What she said:
“And, yeah, it feels like you’re on an airplane.”
Christina Mchale compares her experience in a CVAC Pod to being on an aircraft. The pressurised egg has evoked intense curiosity in the press corps after Novak Djokovic attributed (and then denied) his success this year ,partly to his utilization of the technology that simulates altitude training.
The rest of the conversation:
Q. The pressurized air?
CHRISTINA McHALE: Uh huh.
Q. You did it the same place that Novak did it, the same house?
CHRISTINA McHALE: Yeah.
Q. How long were you in it?
CHRISTINA McHALE: I mean, it’s like little sessions. I don’t even remember, like seven minute sessions.
Q. When I get off an airplane I feel terrible.
CHRISTINA McHALE: I didn’t do it enough to be able to give you like an expert opinion on it. I don’t know.
What she really meant:
“I’ll just fly more often if that works. I have to, anyway.”
What she definitely didn’t:
“Now, I wonder if I can get CVAC to serve meals while I’m in there.”
What he said:
“Next season I’ll need a bullet-proof chest pad as Gayle is hitting them like a rocket.”
What he really meant:
“The way Gayle’s playing, I’m safer in the pod.”
What he definitely didn’t:
“If I get the bullet-proof chest guard, I’m touring Pakistan.”