Your favourite out of the ATP top ten?

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Your favourite out of the current top ten?

  1. FEDERER, Roger (SUI)

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  2. NADAL, Rafael (ESP)

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  3. NALBANDIAN, David (ARG)

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  4. LJUBICIC, Ivan (CRO)

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  5. DAVYDENKO, Nikolay (RUS)

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  6. BLAKE, James (USA)

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  7. ROBREDO, Tommy (ESP)

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  8. ANCIC, Mario (CRO)

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  9. STEPANEK, Radek (CZE)

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  10. BAGHDATIS, Marcos (CYP)

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  1. The Grand Slam

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    Which player out of the ATP singles top ten do you find the best and most enjoyable to watch player? Basically just who do you like overall out of all of them?

    I'm going to say Baghdatis. He's a young gun. To have played only 65 career matches (and win 38 of them) and be the tenth-ranked player in the men's circuit is amazing. His three huge upsets at the Aussie Open were astounding and well-played (especially coming from two sets to love down in the match against Nalbandian). I hope he becomes the world no. 1 in a few years' time! Go Baghdatis! :D
     
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    Edit, sorry read the post wrong, i thought you meant fav. player Out of, as in not in, the top 10.

    Yeah, i love Safin. He signed a prestige classic for me, and hes a really nice guy. its a shame that his knee is bumed, im hoping for him to really get back to where he belongs. Taht way he and nadal can take turns whipping fed!
     
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  3. The Grand Slam

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    Are you sure you posted in the right thread? ¬_¬
     
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    same mistake here, i thought you meant outside the topten not in the topten, well my choice is for Robredo
     
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  5. chrisak47

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    Here we go again...Thanks The_Grand_Slam...Good job you are going to start an onslaught of: "FEDERER OWNS ALL" and..."NADAL'S MUSCLES OWN FED"

    Anyways my pick would be...David Nalbandian...I love his consistancy. I would've also picked Lleyton Hewitt if he was still in the top 10.
     
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  6. brucie

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    Fed for sure hes an all rounder and a great champ/ guy.
     
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  7. ATXtennisaddict

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    I haven't seen David Nalbandian play much, I need to check his game out...seems a lot like how I play from what I have seen so far so I might want to model my game after his.

    But for now, it's Fed.
     
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  8. TacoBellBorderBowl1946

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    if Roddick was one spot up he would have my vote.

    -k-
     
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    Nalbandian is an excellent model for the cleaness of his groundstrokes, particularly the backhand. Plays a lot like Agassi, an attacking counterpuncher with a great return of serve. His biggest "flaw" is that he does not live and die to win tennis matches; he's got a life and interests outside the game.
     
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  10. zhan

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    rafael nadal hands down
     
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  11. Andres

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    Ljubicic - Nalbandian - Ancic, in that order ;)
     
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    I love watching black when he's one. that guy cranks everything, but when he's off man it's ugly. Federer the most overall though. that shotmaking is just a treat to see.
     
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  13. tpduke112

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    James Blake
     
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    ya that might be what id do, but i voted for james blake, hes awesome.
     
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    Blake edges out Robredo
     
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    I wanna vote for Coriaaaaaaaa... :cry:
     
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  17. croatian sensation

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    Can I say who do I hate most?? That would be Baghdatis. Out of top 1000.
     
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  18. superman1

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    Overall my favorite guy would have to be Blake, the #1 American. Federer obviously beats everyone else in terms of artistry and quality of play. And Baghdatis is probably the most fun guy to watch, but only when he's playing well.
     
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  19. unjugon

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    *Puts on flame coat*
    Davydenko














    Just kidding.
     
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  20. Max G.

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    I put Baghdatis - I've gotten caught up in the hype! ;)
     
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    A message to anyone in case of the above.

    Most of you should undoubtedly be mature enough not to contribute to these pointless arguments. If you want to troll, do it somewhere else — just not in this thread. Kthxbai.
     
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  22. Spindarella

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    James Blake is the man, on and off the court. Just a great guy.
     
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