I just realized how lucky I am. Every year I go to the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in August and collect tons of autographs. I have Andre's (He's the hardest to get), Andy x2 (easy), Scrichaphan (easy), Schalken x2, Blake, Vicente, Niemenin, Coria, Gonzalez, Todd Martin, the Rochus brothers, the Bryan Bros, Meligeni, Michael Chang, Nick Kiefer, Rusedski, Lapentti, Santoro, and Corretja x2 and Coria. The Corretja and Coria ones are the best stories. For Alex Corretja, I first got it when he was on a practice court mobbed by people and when he signed it, he wrote ALEX and underlined it. Later, I was strolling around and found him stretching on a bench, with no one near him!! Obviously without his racquets, many American casual fans didn't recognize him. I ran up to him asked him for his autograph but not before he said "Hello, how are you doing?" in a Spanish accent. He was appreciative that I recognized him. (at the time he was about #17 in the world) He signed the ball beautifully, unlike at the practice court, writing out his entire name and making it all swirly and neat. I thanked him very kindly and went off, but later got a picture with him. That's why I like Alex so much, besisdes the fact he's Catholic and a good guy. I got to see Coria play from about 3 feet away, no joke. This is at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic, and the guy was not even playing on the Grandstand vs. Fernando Gonzalez! I didn't even really know about Coria, I was there to watch Gonzalez is pound it, but Coria won out. I ran to him after he finished the Spanish interviews and got his autograph and a pic with him, it was awesome, and at the time he was like #85!!! Tell me about your guys autograph experiences. I also got pics with Meligeni (right after he beat Roddick), and O. Rochus.