I guess I can no longer nominate Fernando Gonzalez even though he was still active when this thread was started
You can name him in the favorite retired players thread:
2012 MTF Top 10 Favourite Retired Players (Marat wins 3rd consecutive time)
It's always nice to see some activity in that thread
I'm really only adding to my post count here, tbh. I just realized I've been a registered member for five plus years and still haven't made the 500 mark. How do some of you guys do it? If I post more than twice a day to a forum, I usually feel like I've oustayed my welcome and should retreat to my little corner of the universe.
I think it's easy to get a high posting count on MTF, especially when you visit the non tennis section.
On the other hand many people who posted regulary on the forum and had a high posting count left MTF due to different reasons which is also a part of being a member on a forum.
Sometimes you lose the interest to visit a forum or don't have the time anymore to post on there.
In the end quality matters more than quantity anyway
thanks, but surely Fed is mentioned more often as a favorite than Djokovic considering the overall results, then in percentage, it's probably quite equal for Del Potro as 2nd favorite player.
These forums don't represent at all real Fedfans and real Nadalfans, contrary to what some think on MTF.
Most of the tennis fans I meet at a tournament don't even know MTF.
1. Soderling (if he doesn't count as active my 1-10 is 2-11 instead)
Of course he still counts as active as he hasn't officially retired.
3. Roddick ( he may have retired but the year isn't over)
I added all votes for Andy from this thread into the favorite retired players thread (just as I did with the ones for Gonzalez, Ljubicic and Clement who also retired this season).
Maybe you can edit your list in here and mention Andy amongst your favorite retired players instead
Sorry, you already voted earlier on this year