I'm not talking about feelings. I meant the intervew he gave after the match. It's a shame.
I'm not saying he was right. Maybe Berdych was actually injured, but Marat felt he was faking and he said so. It would have been more clever/politically correct to shut up, shake hands with the guy and say nothing in public but I only meant that I like that trait in him that makes him speak his mind even if it makes him appear bad. He is honest even when he might be wrong.
Actually, seeing it from another angle, the fact that he still gets pissed at these little things proves (to me) that he still cares and wants to win, he's not just going through the motions.
Just my humble thoughts of course