I was able to get a basic translation/description of the article:
Safina says: 'this doctor had nothing to do with the academy in Valencia.' then she says basically there was only one clinic in Valencia where athletes could go to have tests before the start of the season and at the end. She says they went to this place once to do some running on the running track and have blood taken from their ears. She says this information was useful for their personal trainers to inform essentially their levels of fitness and the weights or loads they should take in their training.
The final quotes say: "Del Moral gave us no advice whatsoever and had nothing do with us (literally did not lead us/ had nothing to do with our affairs).
The final question asks what she felt when she heard about his connection with the Armstrong business and she says: "it doesn't worry me at all - I'm clean. I can only speak/answer for myself and nothing else concerns me / is anything to do with me."
The blog Drop Shot Dispatch has also posted a translation of the article.
Taking Safina's words at face value raises some interesting points:
1. We know that Dr. del Moral did have a "relationship" with the TenisVal Academy, starting as early as 2006: Spanish Article (Google Translation)
2. We know that in 2007, Safina with her trainer, Miguel Maeso, collaborated on a "recovery" program with Dr. del Moral: Spanish Article (Google Translation)
3. From Safina's comments, it appears that Dr. del Moral's clinic was conducting blood analysis (and other tests) for athletes.
4. Is it credible to say that Dr. del Moral's clinic was the only place in all of Valencia (which has a population of about 800,000) for athletes to go for tests?
The plot thickens.