Looks like he's too beautiful for drug tests....I thought the general consensus on here was this guy, and he didn’t even make the poll?
Numbers of drug tests* per player in 2018-2020
(Source: Tennis Anti-Doping Programme summary, available on ITF website)
* figures only include tests carried out on international level, players may also be tested domestically by national anti-doping authorities
64 Bautista Agut, Kukushkin
63 Nishikori, Thiem
61 Nadal, Ramos-Vinolas
58 Carreno Busta, Querrey
57 Basilashvili, Djere, Djokovic, Rublev, J.Sousa
56 Coric, Federer, Khachanov, F.Lopez, Medvedev, Simon, Tsitsipas
55 Gasquet, Johnson, Wawrinka
52 Dzumhur, Fucsovics, Herbert, L.Mayer
51 Gojowczyk, Verdasco
49 Cilic, De Minaur, Dimitrov, Mannarino, Monfils, Pella, Tsonga
48 Goffin, Schwartzman, Shapovalov, A.Zverev
47 Bedene, Pouille, Seppi
46 Anderson, Paire
45 Edmund, Fognini, Kohlschreiber
43 Copil, Milllman, M.Zverev
42 Berdych, Fritz, Jaziri, Sandgren
41 Chardy, Marterer, Munar
40 Istomin, Karlovic, J.Murray, Thompson
Some other notable players:
39 Kyrgios, Sock
34 Berrettini, Del Potro, Garin, Raonic
Yes i agree, Mandlikova had moments when she was a bit like this also but not close.In absolute terms it has to be Goolagong: she was floating in the air. I never quite understood how she changes directions without actually looking like she is stopping. It was like watching a perpetuum mobile. Also, her shots looked absolutely effortless: like she was "putting" the ball in the air and not hitting it through it.
All of Guga's shots were rather ugly. Loved to see him play, though.How is this even a question? The pro's themselves (ATP and WTA) largely acknowledge that Fed has the most aesthetic game style ever!
(Amongst the NextGen, I'd give the self styled "Greek God" an honourable mention. Amongst the old timers, gotta include Guga.)
I can see how his strokes and movement could appear ungainly to some, but his clay court game style had exceptional aesthetic appeal. In an era where back court grinding with neverending moon ball rallies on the dirt was the norm, his attacking flair, firing for sharply angled winners and finishing points at net made for great entertainment at the otherwise annual RG borefest.All of Guga's shots were rather ugly. Loved to see him play, though.