Saturday, April 26, 2008

Anand and Kramnik Not Great Friends

Vishy Anand gives an interview to India's Daily News & Analysis. He tells the paper that he and Vladimir Kramnik "are not great friends". On his chances in the upcoming match, the Indian says:

I will try my best. I wish it was not this year after the tournament in Mexico last year. You are known to be a good tournament player and Kramnik is a good match player. It will be a match-play in the Unification match. So is that advantage Kramnik? That is a fact. Vladimir is a good match player. But I cannot brood over it and get worried about it. You should get on to the chair and get on with the business. I will give my best shot. Too much analysis will not take you anywhere.

Read more in DNA.

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