>> Quite an interesting read. Loose summary:
>> Djokovic has the potential to battle Federer for the #1 rank in the future.
>> He could replace Nadal at #2 next year.
>> Djokovic, Murray have the best chances of getting to the top along with
>> Nadal had good doctors and his injuries do not worry Toni.
>> Indoor surfaces are terrible (for Nadal's game and health) and he is
>> amazed that the ATP hasn't done anything about getting rid of them.
> I don't think he mentions indoor surfaces, but he does complain about
> hard courts. Interestingly, he sounds a lot like Nadal himself when he
> gripes that instead of having fewer tournaments on these surfaces, the
> ATP is having more. I think that belies his claim about not being
> worried about Nadal's health, since his chief objection to hard courts
> is not that Nadal plays worse on them, but that they beat him up.
> Joe Ramirez
"superficies como las del Masters Series Madrid" could be interpreted as
a HC or a fast indoor surface, I suppose.
Since Nadal is heading to Paris after Madrid, I took it to mean indoor
"perjudica nuestro juego, pero tambin la salud" - damages our game and
health. Toni seems to think it hurts Nadal's game which has to mean that
Nadal plays worse on this surface (in comparison to the baseline of
clay, I am sure).
Nadal, when he had similar gripes, has mentioned Toni as his influence.
No surprises there. Nadal is very loyal.