It's two totally different things. There was nothing wrong until I got injured.
The pressure makes me excited. It's good pressure. I have to have the results and stay in the United States. I can't wait to open the season.
It's a big event in Japan. Everybody is talking about [the Classic] every day.
In Japan I do it a lot. I feel it's important to be ready for the season and I need to do that to keep the balance and be in good shape.
I did that a lot in Japan. By doing that, I can get some rhythm back and keep my balance.
I felt I could have thrown but it's the beginning of the spring season so I decided to take a break. I didn't want to get a serious injury.