Not that Berdych is losing any sleep over these incidents. “I don’t know the reason for these misunderstandings,” he says. “The French don’t like me? Maybe it’s because of our Davis Cup victory. In any event, I won’t be making any real friends on the tour. We’re all opponents. I don’t hang out with other players. I stay mostly with the other Czechs but my real friends are at home, not in tennis.”
One thing that the tennis circuit did bring him however is his fiancée. “Lucie knows what the job entails and we understand each other. We also get to spend time together when we compete in combined tournaments, and that’s fun. I like to watch her play.” The couple sometimes train together in Prostejov in the Czech Republic, and seem to have found the right balance for their careers – being together, and staying out of the spotlight…"[/I]
Thanks for the article mate!
Like this article as hell.Tomas is very candid.He drives me to type so many words.
What he said is fucking true,
I mean I've been working for ages and realized that you can't be friends with colleagues.They are my opponents.I compare with these people on the regular basis.Yeah we can be "friends" but never close friends,at most just drinking/smoking "friends" without giving 100% your real aspects of certain things.I damn like his attitide!
I have one interesting thought.
What happens if he were a gay man?I'm quite sure he wouldn't love a male tennis player,I always think he is the guy who is desperately eager for showing he's the better player...haha back to the topic,I think Lucie understands him and vice versa because they both play tennis but not compete in the same tennis field.
They aren't competitors each other,that's why they can have fun and share opinions without analyzing and filtering words on and off court.