- Mar 10, 2007
Even Djokovic's dad looks like a ****.
I want to like him, I really do. And when he's not actually playing, I do like him. He's funny, intelligent; a nice guy.That and the cricket were two of the best finals of sport in ages.
I must be the only one who likes the Serb. He is one tough mofo. I dislike the wimbledon partisan privilege crowd immensely. He had balls of steel to get through that.
Nod to Federer, a gentleman and an amazing sportsman. To lose that graciously after such an epic battle speaks volumes of his character.
A hugely enjoyable final.
My take on Novak is that he’s the tennis version of Ronaldo. Incredible talent and one of the best the game has ever seen. He’s just a bit too desperate to be loved without realising that demanding love is a bad look. He lacks the natural warmth that Fed & Nadal both ooze but you can’t take anything away from his success.I must be the only one who likes the Serb. He is one tough mofo. I dislike the wimbledon partisan privilege crowd immensely. He had balls of steel to get through that.
That’s why Rafa’s my favourite, he has the best of both in terms of demeanour and personalityI get where you guys are coming from, but I find Federer incredibly monotone. Lifeless almost during his play. Dont get me wrong, it's a trait I also admire, many top athletes are like it when 'doing business'. But for me, as per Arnold's comments, I like Novak because he gets pissy when losing and is marginally more 'enotional'. That said, as proved today, its splitting hairs as they are both phenomenal players.
Just life really, to be honest mate. I barely have any money each week and I'm in the process of a career change so there are just other things that hold priority at the moment. Was starting to slip away from tennis with Sky not having the rights to show the Masters 1000's and such but I do have Amazon Prime and will probably make more of an effort to catch more tennis now. The French Open and Wimbledon have reignited my love for the sport.What's stopping you?
It's going to be interesting.Quick heads up that Murray is about to start his singles comeback with a tricky start against Gasguet.
Anybody with Amazon Prime can watch it live via Prime