Favourtie ATP top 10 player?

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  1. Cesc Fabregas

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    The other thread was a good one.

    My two favourite top 10 players are Rafa and Novak can't split them but I would just edge Nadal.
     
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  2. oneguy21

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    Federer.....not a ******* though because I have equal respect for both him and Nadal.
     
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  3. deltox

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    in the Minority i know, but im not a bandwagon chaser,

    Roddick here!

    Wish a tie for second between Isner and Davydanko
     
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  4. sliderman365

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    monfils and simon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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  5. jimwh

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    Federer and Roddick
     
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  6. kimbahpnam

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    i think people would laugh if i said Blake....so i'll say Nadal...lol...
     
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    i wouldnt laugh, id have great respect for you sticking with your guns.
     
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  8. veroniquem

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    Nadal and Murray.
     
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  9. batz

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    Murray and Nadal:) Roddick too if I'm allowed a third.
     
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  10. Cesc Fabregas

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    Wheres the love for Djoker?
     
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  12. batz

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    You know what Cesc, I used to like the Djoker, even in the days when he was beating Murray like a drum. But the quitting stuff and his USO shenanigans last year really brought him down in my estimations. That's not to say I dislike the guy; I'd be happy to see him back to his old form.
     
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  13. Cesc Fabregas

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    I like his personality even if he is a bit miserable these days love his game though great to watch.
     
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  14. Lotto

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    Roger Federer. Always has been, is and always will be.
     
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  15. batz

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    His mood and his game seem strongly linked. There's no doubt he looks a lot less happy on court these days comparedto a year ago. I was shocked by his demeanour agaisnt roddick at IW - his mojo is well and truly lost at the minute.

    A good run in Miami could see him get it back though.
     
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  16. veroniquem

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    I love watching trophy ceremonies involving those 2 players. They seem to really like each other, it's heartening! (I hope there are a lot more coming :))
     
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  17. batz

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    They've know each other since they were young boys. Murray says it was when he was told by Rafa that he was hitting regularly with Moya that he realised he had to leave Scotland. He apparently phoned his Mum from the tournament him and Rafa were at to tell her that it wasn't fair - Rafa was getting to hit with Moya while he had to make do with his brother and his Mum:)
     
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  18. MarrratSafin

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    Roddick without a doubt.
     
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    That's a funny story! Thanks for sharing.
     
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  20. Casey10s

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    Definitely Roddick!
     
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  21. VivalaVida

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    Man I cant choose. Nadal and Federer are at the top probably. I am rooting for federer nowadays because he isnt winning anything. I used to root for Nadal and other guys during 2006 and 2007 when federer was winning everything. Djokovic, Roddick, and Murray are neat too. As I said I cant decide. To many good player!
     
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  22. miniRafa386

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    1) nadal
    2) federer
    3) (tied) monfils and verdasco
     
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  23. himynameisNIKE

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    uhh my favorite are monfils and nadal
     
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  24. norbac

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    Roddick, Murray and Monfils are my faves.
     
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    i'm probably alone on this but Del Potro, now and forever.

    And if Nalbandian was in the top 10, then they would be tied. I love Argentians lol
     
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  26. NotSoSuper

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    Monfils is so much fun to watch, and brings an incredible energy to the court. Its hard not to love the guy.

    Safin, where have you gone?
     
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    James Blake
     
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  28. Sovereignty

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    I would have to say that watching Federer and Nadal so many times has put them in my top two. Just watching some of their matches can make it so remarkable. I remember waking up to go to school during the last Australian open, and watching them play it out. My hear was actually going watching some of their points. Its pretty cool to watch these two players in our tennis world.
     
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    I think we're extremely lucky at the moment with the diversity of talent and characters in the top 10 in Men's tennis. It has gotten better and improved to an almost all time high, at least for me.
     
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  30. King of Aces

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    Nadal, Santoro, Roddick, Tsonga
     
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  31. Luminous

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    Personally I'd Say Nadal and Federer
     
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    yep monfils, and federer, for me.

    monfils is great, he improvises his way through matches so wildly, never sure what's gonna happen. like safin, except, you know, for tennis reasons.
     
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