He's happy to be in London, together with the other guys, training. And the weather is very nice as well, something they're not used to in London
Asked about Wimbledon in its new Olympic guise, David thinks it's very strange. Also to see Wimbledon not working at its full capacity, with some parts of it shut off. But the courts are in a very good state. The colour (purple) is strange but it doesn't bother him, as that's simply down to the different rules and that it's a different event.
All the best players are going to be there, there are plenty of points at stake, and you're representing your country, something that everybody likes. It's a totally different kind of competition.
It's going to be very tough draw, like at a Masters event, with the 64-player field. You have to go match by match. Each round will be tough and you have to approach each day as if you're playing a final.
Asked about the opening ceremony, David says that those he saw in the past were spectacular. He doesn't know what's going to happen in this one but he thinks it's going to be great. As for special memories from the opening ceremonies he attended in the past, he says it's most of all getting together with all the other athletes that's special for him, especially at Beijing, where everybody was jumping around and singing.
This video was shot on Wednesday, David's first day at Wimbledon, ahead of yesterday's draw ceremony. And also ahead of David, finding out that he'll have to play both of his first-round matches tomorrow. Still, I can't imagine that he'll let this keep him from attending the opening ceremony tonight. And perhaps, with a bit of luck, we'll get to spot him when the Argentine athletes enter the stadium.
The opening ceremony starts at 9pm London time.