Venture into the unknown

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first_img(REOPENS DEL 31) (REOPENS DEL 31) Myneni, on his part, said that he wants to concentrate on playing singles right now. “Singles is still my priority as long my body permits. I love the offer that he gave me. I am still learning a lot both the on court and off court. it is a long way to go. So I would like to play singles and balance it up with doubles. I would like to move my singles ranking up so that I can play doubles also.” Talking about the the match yesterday, Paes said, “We had them in ropes in the first two sets, who knows what would have happened if we had won the second set…I am happy that I was able to lead and find a way against two champions. They are sharp and it was a great pleasure to play with Saketh.” Talking about Nadal, Paes said: “I have played him many times in Dubai and Miami. He is one of the greatest players, there is no weakness in his game but when you play a doubles match against singles player, you try to make him as uncomfortable as you can, if you can do that for long period you will win more points. “Today it shows what a champion he is, we got him uncomfortable right in the first set, breaking his serve in the second and right to the threshold of winning the second and yet he found a way out.” PTI ATK PM PMadvertisementlast_img read more