I can't say I enjoyed that interview very much. I think I finally figured out why that is - it's because he says "Nu kā..." very often. It's an expression that means "Did you seriously just ask me that? How can you not know it already???" It seems condescending to the interviewer and it makes it seem like Ernests is not enjoying giving the interview because he has to answer stupid/obvious questions all the time. It's in his tone too. I don't know, maybe it's just me
He repeated some things I've already seen in other interviews - about not asking a girl what her profession is when he meets one, about not going into other people's offisses and disturbing them. About the Stockholm incident, he said he and a friend (Karlis perhaps?) had been going from one nightclub to another one and saw the two girls. They talked, then went to the hotel, then the police came. They (the police) didn't ask the girls anything, just told them to go. Then he and his friend were interrogated in separate rooms. Ernests was not cooperating, he didn't answer any questions because he was afraid their stories might be different. Then he was taken downstairs were more policemen were waiting and he was escorted to... wherever it was they held him. Ernests said that in the car on the way there, he told the policemen all he thought about Sweden, about their history with Latvia and something about their airport, he said he really let it all out.
On another subject, he has a 160GB iPod full with music. His dad converted all the CDs he had (Beatles, David Bowie, Led Zeppelin and other bands of that time period) and so he's got all their songs on his iPod. He likes listening to them before going to bed/falling asleep
At the end there, they were talking that he should make another visit to Radio SWH sometime later and the interviewer (who saw a tennis match for the first time on last weekend and was very impressed with all the rituals, the balls and the towel and everything
) suggested that maybe Ernests could come again when he's in the top 20 and Ernests said no, that's too soon, maybe when he's in top 5
He may have exaggerated there a bit but I certainly got the impression that he plans to go up in the rankings. He said he plans to play tennis until he's 29-30 years old, if healthy enough, of course.