Stan doesn't hold back about Kyrgios in interview

britam25

Hall of Fame
yes, Stan ain't on Fedalovic level yet.
No, that doesn't mean he can't take a 19 year old punk - who's yet to win his first ATP 250 title - to school for pulling a Rafa.

See, it ain't that hard to refute your arguments, because your ain't half as smart as you think you are, but you're waaaay to biased to see that ;-) ;-)
Sure you right.:wink:
 

DaveSmith

New User
I don't understand what the big deal is. A player is not going to give his opponent a mental advantage by showing weakness or talking about an illness or injury.
And your health can get worse over night (fever etc.)

I don't like either of them. Stan is a fair player and minds his own game but he can be an annoying diva when he gets upset over rather trivial things. It's all part of the professional game.
 

DaveSmith

New User
Actually, I'd rather get an honest answer from players than the usual lets-act-modest nonsense. Oh he played unbelievable....no no I broke my leg last month but it was not
an issue today I was jumping around like a rabbit he was the better man.

Try playing tennis on the tour 11 months a year......
 

Big_Dangerous

Talk Tennis Guru
Actually, I'd rather get an honest answer from players than the usual lets-act-modest nonsense. Oh he played unbelievable....no no I broke my leg last month but it was not
an issue today I was jumping around like a rabbit he was the better man.

Try playing tennis on the tour 11 months a year......
If you're one of the top 10-20 players it can be a pretty awesome job. You get to travel to some really nice places, make a ton of money, and play a sport you love.
 
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