Felix imitates Fed’s tactics with a Djokovic body; the dark side and the force unit under one black teenager’s high top fade
I haven't seen him much. Maybe you're right but he is definitely grunty when I've watched him.Well I agree that Nadal's grunts should never have been allowed, but that's another story entirely.
I've watched Felix play quite a number of matches now and I rarely hear a peep out of him.
And I am extremely noise-sensitive!
Then you should admire Borg. He has the best from both worlds. He has precision and skills for a grass game and fighting and mental spirit for a clay game.Whoever can play on clay and be the new Roland Garros champion, I admire guys that have the fight and skills of a clay court player. Hopefully one of the new guys, but I may be waiting a long time for the next king of clay
I think FAA is the first of the new generation. They have a different attitude, personality, desire, motivation. They are made of harder stuff. The wimpy Millennials are a lost generation, and not just in Tennis.NONE of these young players have displayed the focus, drive, and desire of the last wave of players to emerge in the age of the Big Three.
I’ve been reading posts here for five years about the changing of the guard and I seen no indication that anyone from the last generation is going anywhere or that any of these NextGen “stars” are going to take the reigns and ride to the top of the rankings.
Lots of hat but no cattle.
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You only need to choose if you can't be bothered to watch tennis if you don't strongly root for someone. If you will follow tennis anyway after Djokovic, just wait, someone will capture your imagination eventually.The changing of the guard is coming soon and the young players are really making strides. The pressure to pick a new favorite is starting to get to me because eventually we will probably only have 1 favorite player and I don't want to pick the wrong guy. Right now I like most of the young guys and want them to do well for the future of tennis but the guys I find myself supporting the most are Shapo, Coric, and FAA. I used to think I might be a Tsitsipas fan but I'm off that bandwagon now because he's had some questionable actions. I started watching tennis in 07 and have been a Djokovic fan for all my tennis watching career and having a new favorite is weird to me. How should I manage this and when do I have to chose by?
Borg retired at 26 with how many Grand Slams?Then you should admire Borg. He has the best from both worlds. He has precision and skills for a grass game and fighting and mental spirit for a clay game.
How could Nole EVER capture anyone's imagination? He's the most boring and robotic player ever, for all his 'skills'.You only need to choose if you can't be bothered to watch tennis if you don't strongly root for someone. If you will follow tennis anyway after Djokovic, just wait, someone will capture your imagination eventually.
I agree, no surprise. All i see is alot of nitpicking over some heat of the moment emotional reactions. I think for the most part all these next gen players seem hard working and like good people, they did have to work extremely hard to get where they are anywayPeople will always find something to dislike somebody. They will even find something to dislike the perfect creature, so go figure.