And some very sweet comments from Koyla's PC:
“I didn’t think I would feel fatigue today – but it happened exactly in my match against Marat. In the 3rd set I could no longer keep up the pace”,- top-seed Nikolay Davydenko comment on the outcome of his match against Marat Safin – Davydenko lost to his team mate 6|4, 4|6, 2|6. - I realized I coln;t play my favorite ttenis with him engaging long rallies, Marat felt confident after wining the secomd set and began playing faster from the base line which brought him success’.
“I really want Marat to win the “Kremlin Cup” and I wish him the best of luck from the bottom of my heart, - Nikolay added.
Answering the question what he thought about Safin’s decision to quit tennis, Nikolay said: “As for me I don’t want to quit at 29. But I think Marat knows when is his time to leave. So there are some serious reasons for that. I’d like to wish him luck!”
don't we all Kolya, don't we all.