Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Dinara Safina on Marat – “When you talk to me, I drink your words”

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Awesome piece on Dinara Safina.

Five years ago the French newspaper L'Equipe asked Marat Safin to interview his sister. For his final question he asked her what she thought of him:
“You're my God. When you play, I love watching you. When you lose, I'm even sadder than when I lose. When you're hurt, I suffer. When you talk to me, I drink your words. When you come to see me playing, I'm beside myself with joy. I hate hearing or reading something bad about you. I know you are hard-working and that you do everything you can to be No 1. For me, you have the biggest talent of any player and I don't have half of your talent. The only thing I have more of than you is that I like working more than you do, I could be doing only this for 24 hours a day, and I know that's not so with you. In any case, if you don't practise for three days, you're still as strong. If I miss one practice, I regress and I'm unhappy. It makes me cry, just like when I went to school and had bad marks. I want to do everything perfectly."

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