And why would i do that? Again, i don't care for who Milos play or for who he will play, i don't care that is he from Montenegro and play's for Canada.. I said i like his style of playing and he seems like a nice guy, that is why i cheer for him..
Great, we all agree. And btw.. Milos is Montenegrian, BUT he is also Candian. Just because he wasn't BORN in Canada doesn't mean he's not Canadian. He moved there when he was THREE years old! His parents live there, his girlfriend live there. He was raised in Canada and went to school in Thornhill. He started his tennis career in Canada. He said his progress is much due to the support he gets from Tennis Canada. He said he likes hockey. All those things, to me, equals Candian and Montenegrin too of course, since he was born there. But to me he's just as much a Canadian and as a Montenegrin, and from what he's said, sounds like that is how he considers himself as well.
He is is constantly talking about Canadian tennis, how much his sucess means to Canada and Canadian tennis, and when he talks about "back home", he always talks about Canada and Toronto.
Sure he could play for Montenegro in the future, but for now, for the nearest future, it looks like he's sticking with Canada.
That was basically all I wanted to say about that
And I hope you root for Milos even though he plays for Canada, because he's a great player, and that is the most important thing
BTW.. I wasn't born in Canada, never even been there
But I feel Canadian. It's weird, but I've always liked the country, and I am seriously considering moving there as soon as I finish my degree! I guess I just wanted to say that identity is about more than where you were born.