys at the moment," Hewitt said. "He nearly beat Djokovic at the French Open and he came back from two sets down against Federer in the quarter-finals last year here. I'm going out there to play my game and execute and hopefully get my teeth into the match.
"It's hard when you haven't played, when you're facing break points, to get that match toughness back. I could still compete pretty well in Melbourne against the best player going around at the moment, but I'm just out there trying to get as many matches as possible under my belt."
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