Neymar said Zuniga called him the next day to say sorry but he stopped short of forgiving the Colombian for the challenge.
"I don't hate him. I don't hold a grudge," said Neymar. "But I don't feel anything.
"It's difficult to talk about a move that ended happening in such an important moment of my career.
"I won't say he came to injure me. I don't what was going on in his head but everyone who understands football can see that it wasn't a normal challenge."
Neymar left Brazil's training camp by helicopter on Saturday but returned to the mountain city of Teresopolis, near Rio, on Thursday ahead of Brazil's third-place play-off match against Netherlands on Saturday.
And he revealed he hopes Brazil's rivals Argentina beat Germany in Sunday's World Cup final for Barcelona team-mates Lionel Messi and Javier Mascherano.
On Messi he added: "He's won almost everything and I think he deserves to be champion and I am cheering for him to be champion.