After practicing today at RG - he sounds happy!
From Radio Cooperativa:
After his first practice in the Parisian courts, the number two of Chile explained that the slowness of the dust of French brick is adapted to his tennis.
After the frustration to remain eliminated in the World Cup of Düsseldorf, the Chilean Fernando González (9º), Nicolas Massú (35º) and Paul Capdeville (124º), already they are in Paris to play Roland Garros and after his first practice in the French clay, the number two of national declared his conformism with the state of the courts.
"It is slower than other years, I believe that the balls are heavier, larger and I like, because when one plays in the lateral courts, that are more or less small, if there is sun, enough express train is done and suddenly aid to the players, but me they like, among more slow better", the viñamarino said to whom will debut in the tournament of the capital gala before the Belgian Xavier Malisse (37º).
Massú referred to the difference with the dust of brick that was found in Germany, which criticized enough, especially that of the Hockey Stadium of Düsseldorf, where the match with Croatia was disputed.
"I remember the year that we won in Düssledorf with cloudiness and we arrive here and in the first one set before a Yugoslav, I believe that (Janko) Tipsarevic felt me quite uncomfortable, me did not feel was, because was a quite abrupt change", explained Massú.
Relating to his moment tenístico, the Olympic champion showed his conformity.
"I am with confidence and I am playing well. If yesterday (Friday before Mario Ancic) had been the court a little better and had been clearer mentally, had played a higher level", explained.
The number two of Chile will debut probably this Monday in the most important tournament of clay. (Cooperative.cl)