I Dedicate My Victory In the Superfinal to My Wife Svetlana!

Время публикации: 15.08.2012 22:16 | Последнее обновление: 15.08.2012 22:16

Unfortunately my wife could not attend the Superfinal in Moscow. She had too much things to do and to care about at home. Svetlana did everything alone without my help and gave me the chance to participate in such an important tournament.

I would like to thank her for such precious support. I know that only she and my parents were my most devoted fans. The difference between them however is that Sveta spent 2-3 hours with me on skype every day and that by all means helped me to win the tournament.

By all means I dedicate my victory to my beloved wife. Thanks to my parents and all the dear people who supported me. I could do nothing without you. Thank you a lot!


  


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