And it looks like he had a pretty good time.
Meanwhile back in Paris, after his four-set victory over Adrian Ungur yesterday, Roger Federer talked to the Argentine media, in the wake of confirming his visit to Buenos Aires in December. During that visit, he'll play an exhibition match against Delpo. But when it comes to the question of who's the best Argentine player he has played against, Federer has his own preferences.
It's probably going to be between Nalbandian and Del Potro, I guess. And Coria was great but Nalbandian is still playing and Del Potro obviously won a Grand Slam. But I always admire Nalbandian's game, just his accuracy on the shots. That he was able to put it wherever he wanted. On any given day he could really beat you easily, [on] any surface. I think he's one of the only [few] players to make semis at all the four Grand Slams and then obviously we had that mega match in Shanghai, when he beat me 7-6 in the fifth. And we went through juniors, I lost to him at the US Open juniors, I beat him then in the semis at the Orange Bowl, getting to world number one. So I have a soft spot for Nalbandian's game, just because I've seen so much of it, and time and time again he impressed me.Finally, in case some of you haven't seen it yet (Mira linked it in the comments - thanks!):
(Transcribed from an audio clip by Fue Buena.)
A different kind of interview with David...