Apart from that David talked about how much of a pleasure it is for him to have "Rafa, Nole and Pico" at his farewell match, that he's satisfied with what he has achieved in his career, that he no longer thinks so very much about the Davis Cup and that he isn't planning to become captain anywhere in the near future.
- And no longer responsible for Davis Cup drama. He read the letter, as it was all over the Argentine press, and he finds it "regrettable" that Delpo won't play in the first round. But other than that these things are "between him [Delpo], the AAT, the captain and the players" and they "don't really concern" him anymore.
And it'll stay that way - David also made it clear that there is "no chance" that he might still play another Davis Cup doubles, as for him that chapter is closed.
After that it was on to Santiago de Chile and the second press conference of the day, though this time together with Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Nicolas Massu:
Where they all had a pretty good time, it seems. David praised Nicolas Massu's "fighting spirit and guts" and called them his "legacy". He also joked around a bit with Novak Djokovic and helpfully reminded Rafa that he didn't have to speak English (at 1:21, a nice little moment).
And then, last but not least, they all took part in a tennis clinic for children:
So today, it's David and Nicolas Massu and then Nadal and Djokovic at the Movistar Arena in Santiago de Chile. More about that (including, hopefully, streams) later today, ahead of the event.