here's the first part, rough translated in 2 seconds: (i was too lazy to look at how google translated it, so apologize if it's the same thing)
Why Ernests Gulbis doesn't give interviews? Is it his father's influence?
Many an article was written about the parent-child relationships in sports... and it would take a long time to count all those instances when parents screw up their kids, even though they wish well.
That is the case here in Latvia, as well. People talk about it standing next to playing courts/fields, and if anyone thinks that I'm wrong, I urge you to go to a children hockey practice, where there are so many "coaches" sitting in the bleachers, that the real coach has no say in how to run it.
The same could be applied to basketball, football (soccer), and many other sports.
And then they go on about how online there could only be found the typical phrases from Gulbis, like "I made a lot of mistakes; It was not my lucky day; my opponent was in a better shape, etc". We only hear him talk in greater detail after the official press conferences. Then they compare Ernie to the Latvian hockey super-stars who did the same thing. Nothing is heard from Gulbis for over a year now. What could be the reason for his "silence"?.. blah blah blah..
After the Olympics it seemed to the author of the "article" that Ernests was caught someplace he just couldn't resist to say a few words to the press about how he played. After the long research, the author couldn't find any articles in which Gulbis was bashing the press, so there is no evidence that Ernests despises the journalists.
Then, they author comes to the conclusion that it is his father, Ainaars, who has the total control over Ernie, tells him whether to speak, whom to speak to, and which coach to choose. (with no evidence whatsoever..)
The last paragraph talks about how Gulbis is not a baby anymore and can make his own decisions.. and how some parents have very high expectations when they send their hockey-playing kids to play for the NHL.. random much?