Who got to be the strongest opponent both among the teams and the players you had to face on the professional scene?
Daniil "Zeus" Teslenko: That was fnatic team. The whole year we couldn't overplay them. It's difficult to point out the player, as they're all strong, though JW's style made me anxious. He's aggressive, often did something unpredictable, even silly, but that was what disturbed us from building a team play. Let's take ESL ESEA Pro League Season 2 Finals as an example, there we played with fnatic in the finals and lost in BO5 on the decisive Cobblestone map.
Rustem "mou" Telepov: Most likely fnatic of 2015. When you play against this team you got to play individually stronger, otherwise they'll smash you. Talking about the players, it is flusha as he is the king of timings.
Dauren "AdreN" Kystaubayev: The only team, popping out in my brain, is Team3D. We played with them in the finals in Singapore, they were serious and prepared just for everything. And method seemed especially impressive.
Abay "HObbit" Khassenov: The most serious opponents for me were the guys, who used to play in fnatic, JW and flusha. I wanted for a long time to try out their skillfulness and overplay them of course.
Mikhail "Dosia" Stolyarov: fnatic was a serious opponent for me. They were always extraordinary and able to surprise, even in the situations when you think you can do nothing. As for the players, GeT_RiGhT probably. Playing against him I felt uncomfortable. You may know that he's about to come from behind but his intuition allows to appear unexpectedly regardless.