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Weirdest Trademark Reactions to Wnning an Important Match

I'd have to with Andy Roddick. He just bends over multiple times and than barely shows any emotion as he walks to the net.
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The way Tsonga reacted to beating Federer in Montreal was crazy, looked more upset than anything.
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Radek Stepanek's worm dance that he does on rare special occasions.... certainly that is the oddest and most infamous one out there
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Just a personal thing, but the way Tsonga leaps around pointing at himself after winning matches really irritates me.
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Just a personal thing, but the way Tsonga leaps around pointing at himself after winning matches really irritates me.
Yeah, this thread immediately makes me think of Tsonga.

I was looking for some old photos of Tsonga from certain matches, and photos of him doing that annoying post-match reaction seem to dominate the collection of images. It seems unnecessary to do that every match.
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Youzhny's colonel salute. Not really weird, but it's something different.

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Youzhny's colonel salute. Not really weird, but it's something different.
I love that.

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The vikinga Roar soda did when he beat fed at french open was funny

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Djokovic over top reaction. He's so dramatic, yeah.



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My favourite has to be Ljubicic's hip dance.


(he only did it once if I remember correctly but it would be nice to see it again)

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Youzhny's saulte is my favorite. The Korda thing was hilarious
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Djokovic over top reaction. He's so dramatic, yeah.
A little.

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Petr Korda's scissor kick.

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Change the title to 'Greatest Reaction' and this fits the bill

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