Pressure brings out the best in me. It's the only way to keep improving: putting a bit of pressure on yourself.
You can decide at 17 that you want to be a professional player. In Argentina, they start very young. They go to school in the morning and then do polo in the afternoon.
I don't care what other people say. The important pressure, you put on yourself. The pressure that others put on you? I ignore it.
I always want more glory. Always.
Intuition is what makes the best players.
The best decisions are taken quickly and well. You can prepare yourself, have all aspects of the game thought through, but the one who shines on the pitch is the one with intuition.
I am no David Beckham. I have not changed my life since I was 15 years old. My family is the only thing that has changed for me.
I just play, that's all. When I'm in the field, I always connect with what I'm doing. I can't explain it. I can't control it. It just happens.
In Argentina, you do what your father does. If your father plays football, you play football. If your father plays polo, you play polo.
In polo, you jump on a horse and you play. To play tennis, you have to train every day. It's your legs that do all the work. In polo, it's the horses' legs.
Without good horses, you are nothing. In polo, it's 70 per cent horse, 30 per cent rider. And I have the best horses.
I will never be a millionaire, and I don't want to be.