Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by Leelord337, Jan 27, 2008.
What does scaring people and not being friendly in the locker room have to do with honesty?
Federer by a mile.
Nadal seems the most likeable and down-to-earth guy from this list.
Federer seems classy and a good ambassador for tennis but his purses and ridiculous jackets have really turned me off. When he is under pressure he also gets really bad-tempered and his whole gentleman-like facade falls off. I have never seen Nadal break a racquet, yet Roger has done so. Also in interviews he seems condescending towards his fellow tour players. One thing is to be the GOAT, but another thing is saying it yourself. I think praise should come from others and not from your own mouth.
Novak has been the bad guy at many occasions but there is a sort of sincerity in his evilness I kind of like. He also seems to have good humour and brings an interesting personality to the tour. What I don't like about him are his continuous stalling tactics and his lack of stamina that always costs him matches, but that has nothing to do with his person, rather with his physique.
I like them all off court (nadal and djok take too much time on court). Djokovic just seems to be the coolest in my books. Impressionist and telling the people at the us open how it is.
He lacks stamina because the dumbasses at the atp will allow a player to take cortizone (steriod) but not asthma (hardest word to spell) medication. Same thing with puerta, all those guys caught using a drug that enables them to breath (guess that would increase preformance, LOL) are clean in my books.
Federer = class
Djokovic = entertainer
Nadal = Two-face :twisted:
Met all three of them, and all three of them seem to be decent, friendly guys.
How do you know that Federer is the most honest of the bunch?
Which recent reports would these be?
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