Djokovic congratulatory post to Nadal

Beckerserve

Legend
Yeah nice from Nole. Rafa always sending congratulatory tweets to Djokovic as well whenever Djokovic wins big titles, or reaching new record milestones. Very nice from both of them... (y)
Noticed also both camps clapping the other. Clearly nowadays massive respect between them and a bond forged by 15 years of titanic matches.
Together they do appear to be ensuring Next Gen are stopped.
 

ChaelAZ

G.O.A.T.
"Maybe I can go all the way French Open but it’s a long shot: Djokovic after defeat to Nadal in Rome."
 

RelentlessAttack

Hall of Fame
Novak is the guy who goes on reddit, speaks his mind, and gets downvoted into oblivion for saying the truth.
Novak is the guy who goes on bodybuilding.com and tells you that macros and progressive overload are alien hoaxes and that gluten free diets and Bosnian energy pyramids are the key to getting swole. Then he claims to be natty before getting negged into oblivion
 

SonnyT

Hall of Fame
Always gracious and grateful, win or lose! If he had lost any of the 3 Wimbledon finals to Federer, there'd no question that he'd have been extremely gracious to Federer, and even happy for him!

If he's supposed to be some kind of monster to some people, so be it!
 

Forehanderer

Professional
Always gracious and grateful, win or lose! If he had lost any of the 3 Wimbledon finals to Federer, there'd no question that he'd have been extremely gracious to Federer, and even happy for him!

If he's supposed to be some kind of monster to some people, so be it!
Are you sure its always? Checking out when the opponent is winning is no sign of graciousness. He wouldn't bad mouth Fedal at this point in his career as he shares history with these two. He has also has matured a lot. That helps. I wouldn't take twitter write ups too seriously.
 

Devtennis01

Legend
Always gracious and grateful, win or lose! If he had lost any of the 3 Wimbledon finals to Federer, there'd no question that he'd have been extremely gracious to Federer, and even happy for him!

If he's supposed to be some kind of monster to some people, so be it!
Do people really think he's a monster or does he just get some criticism for behaving like a bit of a doofus now and then?
 

SonnyT

Hall of Fame
Are you sure its always? Checking out when the opponent is winning is no sign of graciousness. He wouldn't bad mouth Fedal at this point in his career as he shares history with these two. He has also has matured a lot. That helps. I wouldn't take twitter write ups too seriously.
He's more likely to applaud opponents' great shots than anyone else. Instantaneously right when they happen, without any precognition or hesitancy!

He's the least likely to sulk when coming to the net after a difficult loss!
 

Forehanderer

Professional
He's more likely to applaud opponents' great shots than anyone else. Instantaneously right when they happen, without any precognition or hesitancy!

He's the least likely to sulk when coming to the net after a difficult loss!
He doesn't applaud opponents' shots when he is getting outplayed like he was in the last FO. Its much easier to do that when you are the one bossing others around. Anyway even if its genuine, some people applaud others don't.
The loser always is a bit down after the loss. If you call that sulking, I don't know what to say to you. Retiring when you're being outplayed is considered a display of poor sportsmanship. No two ways about it. Even you didn't post anything about it
 
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