I am almost blind, seriously.
Don't worry, though, I see Nole as a decent bloke.
I just don't like his primal roar celebrations, find them a bit… off putting.
I am no fan of the roars either. But why would I judge him based on that? Isn't that ultra silly?
No they don't. There are people who will never admit one single good thing about Nole. He repulses them.
I don't like Murray's roars either, but his are especially bad because he opens his mouth so wide.
I am obliged to like Andy, though, because he is from Great Britain and he plays great tennis. However I'll openly admit that he has more faults than Djokovic, on a non-tennis level.
He plays great tennis TO YOU. People on this board seem to believe there is a "right" type of tennis.
And Federer is awesome and the gold standard for beautiful tennis. Well, I have to break it to you and everyone else: beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and this applies to tennis too. I happen to find serve and volley super boring when that is all a player is doing.
And you don't have to like Murra because he is British.
I strongly dislike Cristiano Ronaldo and many other portuguese athletes. I don't like Frederico Gil, for example. He is weird and arrogant in my eyes.
Those are the things that aren't directed towards anyone. Everyone has their way of expressing emotions, it's just a personal thing. How can someone judge them based on that
I judge people based on how they treat others, interact with others. Judging someone's roars is just like judging someone's hair or nose to me
. Of course people don't have to like it, can even dislike it, but just writing someone off because of it is just...
I strongly dislike Murray's on court behaviour. He acts like he should never lose a point, it's outrageous that he loses a point, let alone a game. It's like the opponent never does it well, he is the one messing it up. But I know he doesn't feel this way, it is just how he makes it seem. So I don't judge him based on this...