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Topic - Raphaël Jacquelin
"I'm better when the conditions are difficult and I just seem to score better whether it is in the wind or in the rain, or if the course is difficult," Jacquelin said. "I also stayed focused all day long and when you manage to save par in these conditions you are always going to have a good round. That's the way I like to play."
Frenchman Raphael Jacquelin says "it's time to win for Europe" and sees "no reason why (they) can't gain this trophy this year."