Basically Roitman says that the only thing that he didn't like of his experience doing the blog is that some chilean web site posted a headline about this comment a little bit outside of place, that this site wanted to make "news" from his jokes in the blog, Roitman even says that Nico is his friend and that he got it as the joke as it was and that that was his only intention.
I just have to say that I'm not surprised about this at all the chilean press is really something :retard:
I'm not surprised either. Reminds me of all the crap during Davis Cup.
It was so obviously a joke. My Spanish stinks, and even I got the joke.
Problem is that there are people in Chile that will read the Chilean web site and believe it without checking out the original.
Maybe it's my turn not to understand the joke, but seems to me that this is kind of dissing Nico for going to the market with Sergio? Hmmm....last year when Melzer was blogging from Casablanca, he also talked about going shopping and I didn't hear the Austrian press saying anything about it. Again though - maybe my spanish isn't good enough and they are just going along with the joke.
it's not that the press in austria doesn't write stupid things. the thing is just that people from austria and so the press is not really interested in their tennis players since muster isn't playing on the atp tour anymore.
the article says pretty much what Roitman wrote the "bad" part, like Roitman said, was that headline of "buscaba levantar su alicaida carrera esta mañana" wich means that he was trying to cheer up his career and the article even started saying that Nico had a funny way to prepare himself for this tournament ..... stupid people
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