I’d much rather have Delpo’s hair over Novak’s. Much more volume, slight wave, more styling options.
Novak Supercuts has thick hair, not 'nice' hair.
I agree, this kind of hair is much "prettier" than Novak's, same kind of hair Roger and Rafa had.Djoko has LEGO man hair
Delpo always had great anticipation which made him look much more quicker than he actually was.Yes, but you have to be able to get to the ball. At his age, with his knee injuries and the long layoff, seems like a tall order. Don't get me wrong, I hope he has a strong comeback. If anyone has the heart it's the "gentle" giant!
It very much depends on your complexion. Crow feet are more related to that than actual aging.I'm the same age as Del Potro and in two years I've aged, crows feat is appearing.
Mind you my Brother is 37 and he's going grey.
It seems that the hair issue is the most important in this thread. Surgery success confirmation is totally irrelevant.I agree, this kind of hair is much "prettier" than Novak's, same kind of hair Roger and Rafa had.
I was talking about hair in general, it seems like Djokovic will forever have that kind of hair, it'll only get gray in time, while Rafa will get bald unfortunately, Roger also, but later than Nadal.
I hope Del Potro has few more healthy years on tour, so we can watch over his hair, as well as his game, in the years to come.
Let's be honest, in the few years that he has been healthy, he has a lot more success than most on tour.Del Potro has the longest running downtime among the players who still haven’t given up about the idea of returning to the tour some day.
Everything you said above is fine.Let's be honest, in the few years that he has been healthy, he has a lot more success than most on tour.
2008 - Three titles
2009 - USO Final
2012 - Four titles, bronze medal (beating Nadal)
2013 - Wins over all of the big 3, Wimbledon SF
2016 - DC win, silver medal (beating Nadal and Djokovic)
2017 - SF USO (beat Federer), 1 title
2018 - Highest ranking (#3), IW + 1 title, SF RG, QF W, F USO
With 22 titles, and the most wins over the no. 1 player for a player who never reached no. 1, he's had more success than any of peers probably, and they didn't suffer such severe injuries from what I can tell.