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post #61 of 70 (permalink) Old 07-23-2012, 12:49 AM
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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

I think Lenders gets uncomfortably aroused at the sight of the beautiful Ferrer and this is how he suppresses his homoerotic desires.
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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

Does a player never broke into GS QF deserve respectation for reaching top10?
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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

lol ferrer has been top 4 and is a consistent top 10, top 6 or something
monaco is so worse than him come on

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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

Up until this year, Monaco had lost 7 finals in a row which probably contributed to his mug status. None of them were against the big 4 either.
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when you have haters, then you know you've made it.
People are so much "success oriented" in the bad sense of this word...

In Argentina we call it "exitista".


There are might be many people that don’t like Pico's game. Well if you compare it with Federer, Djokovic, Nadal or many others such as Nalbandian it might not be so beautiful to watch but come on he is at his peak and after an injury.

Doesn’t he deserve some respect?

I have seen him training in Buenos Aires...

Most of us would wish to have the guts to train as much as most of the pro tennis player does.

Most of us would wish to have 10% the talent of any of these guys.

Let's be more respectful to Monaco and to all pro tennis players.

We can dissent on who we like more but we also need to congratulate when someone improves his top performance.

Pico was fighting against himself and he won that battle.

Isn't this much about what we all expect about our life.
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on top of being friends with nadal and bending over to him at every chance he gets, there's something very unlikeable about a guy like mónaco. not sure what it is.

as for ferrer, i just don't have an opinion one way or the other tbh.


Have you met him, have you spoken with him? If you don't know what it is... then please take the chance to meet him, see him when he is training and then it could be that your opinion could change.


In Argentina there are/were many tennis players that were born in a small/medium city outside Buenos Aires called Tandil which by the way is very beautiful.

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It is not a coincidence that all his fellow colleagues that were born in Tandil (Mariano Zabaleta, Maximo Gonzalez, Diego Junqueira and Juan Martin del Potro between others) like Pico.
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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

who hasn't been called mug here

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Ferrer knows how to shave his neck! That's the difference.

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Re: Why call Monaco Mug and not Ferrer?

tbh the amount of respect that Ferrer gets here is disproportionate if you compare it alot of players who arguably as good or even better (Berdych, Tsonga, Murray, Roddick, Hewitt, and ofc Donald Young).

I am not saying in any way that Ferrer does not deserve the respect he gets, because he does. What I am saying is that the other guys deserve it just as much as he does, and so does Monaco.

I think what Mark Lenders is trying to say is that he dislikes both Ferrer's and Monaco's style of play. I agree with him, I find it abit boring to look at, but I respect pretty much every top player, as long as he doesn't behave like a tool.
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