Re: When did you become a fan of Juan Carlos?
At the French Open 2003. Well, that sounds like the classical bandwaggon-jumper. But there was a little bit more than that. The way he behaved after having won (that famous look towards the sky) made me immediately understand how much it meant to him.
This was a lesson right there to grasp. If you work hard and are persistent you can live your dream. JCF's tennis lacks Roger's elegance, Marat's power or Nadal's force. But he won a GS tourney with the means available to him, and this made me like the guy.
Besides, it is a question of credibility, not to quit when things turn sour.
Last edited by Puschkin; 05-05-2006 at 04:01 PM.