Well, naturally. To borrow a phrase from dreaded Eurosport commentator Simon Reed, he is a bonnie wee fighter.
The Wit and Wisdom of the Tennis Journalist, Indian Wells 2004
ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I remember this one time when I went on a vacation on the Maldives. That was in the year 2001, I think. I went to this spa. I went to walk around with my girlfriend. I walk in, and we want to book a spa. This guy goes, "AHH, I remember you. You beat Sampras. I saw you on TV." That was like, really, how can you remember me? This guy has probably never been off his island and still knows me. I was a little bit shocked. Then I went to play tennis with him because he was actually the tennis teacher. It was nice.
Q. Were you naked at the time in the spa?
ROGER FEDERER: No. It was at the front desk. I didn't walk in naked.
Djokovic is so devoid of talent I don't know why he is so popular on MTF, all the pundits are giving Murray the plaudits and the more they see him play the more optimistic their projections for his career. All I see in Djokovic is the potential for him to be a solid journeyman, his game is so unimaginative and forced that he is no different than the hundreds of other tennis factory kids. Murray is the only one that I can see that has the intangibles, the X-factor, call it what you will. The genetic offal of MTF clearly only appreciate greatness when it is in full bloom, and not whilst it is in growth. If you look at what some people here said about Federer before he broke through it is clear the average MFT denizen can't spot ability for shit.