i assume u think even less of serena williams?Grimjack said:People loved Hewitt's "infectious enthusiasm" too...for a few years. Then it just got tiresome. Give this kid a break. Right now, it's fair to write this off as youthful exuberance. He's 18, playing the best player in the world, and beating him in the finals of a bigtime tournament (with a chance to WIN his first bigtime tournament).
If, three years from now, he's a seasoned vet fist-pumping over net balls from journeymen, then we can call him Hewitt Jr. For now, I'm willing to give him a pass. If I were in his shoes today, I'd be throwing a small party each time I won a point.
''He has a fighting spirit you don't see so often in kids his age,'' Bjorkman said. 'He is fist-pumping after the first point, and is ready to grind every match. I would like all the kids back home to watch him, and I would tell them, `This is how to get to the top.' ''
VamosRafa said:I think the difference is that Nadal is generally well liked on Tour. He's very good friends with all the Spanish players, and is considered to be a very nice guy off court. Roger said that today. He does get himself pumped up, and that's a positive thing. Look at what Jonas Bjorkman said yesterday:
So it depends upon how you look at it.