yup. quite a good example he's setting for the kids. destroying material goods (that are costly for the normal people) in order to celebrate a victory in front of the loser
Yeah, I'm no Nadal fan but at least he has stated that he never breaks rackets or destroys equipment because most people can't even afford them. You'd think Fakervic, being from a relatively poor country, would have a similar attitude but instead his own lack of class and vile personality overshadow everything else. What a great inspiration our current #1 is to children on the rules of etiquette
Anyway this thread is about Berlocq. I don't like ripping shirts but people don't really understand that for a mediocre player like him, this is the highlight of his career most likely. He's also not used to the media spotlight, instead the challenger tour is very much like the old ATP tour with personalities and raw, aggressive battles between guys for a chance to eat something besides the dollar menu that night. Berlocq deserves to rip his shirt far more than the millionaire Fakervic.