Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by 5555, Jan 24, 2013.
LOL, good stuff.
When exactly did this happen?
loool is that ivanisivic?
his patient was leconte...
(the match was ivanisevic-cash vs leconte-forget)
... You beat me to it.
ROFL....I was just about to post a thread about it. Hilarious stuff.....:lol:. LeConte teaching the new generation of tennis jokeman.
this is why I like Djoker. He is light hearted and has a really funny side apart from playing tennis. He smiles or even applauds when opponent goes for a clean winner.
Some ****s describe this as slapstick though...how ....its beyond me
Only a few times it felt like that.....this one was a good one. Laughed when he came out with his suit.....
Sometimes ....yes. But I always liked his banter when when he encounters tricky questions.
fed is pretty witty, but Novak really really has a funny side. Some of his youtube videos from 2007/2008 are funny. His imitations are funny IMO (which some don't like). Fed ****s get worked up when they their idol getting mocked. But I personally enjoy it!
I'm sure if someone imitates Djoker, he would more than enjoy it rather than taking it seriously
Djokovic trying way too hard (and failing) to be funny. Nothing new to see here folks, keep moving.
It's moments like these where I like Djoker too, unfortunately he rips off his shirt acting like a bad@## when he wins, showing ZERO humility or class, which takes me right back to not liking him.
It's allowed to do it in matches lasting more than five hours...
he always applauds if opponent hits a good winner. He is more of a emotional person IMO. That doesn't mean he is classless like what some ****s make out to be.
He is what he is. He doesn't put up artificial smile like other players nor is too polite or diplomatic (not recently). this quality makes me like him more than anything.
I'd crack a dirty joke about that picture, but it would surely get me banned so I won't.
was this like a special event at the aussie or something? I don't remember it being televised.
No, James Blake always applauds an opponents winner, Djoker often smirks. And you're right, "he is what he is", and if you do what he does at the end of matches, you're classless. Do you think any player is truly sorry when a ball hits the net and then goes over, no, but they all apologize, sure it's fake, but that's called class, same thing with fake smiles, etc., everyone is emotional playing, but you have respect for your opponent.
Is it a opinion or an fact?
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