Originally Posted by Tennis Fool
But Moya is a great example of what a winning personality does for perception. I recently heard Moya described as "the Spanish Pat Rafter," and I think that fits pretty well. Apart from his model looks, the guy is absolutely beloved by the fans, the other players, the media and tennis administrators. And with good reason: He is a gentleman who -- cliché alert -- is a credit to the sport. There's a lesson in here for other players: Do right by the sport, comport yourself like a pro, and us critics in the salon will cut you an awful lot of slack.
Who do you think Werthless was referring to in this last part, eh? Honestly Jon, just because he turned down your offer to fill Kim's shoes doesn't mean you have to take digs at him every week.
My own personal take on Moya is best summed up in this post of mine from last year: Tennis Songs That Should Be Released