Julien Quesne: “I Do Not See Myself Winning”

INTERVIEW: Julien Quesne sign the French third win of the season and second of his career by winning the Italian Open to golfers as Nicolas Colsaerts and Francesco Molinari in particular.

Supported by his family in Turin, the Sarthe, Bordeaux adoption sign his seventh Top 10 of the year and inflates the tricolor quota for the final of the Race to Dubai.

When Have You Felt That Victory Was At Hand?

After my double bogey at 2, I do not see myself winning. I thought going to win the tournament at -15. But my opponents are self-mutilated head. I saw an opening and I slid into me … My putt to save par at 16 to stay at -10 was decisive. I knew that 17 and 18, the birdie was playable. With the chip at 17, I was confident to get the flag 18 That to market.

There Wre Beautiful People Highly Motivated To Turin. Is It An Additional Source Of Satisfaction To Beat Such Players?

It is always gratifying to win while players like Francesco Molinari and Nicolas Colsaerts fought until the end. I had already dominated over a week, but now we do as well as they do on a season and a career trying to continue working in the same direction. Also this week, my family was there and it’s even harder to gain pleasure.

This Beautiful Award Winning Season With Seven Top 10 Already!

I was already happy with my season with six Top 10 before my title in Italy. I knew that the game continued to improve and the next victory was only a matter of time. Many people around me were disappointed with my seventh place in the Netherlands last week, but I was very happy because I felt like I was back at my best and it announced good tournaments to come. However, this title is quite unexpected because of my double bogey at 2. Like what I had reason not to get upset and stay focused on my game That to eventually pay.

Concerns Back They Are A Bad Memory?

I still have aches and pains in the morning in general, but it does not bother me too much when I play. I continue to treat me.

How will organize your calendar until the end of the season?


I’ll play the Dunhill Links this week and then I do not know yet. Certainly Portugal. I would like to play four tournaments Final Series, but I do not know if I’ll go to WGC-HSBC Shanghai.

This Is The Third French Victory This Season.

This is good and I hope it will continue. It’s been a while since I told everyone that the victories will come. We have a big potential in France including youth as Romain Wattel and Victor Dubuisson, the return of Gregory Havret and Raphael Jacquelin is still there. We should stand for four to the grand finale of the Race to Dubai (note: Gregory Bourdy, Raphael Jacquelin, Victor Dubuisson and Julien Quesne are guaranteed to be present) is already evidence of the health of French golf.