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Tennis Panorama :
The ATP players held a meeting on Saturday which led to talks of a possible work action for the second time. Various players were asked questions about the meeting during post match interviews during the first two days of the Australian Open:
Rafael Nadal on January 15, 2012
Q. Did you have to say at the meeting last night, Sorry, guys, I’m not going to be the one leading this? At the US Open you were identified as someone who took the initiative.
RAFAEL NADAL: Nothing of strikes. I never take any initiative. I never say anything about strike. I never did.
Q. Last night did you have to say to the guys, I’m not going to be the public face?
RAFAEL NADAL: No. I gived to the rest of the tennis player, like another guys did, my opinion, and that’s it.
Q. Were you happy with what was discussed and what was decided at the meeting?
RAFAEL NADAL: I don’t know what’s decided.
Q. Were you happy with the way the discussion went and what people were saying?
RAFAEL NADAL: I s
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