Originally Posted by Rosie
Yes - I can imagine it would be but I'm sure he'll be fit and well by then. I have two friends travelling from Europe for the Chile tournament and they will want to see Nico too. Do you live in Vina del Mar?
Yes, I live in Vińa and I will go every day to the tournament
I find other interview:
Massú: " I cannot be happy to win a couple of matchs"
MELBOURNE. - "My forehand, where is my forehand!", there was screaming angered the chilean Nicolás Massú while he was training with a view to his debut on Tuesday in the Australian Open against the frenchman Antony Dupuis.
The demanding Massú was not satisfied for how himthe things were going. Worried? " Not, I am like that ", he said in conversation with the agency DPA. Newly gone out of an surgery of inguinal hernia one month ago and a half, the Chilean does not put excuses, feels strong and he will look for the maximum in the first Grand Slam of the year.
"I am training well and the goals of the tournament is to win it. I have a ranking (18), and because of it I cannot be happy to win a couple of partiesmatchs here and already it is ", he,she affirmed. For the year, only he wants to improve what has, without putting on concrete goals: "I want to win more titles, to being possible of Grand Slam or Masters Series".
The injury might make him take the things with calmer to the beginning of season, but Massú, which he exploited in 2004 with the golden medal achieved in the Olympic Games of Athens, does not give himself truce. " I am with confidence, assurance, with desire and training well, the operation is forgotten ", he affirms trying to cover his displeasure of the training.
But the injury has reduced trainings preparations and he prevented him from taking part still in the tournaments disputed in the first two weeks of the year. "It is obvious that they lower the possibilities ", ends for recognizing, though he stresses: " I come to win and to play what I have ".
Massú disputed rarely the Australian Open. The injuries separated him in several occasions and when he played in Melbourne, he never reached the final phases. But the surface her favors: " In cement I had my better results. I was a finalist in Madrid in 2003 and won the gold in Athens, though always I liked more the clay. I develop myself well in both surfaces ".