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Old 01-23-2013, 04:19 PM   #164
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Originally Posted by xan View Post
so as soon as he started winning and being dominant you've began to dislike him.
funny because this forum is a proof you're not alone.
Nope, has nothing to do with him winning or losing. Like I said, it has a lot to do with the way he still carries himself - continuously trying to draw attention to himself and his over-the-top celebrations.

I accept those from a young and upcoming player who hasn't yet found out how to "behave", I don't appreciate those from a "mature" player who's already been at the top of the game for a couple of years and who should know better by now.

As an example: I used to dislike certain elements of Nadal's celebrations in his younger days as well. In contrary to Djokovic, however, he's been toning it down and carries himself as a very polite and respectful player nowadays. See the difference?
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