In an interview to La Nacion Guido Pella was asked who he prefers between Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic. The Argentinean player said: "They are unique. But I think that if you say Federer, it's the same as tennis, so I think I put Roger a bit more on the top."
Asked about one thing he would like to improve on, Pella replied: "The less patience I have. And the anxiety. There days where I am doing well and others where I am doing very bad. I should be more consistent many times."
What is he afraid of? "The only thing that gives me fear is the death. All the rest, you handle it. But knowing that it ends, makes me sad." Asked if travelling makes him tired, Pella replied: "Yeah, they make me tired.
I suffer travelling in the air plane, when it moves I am afraid, but going to the airport three hours before makes me doing bad, you never know the airline you travel with." Asked what advice he would give his son if he wants to start playing tennis, Pella replied: "I will not put him a racket on the hand like they did with me.
We will see if there are the right conditions: if he is bad, better. If he is good, I would hire the best coach I know and I would support him and not get involved with his career."