“He’s not a businessman trying to take something from me. I trust him,” Paradorn says of Chanachai.
MARAT SAFIN: You have to be a gentleman. I don't know how to say. But if you see the ball is good, so it's good. I don't know. I can't do like -- if I see the ball is good, say, "Out." I don't care if I lose the next point. You have to be, I don't know, friendly on the court.
PARADORN SRICHAPHAN: “When people come up to me a lot, asking for autographs, sometimes I feel like — oh, again, again. But what can I do? I smile to show them I’m happy to do it, to make them feel good, because they make me feel good too.”
ANDY RODDICK :"Here [Davis Cup], I'm playing for a whole team and a whole country, it goes a lot deeper"
JMG: Success is simple. When the day is over I have to feel that I gave my all and tried all options to be my best for that day. After that, winning or losing is irrelevant. It always feels better to win, but to lose not trying is inexcusable. There is no failure as long as you give your all because there is always going to be another chance as long as you learn from each match."