they are not all so good
Living abroad, I don't have much occasions to read Libé so I wouldn't know
but they definitely get more sympathy from me than le Figaro for some reason
What I like about them is that, not being a sports specialist newspaper, they write with a very sociological view of the personalities, an objective and exterior point of view of someone who doesn't especially follow tennis.
I still like Simon's portrait, the style is indeed different but it's refreshing. It's a bit over-dramatic at times but some passages are well-written "Gilles Simon arrive, repart, revient, repart écumer les coursives à la recherche d’un paquet de bonbons, le trouve, affale son mètre quatre-vingt-cinq sur un canapé, s’étonne."
I like that style.
I don't know if Libé were the firsts to say that Gillou was a prodigy concertist
It's the kind of urban legend which runs in the profession
What did you learn about Richard for example ?