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None of the above. I like different players for different reasons. The most common thread appears to be that they are mostly old and near retirement.

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Type 8: Tennis fan of all forms.. Whoever appeals to me style wise and personality... I like Tsonga and Federer for totally different reasons... I also really liked Nadal when he went sleeveless.. Style on court appeals to me in a totally non gay way.
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Type 8: Tennis fan of all forms.. Whoever appeals to me style wise and personality... I like Tsonga and Federer for totally different reasons... I also really liked Nadal when he went sleeveless.. Style on court appeals to me in a totally non gay way.
LOL. Sleeveless shirts on certain players also appeal to me in a VERY non gay way, because I'm a chick
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Lol nohomo??? Get out.
Too bad Murray has no style, or a good personality and has to get by with a pretender's game

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LOL. Sleeveless shirts on certain players also appeal to me in a VERY non gay way, because I'm a chick
Haha I probably didn't say that the way I wanted to but I understand what you mean

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1, 2 and 5 are basically grouped together in the age old debate between offensive vs. defensive tennis. 6 is basically Trollgsquet. 3 is really the one group that can be described this accurately.

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I am #3, proud serbtard! Ajde!
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Aren't we all

“There’s so many athletes, tennis players around the world,” he continued, trying to put his life into some kind of perspective, “they want to be the best in what they do. They want to succeed. Many of them, they don’t succeed in the end. I’m fortunate to have this opportunity and succeed.”
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Combination of 1 and 2-but not for those reasons. I call myself a Fed-ferr-al: Federer, Ferrer/Ferrero and Nadal.
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