He added: "We like it when little Swiss guys make a move on the big worldwide stage".
"Thank you very much to Feli and the rest of the team".
Pique has been questioned for travelling to Madrid each day to attend the first edition of the tournament his Kosmos company has transformed, with newspaper Sport saying his role as figurehead was incompatible with his job as a Barca player.
"As I run around the whole time and I use them for running but then of course I also may explore the idea of a tennis shoe, we will see what is going to happen there". The issue of the schedules must be retouched.
After a see-saw match of high drama, the Russians came out 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (10/8) winners and face Canada, quarter-final victors over Australia, in Saturday's semi-finals.
Issues such as the app and the website, which were full of mistakes and often did not work, should be easily fixed.
Roger Federer is not called GOAT for no reason.
The elephant in the room, however, has been the new-fangled ATP Cup starting in six weeks, which will involve 24 nations playing over three Australian cities just before the start of the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Pique and the ITF would like the Davis Cup to be held in September, but that slot has been claimed by Federer's very successful Laver Cup, and the two men have been involved in a rather unnecessary war of words through the media.
In the process, they also created an unprecedented event in tennis with 42,517 people packed into the specially-erected arena in the Plaza de Toros in Mexico for what was dubbed 'The Greatest Match.' The attendance record has not been ratified by the International Tennis Federation as it was not an official game.
"I had a good singles match, but the doubles came down to a few balls because the game was very close", Nadal said.
Maximo Gonzales and Leonardo Mayer, given incredible support by a battalion of raucous Argentine fans who sung their hearts out in La Caja Magica, were threatening to dump the hosts out when they hit back to take Nadal and Gronollers to a deciding set shootout.
"They have, or he has the Laver Cup and, obviously, it's his baby, his competition, and he wants to protect it and obviously to create as big as possible this exhibition". And I totally understand. "So we have to keep talking about it". Chris Kermode, chief executive and chairman of the ATP, was ousted, and one of his roles will be filled next year by Andrea Gaudenzi, a former pro player from Italy.
"Now there will be some changes, so we are expecting that we can sit down again", he said. "So we will decide in the next months".