Gah, I made a rough translation of the two vids.
Reporter: Yeah, Robin, it's been an eventful winter for you. How's the body and form?
Robin: It feels good, actually, I gotta say. I played good at the beginning of the year, the first tourney. Then I played a little worse at Australia. I worked hard but didn't find my form, but now I had great tournament at Rotterdam again. So it's been a few ups and downs, but I've worked as hard as I could and I've done my best, which makes me feel satisfied.
Reporter: And the arm?
Robin: Yeah, it feels fine now actually and that's great. The body feels really good, and that is a condition to play good tennis. So I'm very happy with that.
Reporter: It's DC now. Is your preparation different?
Robin: Nah... you mean from an ordinary contest? No, it isn't, really. I know I'll play 1-3 matches, we'll see how many, but I prepare in the same way I do before a normal tourney. Granted, Davis Cup is a bit different for sure, it's special to play for a team like this. But at the same time I'm used to preparing for an individual contest, and I feel I don't want to change that my preparation that much just because it's Davis Cup.
Reporter: You've gotten a new captain, too... Thomas Enqvist has succeeded Mats Wilander. Have you noticed any changes yet?
Robin: Yeah, personally I think Thomas is the perfect person to be the Davis Cup captain. I've known Thomas for a very long time, and he's helped me a great deal, especially when I was 16-17 years old and fought to have my breakthrough on the tour... he gave me a lot of valuable advice, and he practiced with me even though he really was several levels above me. He's always been completely humble, and I have Thomas to thank for a lot of things in my game. And I think it's really great that he accepted the job.
Reporter: You'll probably play doubles here too, something that you don't often do on the tour, how does that feel?
Robin: Yeah... I don't know, I've played a few Davis Cup double matches before, and it's... far from certain that I'm gonna play doubles here. We have 2 double players high in the world rankings, so we have a very good team. We have good single players, and good double players as I said, so we'll see which the picks are. But I'm sure that we'll find the best solution.
Reporter: If we look at Argentina... their no doubt best player won't be participating, does that effect you, how you look at this weekend?
Robin: No, not really... we need to focus on our own game and our own team and we have no influence over which players they decide to show up with. But Argentina could even produce 3 teams, 3 really good teams, and we have a great team too but it doesn't have Argentina's width. So I'm convinced it'll get really, really tough.
Reporter: He won the Davis Cup himself both in '97 and '98. Now he's supposed to lead the Swedish team to new achievements. Thomas Enqvist was a very successful player; the question is what he's like as a captain.
Enqvist: I don't know yet. It's all too new, it's like, the second day at the job. So we'll see. But it's a fairly easy job. The guys in the team are very capable, very professional, and I have Magnus Larsson to help me too. So it's not that hard.
Reporter: Robin Söderling looked charged on practice today and he's obviously the big star this weekend. But it's still unclear who will play the other singles match. Andreas Vinciguerra is the current pick, but Joachim PimPim Johansson is also practicing and he may replace Vinci.
Enqvist: They've actually both looked good, even though PimPim has played so few matches, he's looked really sharp. Vinci has looked great too, he's played on the ATP tour this last month and performed well, so it looks good. It's a pleasant problem.
Reporter: Who is the one closest to be chosen at the moment?
Enqvist: It's truly 50/50 I think. We'll see how it feels on thursday when we will have to make a decision.