Łukasz already after Roland Garros said he didn't want to play. Dawid wanted to go, but when I asked him to turn up on grouping the staff together at the previous week, he stated that for it league matches were more important in Hungary - said Brown whichis is cooperating with PZT ( polish tennis ) as the coordinator. With turning over the PZT the willingness to the game amongst tennis players diminished, when the part from them lost scholarships from the PZT program Prokom Team. Scholarships reaching even a few hundred thousand pln annually were closed down, because Prokom clamped down a little bit on the cash, and the association recognised that he was stopping paying for competitors which aren't making progress, like Kubot and Olejniczak.
Olejniczak said :
I am a patriot and I could go to Belarus even for free. But in Budapest I had matches contracted much earlier and I could not resign. The agreement was so I will try to take part in the training camp, but failed. Starting from today I am in Warsaw, I could after all by Thursday participate in trainings and play. Perhaps I didn't behave until the end fairly, but I counted also on the greater understanding. Repeatedly I went with the staff as the substitute and generally speaking I didn't play. I gave the staff my heart quite a lot. The attitude of Janowicz is admirable, but it is in the different situation. A PZT. has large reinforcements I for some time alone must earn for departures and trainings.
As the positive example the association is announcing Janowicz which could leave for American Newport, where he got the wild card and a few days of trainings with Andy Roddick, but when he got the vocation for the staff, he chose Belarus. As a reward Janowicz will get the wild card to chall. in Poznań.