Marat Safin - Quotes

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I've had good times and bad times. That's me. That's how I am. ---->>>

If you're losing, just be a man; be a man and lose as a man. ---->>>

I've lived my life the way I wanted to, whether scaling the mountains, partying long into the night or having fun playing soccer. ---->>>

If I was the type of person who had tennis, tennis, tennis all the time and I went to bed and ended up dreaming about tennis, I would go nuts. ---->>>

I could be the best looking guy in the Duma, but that's only because all the other guys are over 60. ---->>>

I could pose in fashion commercials as a high society star but politics is a new way of life. ---->>>

All in all, I think Kazan is Russia's sportiest city after Moscow, leaving all the others far behind. ---->>>

I didn't change the world. ---->>>

I'm not a materialistic person. ---->>>

I'm not fighting with myself. ---->>>

Probably I'll not be so successful if I will keep everything in myself inside of me. ---->>>

We live because of the dreams. ---->>>

It's too many questions about what I'm going to do, why I'm retiring, and this and that. So I answer the same question, I don't know, a thousand times. ---->>>

I definitely want to get out of tennis and try something completely different. ---->>>

I give up on spending time on these courts; I give up on practicing before the tournament I hate. I hate this. ---->>>

I think it's difficult to be No. 1. 'There's too much attention, too much expectation from other people. ---->>>

You cannot change me; this is the way I am. ---->>>

I think as a guy you need a little bit to be on your own from early on, to start to live your own life, and try to understand what is going on around you, you have to be able to survive. ---->>>

It was really impossible to break through in Russia. We couldn't buy any balls. We really didn't have any courts, no rackets, nothing. And no people to practice with. ---->>>

I'm different than another person who wants to lay back and do nothing for rest of the life and talk nonsense on ESPN... I will not do that. I want to achieve something else. ---->>>

I've realized I can't waste any moment being unhappy. ---->>>

I love tennis, but I just don't like grass. ---->>>

Five sets is a kind of lottery. Anything can happen. ---->>>

There's a lot of things in life that we don't know why they're coming exactly at this moment. ---->>>

I can improve it a little bit. But it's my head, it's the way I am. So at the end of the day, I will be who I am and I will win how much I can win. ---->>>

I have no regrets. ---->>>

I just want to make everyone happy. ---->>>

It is very hard for me to switch from clay to grass. ---->>>

My mother said I would have more chances to become a tennis player than a football player. ---->>>

No matter what happens, tennis is still tennis: You can see a lot of great matches, a lot of new people. ---->>>

One of the most important things, actually, when you're playing on grass, is to move. ---->>>

You can find flaws in Agassi and Sampras, but Federer has none. ---->>>

You cannot take all the chances you get. ---->>>

You have to wake up and you have to run if you want to survive. ---->>>

I've had a lot of luck. If I didn't I'd be washing bottles in Russia. ---->>>

You're playing or you're not playing. If you're playing, so just shut up and play. ---->>>

Everybody is smarter from outside of the court. ---->>>

I achieved what I want to achieve and I want to continue doing something else. ---->>>

I am not a player. ---->>>

Whenever I am losing, it's like, 'It's his fault'. And whenever I'm winning it's like, 'That's us'. That's the team, the people. ---->>>

But when I'm losing a few matches, suddenly 'It's his fault', 'He doesn't want to practice', 'He doesn't need it', 'He doesn't care'. And when everything goes well, there are people coming behind the stone, saying, 'Oh, my God, he's back finally, and I was there to help him out'. ---->>>

I could go and make commercials left and right and pretend like I am a celebrity, but that is not me. ---->>>

I don't care about losses anymore. ---->>>

I enjoy my life. ---->>>

I hate competition. ---->>>

I try to do my best to have fun off the court. ---->>>

I was making comebacks every single year. That makes it difficult mentally. It causes a lot of stress. ---->>>

I was very competitive. I hated losing. No matter what, I had to win. ---->>>

I wish I could have won a lot more tournaments, but I got injured every time I played well. ---->>>

Me, I don't need money. ---->>>

New York is a fantastic city. ---->>>

There is no such thing as a perfect player; it doesn't exist. ---->>>

There wasn't a rich father or rich family that paid for everything that I have right now, so I worked my way. ---->>>

I pass through the difficult moments in life, really difficult times on grass, during my seven years of my career. All of a sudden I felt comfortable. ---->>>

It's a pity that the tennis is really going down the drain. Every year it's getting worse and worse and worse. There has to be a radical change, and I hope it will be really soon.

It's a pity that the tennis is really going down the drain. Every year it's getting worse and worse and worse. There has to be a radical change, and I hope it will be really soon.

Biography

Nationality: Russian
Born: 01-27, 1980
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Occupation: Athlete
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Marat Mubinovich Safin (Russian: Мара́т Муби́нович Са́фин; IPA: [mɐˈrat mʊˈbʲinəvʲɪtɕ ˈsafʲɪn], Tatar: Марат Мөбин улы Сафин Marat Möbin uğlı Safin; born 27 January 1980) is a Russian politician and retired professional tennis player. He first achieved the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) world No (wikipedia)