You say that best when you say nothing at all~~
2004 TMS Nasdaq 100 Open (Miami)
Q. I guess I would still argue that you won one Slam; Juan Carlos has won one Slam.
MARAT SAFIN: Yeah. But, sorry, where you can see me on TV in the United States? Where? You think that they really care about Safin in a match in Indian Wells first round? Nobody cares.
For the same reason. Tennis is so --they don't promote it very well. They don't get enough hours to show on TV because it's not entertaining anymore. That's the main reason. That's the main reason that the people like us, like Ferrero, Federer and Safin and Roddick okay, Roddick, because he is American, but normally, nobody really knows the players and not really interested to watch these kind of matches.
Q. So it's the media's fault?
MARAT SAFIN: I don't know who's fault but definitely not mine. It's somebody who has to deal with for example, here's a person from ATP. You can blame them for that, for not promoting the tennis the way it should be promoted and not getting enough hours on the TV. It has to be either certain hours, so at least the people can see sometimes tennis.
Q. I guess I would still argue...
MARAT SAFIN: Yeah, it's okay, you can argue. You don't have to tell me.
Q. You're more popular than a Ferrero. Spanish players in general have never been that popular, if you go back, in the States.
MARAT SAFIN: And? What's your point?
Q. I don't know.
MARAT SAFIN: But make your point. You don't know.
Q. Just wondering why. You lived in Spain. Is it something about...
MARAT SAFIN: It's nothing in particular about Spanish players. I mean, the Spanish players, they are quiet, famous enough in Europe….