Between the pictures and this article, I want to cry for him.
From Radio Cooperativa:
After falling in the final of Amersfoort, the national tennis player recognized that "he did not have many chances", although he valued his successful season 2006.
Frustration and tranquility were two concepts that alternated in the Chilean tennis player Nicolas Massú (37º of the ATP) after their adjusted rout before the Serbian Novak Djokovic (36º) in the final of Amersfoort.
"I lost the match for two or three points of difference and thus at times wins or loses. ... did not I have many chances, but also I had evil luck", related in dialogue with Radio Cooperativa.
Massú recognized that "al principle I neglected me a little and in two minutes already was 4-1 down", and recognized two key moments in the match: when he was 4-4 and receiving in the first set, and al to head for 3-0 the tie break.
"That is what leaves you sad. When one it loses thus regrets it, because wants to change as the things were given and no longer to have swum to do", insisted.
Of all forms, the viñamarino indicated that despite the grief by leaving to escape his seventh title, his confidence and play continues to rise.
"One must be objective. It was a good week, I am passing for a great moment. ..I hope that in the large tournaments they touch not me more top ten in the first rounds", related.
The goal of Massú continues being "to try to finish among the 20 (better), that would be genial, the best than me would be able to pass".
The number two of Chile will have a new opportunity when debut in individual in Kitzbühel, before the winner of the collision among the Rumanian Victor Hanescu (117º) and a player of the qualifying.
"It is one of the tournaments that more enjoy in the year, but the one that more", recognized. Besides, Massú be united again al Argentine Augustine Calleri, with whom played in Amersfoort. (Cooperative.cl)