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Haas: Olli, do you feel like playing a tennis match?
Pocher: Not really.
Pocher: You´d better watch out! I lost my last match against a soccer coach. Against Frank Pagelsdorf from Hansa Rostock. In the tennis world, he isn´t a Boris Becker, but Benjamin Blümchen (in Germany a comic character (elephant) for kids). Like two oil tanks! Besides, you made two Croates look like fools last week with your Davis Cup win.
Haas: Okay, so we better stay in the bath tub.
Pocher: And now, we get to the important questions! What are you fond of women – breasts or bottom?
Haas: Bottom! A woman needs to have a bottom in the trousers. Both corporally and from the appereance.
Pocher: How do you get along with your Super-Sara?
Haas: Fantastic! As long as she doesn´t see me here with you in the bath tub. No, seriousely: It is going very well.
Pocher: Do you have sex before a match?
Haas: Yes, but not in the bath tub. And not with you!
Pocher: Do you do it immediately in the morning when you have to play?
Haas: No. I don´t have the time. You are too focused on tennis, too. But in the night before the match it can definitely happen. It isn´t culpable.
Pocher: That does mean that your girlfriend sleeps in your hotel room before a match?
Haas: Yes, of course. If she is here, she sleeps next to me. Sometimes on the left side, sometimes on the right side…
Haas: The thing with the left-right carries great weight with me. It is a kind of craze. Sometimes I have to sleep on the left, sometimes on the right side. It depends on the gut feeling in the evening. It sounds stupid, but it is like that!
Pocher: And if your girlfriend is already lying in bed on the right site and reading a book? Do you tell her to go on the other site if you want to sleep on the right site?!?
Haas: Exactely! The choice of the site is very important for me and my sleep, for some reason…
Pocher: Are there any other crazy things?
Haas: I´m not that nuts. Okay, there is the thing on the tennis court.
Haas: I flip out there almost regulary.
Pocher: But that does every ping-pong player.
Haas: Yes, but I offend my coach...
Pocher: That´s awesome! He shows you how to grip the holey baking-pan and if you are too stupid to beat some such panpipes player from Chile in the semi final of the Australian Open, you swear as thanks at your trusty master?
Haas: He knows how to catch it. He is Swede and due to the fact that I swear in english, he understand it. Only when I go really nuts, I swear in german. Then it is getting cruel!
Pocher: So that he doesn´t understand it? Good boy...
Haas: It is just inside me. Then I say words that have Duden-prohibition.
Pocher: The classy gentleman from Florida. Don´t let Mum know that...
Haas: She knows it anyway. And she laughs about it. It happens only in the heat of the moment.
Pocher: Living in the USA, do you have still much contact to you parents here?
Haas: Definitely! They are the most important for me. My father was close to die, so I can estimate it right. Tennis is my love, my job – but my family and friends are most important of all.
Pocher: Your father is a fellow of Ooarnieh Schwoortznägga, isn´t he?
Haas: If you are talking about Arnold Schwarzenegger, you´re right. They come both from Graz, went to school there. I visited Arnold once at home. With him, it is the same like with Boris Becker or Franz Beckenbauer: If such personalities enter an empty room, it is filled. THESE are real stars.
Pocher: Yes, Tommy! Now, you only want to hear that you are one, too...
Haas: Maybe I am famous. But I don´t want to be a star. The rage about a sportsman isn´t that fascinating for me. If I go in Germany out for a meal with friends, I prefer to sit in a quiet corner. Otherwise it is too uncomfortable torwards my friends.
Pocher: Meal? Where?
Haas: All over the place. Readily sometimes Fast Food, too!
Pocher: The tennis millionaire as epicure at McDonald’s?
Haas: You can´t beat a burger when you was just playing or practicing. I need this from time to time. Especially if you know that you are going to dissipate it the next day.
Pocher: You are talking like our gold handballer. Did you watch the world championships?
Haas: Of course! During the final I was sitting in front of the television. This was awesome. I don´t have enough beard to have a Heiner-Brand-beard, but I was engrossed in the match. I love being a patriot. Playing, screaming and winning for Germany is phenomenal! Just like the win last week together with the Davis Cup team.
Pocher: ...is saying the guy who fled to Florida...
Haas: Wait a moment. Amerika is just an advantage for me being a tennis player. The weather makes it almost always possible to practice under the open sky. Okay, the mentality proves me advantageous. You know, if you are driving a Porsche in the United States, the people cheer you. In Germany, they partially rather scratch your car. It is a pity. Lots of things are more easy-going in America. But honestly: If I arrive in Germany at the airport, I know: This is my home country!