I can't say that I like this at all - Gaby doesn't want him to play Brasil but he wants to. Nico - please listen to Gaby.
Nicolas Massú wants to take advantage of the moment by the one that crosses. Though his coach, Gabriel Markus, was of the idea that did not play the next week to dedicate it al rest, the viñamarino changed of plans encouraged by the level of play that is showing and that had it very near defeating in the quarterfinals of the ATP of Buenos Aires al Spanish Carlos Moyá, before who fell in the tie break of the third set.
The Chilean is motivated and therefore that the next week in Costa del Sauípe, third tournament of the clay tour of South America.
"Yes, it decided to go because though physically is a little tired, is with desires. Besides that today (yesterday) did not do anything of tennis and recently on Saturday will take up again the practices, for which has time to be recovered", commented Manuel Massú from Argentina, father and representative of the player.
One should recall that the "Vampire" dragged a problem al right abductor during all last week in Rancagua. Even it doubted to play this week in Buenos Aires, nevertheless the results of various exams determined that did not have anything serious. The idea of the national player is to return as soon as possible al group of the 50 better than the world and therefore its idea to continue playing, therefore during all the first quarter does not defend points.
Massú regretted its rout before Moyá, nevertheless went clam and with several lessons. "I believe that there were passages of the match in which I descended the intensity and that I should be more aggressive in key moments. It is something that have to converse with my coach. But I remain calm because I am fast and lit", the Olympic champion said in an interview.
The number two of Chile also was shown a little contradicted with respect al I boo that was carried of the Argentines after his loss with Moyá.
"One does not it feel well, but already to hours of the match one assumes that that is part of the spectacle. Last week I played with six thousand people to favor and now with six thousand in against. Buenos Aires is like my second home, but I know that at times weighs that rivalry Chilean-Argentina. But it is part of the spectacle", commented Massú.