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Re: Rank the Classiness of the top 10 from most class to least class

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To be honest, all except one have huge flaws when it comes to classiness. Maybe Ferrer.

1. Del Potro
2. Ferrer
What's wrong with Tsonga?

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I think Kokkinakis will be the most successful player born in the 90s.
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