You've got to keep working and play, train and prepare as if you are No.2.
"That is the attitude we had, every time you practiced or played we tried to improve in some capacity.
"If you're No.1 in the world and want to keep that gap above No.2 then you have to do things with the mindset of No.2 which will push you on to better levels," Gilchrist said.
Thursday, 13 October 2011
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