Originally Posted by Rogiman
Since when is that good enough a reason to make such harsh remarks about a person?
It's bad enough that young people nowadays idolize models and such blah, regardless of their skills (sleeping with people in powerful positions is not a skill IMO) or level of intelligence, at least he's good at what he does - isn't that what being a pro is all about?
Yeah, I agree with you. Davydenko deserves being in Shanghai for all that he has done this year as a tennis player
. However, speaking of a commercial point of view, it's not good that he plays the Masters Cup, because the crowd doesn't feel attracted to him - not only young people. Money has good and bad effects on professional sports, and this is a bad one. Fortunately, all that these people can do is "cheer" against him.