A bit of footage of David, training for and talking about the exhibition matches you can watch here.
He hopes those events are going to be a big party, it's spectacular that he gets to play his farewell matches against Nadal but he doesn't see himself coaching another player or becoming Davis Cup captain anywhere in the near future.
More training footage (14/11):
Though there's still nothing to be heard about any such plans from David or his camp. Even if he has given a couple of interviews lately, for Argentine tennis magazine Revista Grip and another TV interview on the channel Telefe. And I think it's safe to say that he seems very relaxed, much more so than used to be the case when doing interviews.
Apart from that David also agreed to another email Q&A, in English this time. You can read it here.
In any case, the court for the event at La Rural in Buenos Aires will be laid on Friday and from Monday on David could take up training there (source).
And finally, here's another round of photos.
This time it's all about varying degrees of grumpiness...
This one may take a second to get.
There were not many matches where David wholeheartedly agreed with the officiating.
Though sometimes he was right. US Open semifinal 2003.
Exho matches as well can sometimes drive you nuts... Kooyong 2004.
A little grumpy moment.
Levitating racquets - a hidden talent.
And last but not least, the classic moment to say to yourself "oh, no!". (Or other things.)
(All photos by Getty Images)