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What kind of human being Federer is ?

fsoica
07-25-2008, 09:14 PM
http://www.globesports.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080724.wspttebbutt24/GSStory/GlobeSportsOther/?page=rss&id=RTGAM.20080724.wspttebbutt24

Reading articles like the one above, and i tend to agree with this kind of opinnions, one could say only nice things about Roger.

But it seems he got so used to being the best, no. 1 player in the world, that the past few months his press conferences were at times strange, his answers not quite polite, his self-esteem publicly over-emphasized...

What do you think guys?
Is Federer able to let go naturally, polite and with a realistic approach for the future, his throne?

Or he will give to the public the "nasty", "darth-vader"-ish side of his personality ?

Black Adam
07-25-2008, 09:19 PM
The REAL Federer always appears when things aren't going his way.

Xenosys
07-25-2008, 09:23 PM
Well, imo, Federer has always been very approachable in relation to the media consistent with his rise up the world rankings. What he isn't now used to is having every aspect of his game scrutinised to a point over and over again in press conferences, which would obviously be straining for anyone, let alone Federer.

After a rather lacklustre season by his very high standards, he's now experiencing a pressure he probably hasn't felt before, which has been epitomised in the way he is dealing with the press. It's probably a number of different factors contributing to an all-round frustrated feeling both on and off the court.

PS. Your topic title makes you sound a little like Yoda from Star Wars.

Sunset of Age
07-25-2008, 09:27 PM
http://www.globesports.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080724.wspttebbutt24/GSStory/GlobeSportsOther/?page=rss&id=RTGAM.20080724.wspttebbutt24

Reading articles like the one above, and i tend to agree with this kind of opinnions, one could say only nice things about Roger.

I have no doubt that he indeed is a very nice guy. But of course he is HUMAN, with all faults and mistakes that we all have.

But it seems he got so used to being the best, no. 1 player in the world, that the past few months his pres conferences were at times strange, his answers not quite polite, his self-esteem publicly over-emphasized...

Have to disagree with you here, quite vehemently so. If anything, I am surprised by the polite way he still manages to handle himself, while he is obviously going through very rough times. He's always been rather honest in his pressers, if not right-out dorky - that's nothing new. But you'll never see him behave like, for instance, Roddick...

Is Federer able to let go naturally, polite and with a realistic approach for the future, his throne?

Or he will give to the public the "nasty", "darth-vader"-ish side of his personality ?

Like I said, he is no 'god'. None of the players are.
The biggest mistake to make here is not acknowledging that he is indeed a very sensitive and emotional guy, and not at all this 'robot' that some people seem to think he is (used to be a major headcase for a very long time in his career, remember?).
It might very well be that we'll be seeing more of this 'dark' side of his character if his slump continues - and it might be just me, but I think it was already very visible in that match against Simon - he was muttering and even asking some irritating fellows in the crowd to 'shut up'. I don't like it very much, but it is... human, I guess.

As for the way he will continue to carry himself when inevitably having to give up his throne - I have no doubt that he will graciously and wholeheartedly congratulate his deserving successor. :angel:

Hopefully he'll be able to find some way, someone, to help him deal with the mental problems he's obviously suffering now.

EDIT: Disclaimer: all My Very Humble Opinion, of course. :D

fsoica
07-25-2008, 09:27 PM
The REAL Federer always appears when things aren't going his way.

I could say you're trolling with answers like this one, but i will not say that.
What makes you think about a real Federer and a false one?

Your argument should imply that for the past 4 and a half years Fed used almost continuously a "mask", 'cause he won almost all the time.

But i remember him being so graceful with Nalbandian last year after that nice Madrid final and i thought back then that he can accept not being the best always.

Again, what makes you say what you say? All the players have long faces and are quite out-of-their usual self when they lose matches, isn't it?

What about a guy used to win for the past 4 and a half years?

Maybe is human nature to let go harder in that kind of situations...

fsoica
07-25-2008, 09:29 PM
PS. Your topic title makes you sound a little like Yoda from Star Wars.

I do not believe, of course, in absolute good or evil, but that's why we use titles around here, to attract people, isn't it ?

Herdwick
07-25-2008, 09:34 PM
This is not meant to be critical - I like and respect Roger - but think he may be showing his real self with how he's handling these recent losses. He accepted that Rafa is his main challenger and has been courteous and respectful of him up to a point. But that was when Roger was way ahead of Rafa and everyone else in the rankings. Now Rafa's within spitting distance, he is not enjoying the rivalry.

Roger's usually articulate and chooses his words carefully, but he's understandably pretty bitter and to a certain extent in denial.

Xenosys
07-25-2008, 09:36 PM
I do not believe, of course, in absolute good or evil, but that's why we use titles around here, to attract people, isn't it ?

The force is strong in this one :)

After all, I've always got the impression that Federer was someone who was quite introverted, enjoyed the peace and quiet, quite a sensitive fellow and that's reflected in his press conferences. Naturally, anything can contribute to one's mood during a conference, especially if your someone like the personality I've described above.

It doesn't necessarily always relate back to the tennis court, it could have been something personal that happened prior to the event, any little thing at all. He's always been honest and straight-forward without being too eccentric at his conferences. I just think he's going through a rough patch at the moment, and things naturally get blown up out of proportion.

Chrisilson
07-25-2008, 09:43 PM
I think its very admirable how he keeps it together. Nadal has clearly got the better of him mentally but he always has someone reminding him about Nadal every 5 minutes. He does so much media and press work, he must be utterly sick to the stomach being reminded about the Spaniard. I'd like to think I could remain calm and considerate in his situation but the reality is that i'd probably just want to tell everyone who reminds me i'm not as good as my rival to f*** off

Pfloyd
07-25-2008, 09:43 PM
He's a very bad person, and so is Federbear :p

fsoica
07-25-2008, 09:44 PM
The force is strong in this one :)


I just realised you were refering to the title's topic, the verb at the end, etc. ...

It is not at all about Yoda, it has something to do with my english...I'm still learning...

Anyway, i agree with you in not jumping to conclusions about Roger based only on a 10 minutes PC.

I'd love and i hope to see his old self back..and this will definitely happen when he'll win the next major, maybe this year at the USOpen...

Xenosys
07-25-2008, 09:50 PM
I just realised you were refering to the title's topic, the verb at the end, etc. ...

It is not at all about Yoda, it has something to do with my english...I'm still learning...

Anyway, i agree with you in not jumping to conclusions about Roger based only on a 10 minutes PC.

I'd love and i hope to see his old self back..and this will definitely happen when he'll win the next major, maybe this year at the USOpen...

Ah I'm sorry, I didn't mean to offend your English, I was just making an inoffensive joke :)

I think so too. If he can get his act together by then, and that's a big if, then he may still have something to say come the end of the second week at Flushing.

Sean.
07-25-2008, 10:03 PM
I think he is a bit arrogent, but I'm no psychiatrist so I don't really know. But when you've been at the top that long it must be hard.

MacTheKnife
07-25-2008, 10:27 PM
I don't believe you stay at the top of tennis this long without some degree of arrogance, but what do I know, I'm a McEnroe fan.. The king of Cocky.

I think Fed is handling himself pretty well in some of these PCs. Let's face it, some of these idiots can ask some really dumb and inappropriate questions. No one stays at the top forever and all have had to deal with their decline. Each seems to have done it in a different way. I think Fed will get better at dealing with this as time goes by.
I remember when he first started really dominating he had trouble dealing with that too. He was not quite sure how to answer some of the dumb questions he got then either. One thing for sure, he won't punch any of these morons out, which I'd be tempted to do.

Sunset of Age
07-25-2008, 10:32 PM
One thing for sure, he won't punch any of these morons out, which I'd be tempted to do.

:yeah: Great post, Mac. Too bad the forum doesn't allow me to rep you again.

Heavenseventeen
07-25-2008, 10:38 PM
The REAL Federer always appears when things aren't going his way.

I agree. He used to be so angry, breaking rackets, etc. The Wimbledon documentary said that he learned to control it and channel it some other way, but that's easy to do when you start winning practically all the time.

fast_clay
07-25-2008, 10:39 PM
PS. Your topic title makes you sound a little like Yoda from Star Wars.

'hmm.. yes... Federer... finished he is... yes .. hmm'

fast_clay
07-25-2008, 10:41 PM
I agree. He used to be so angry, breaking rackets, etc. The Wimbledon documentary said that he learned to control it and channel it some other way, but that's easy to do when you start winning practically all the time.

'... hmmm... the force... came first it did.... '

GlennMirnyi
07-25-2008, 10:41 PM
A very stubborn and arrogant on court man.

scoobs
07-25-2008, 10:44 PM
I'd wager people on this forum could post for 100 pages of analysis, opinion and pure drivel and not even get close to the truth, because none of us know him - not really, not even close.

So all that can happen is pure speculation based on what he chooses to show and how people view that through their own particular prism of imagination, instinct and prejudice.

Sunset of Age
07-25-2008, 10:48 PM
I'd wager people on this forum could post for 100 pages of analysis, opinion and pure drivel and not even get close to the truth, because none of us know him - not really, not even close.

So all that can happen is pure speculation based on what he chooses to show and how people view that through their own particular prism of imagination, instinct and prejudice.

Well, one can at least include a 'IMHO', or a disclaimer, no? :D

Swiss, :D male, :aplot: hairy, :unsure: athletic, :angel: young, :) dorky, :smooch: and monotastic. :hearts:

You did it again, J'torian. Perhaps the only contribution in this thread that truly makes sense... :lol: :bowdown: :worship: :bowdown:

scoobs
07-25-2008, 10:52 PM
Well, one can at least include a 'IMHO', or a disclaimer, no? :D



You did it again, J'torian. Perhaps the only contribution in this thread that truly makes sense... :lol: :bowdown: :worship: :bowdown:
Well of course :)

Me.....I think he's a fox!

</Sweet Valley High>

10nisfan
07-25-2008, 10:53 PM
FEDEX is just a TYPICAL HUMAN BEING..... Have Good and Bad Days... Have Good Qualities and Some Flaws... It's just that since he's at The TOP of the Tennis World for so long and has been revered as The GOAT or Future GOAT and Sort of a Celebrity, so People and the Media pays more attention to him which subjects him to a more detailed Scrutiny...

He seems like a Nice Guy who's Not Having a Good Year Professionally, so maybe the Pressure is Getting to Him...

I guess Only a Few PPL Really Know Him Well, just Mirka, His Family and a few others...

moon language
07-25-2008, 10:57 PM
My guess is he's an INTP.

Snoo Foo
07-25-2008, 11:01 PM
Trick question! He's a cyborg. (like C-3PO, except with skin and tripes and apparent susceptibility to mono and carbuncles.)

Sunset of Age
07-25-2008, 11:01 PM
My guess is he's an INTP.

What a coincidence. So am I. :angel:

moon language
07-25-2008, 11:02 PM
What a coincidence. So am I. :angel:

Me too, let's dance!

Sunset of Age
07-25-2008, 11:03 PM
Me too, let's dance!

Dorks of the World - Unite! :banana: :aparty: :rocker2:

DhammaTiger
07-26-2008, 12:50 AM
I'd wager people on this forum could post for 100 pages of analysis, opinion and pure drivel and not even get close to the truth, because none of us know him - not really, not even close.

So all that can happen is pure speculation based on what he chooses to show and how people view that through their own particular prism of imagination, instinct and prejudice.

Well said, indeed! We all pretend we know these players but in reality we don't even know them at all.Yet, we feel entitled to suggest this or tat. Some even have the gall to suggest that Federer should leave Mirka. That last one is true arrogance in my opinion.

DDrago2
07-26-2008, 02:55 AM
He is a bit androgenous
And despite his success there is something of a victim about him (in a way that reminds me of that Jack Sparrow movie character)

foolish pleasure
07-26-2008, 03:10 AM
My guess is he's an INTP.

really? i always kind of thought he was an IxFJ, but i can't decide on the n/s

i--because he seems kind of like a homebody

j--because he is impatient on court and likes closure in points, and because he is careful of his appearance, and the beauty of his play, and of the traditions of the sport which tend to be indicative of "j"-ish-ness

f--because he is emotional and seems to think with his heart on court

most sports people a sensors aren't they?

pete always seemed like an intp to me...

fsoica
07-26-2008, 07:09 AM
My guess is he's an INTP.

guys, are we supposed to understand all this american psychological gibrish talking ?

I mean, if I don't live in the states or an english speaking country, i don't have a psychology degree and i cannot google the term, what am i supposed to do ?

for the general population, me included, INTP:

The I stands for Introversion. Introverts are people who feel tired from action. Extraverts (E), on the other hand, would feel lethargic from resting too much.

The N stands for iNtuition, as opposed to Sensing (S). People who prefer intuition are likely to trust their hunches and theoretical solutions. Sensors are people who rely more on tangible, data-based thoughts.

The T stands for Thinking as opposed to Feeling (F). Thinkers prefer objective decisions, while feelers try to act in a way that takes people's emotions into account.

The P means Perception, as opposed to Judging (J). This simply means that a person prefers their iNtuition/Sensing trait over their Thinking/Feeling trait.

Allez
07-26-2008, 07:20 AM
It's going to get real nasty over the next months...

moon language
07-26-2008, 07:26 AM
guys, are we supposed to understand all this american psychological gibrish talking ?

I mean, if I don't live in the states or an english speaking country, i don't have a psychology degree and i cannot google the term, what am i supposed to do ?

for the general population, me included, INTP:

The I stands for Introversion. Introverts are people who feel tired from action. Extraverts (E), on the other hand, would feel lethargic from resting too much.

The N stands for iNtuition, as opposed to Sensing (S). People who prefer intuition are likely to trust their hunches and theoretical solutions. Sensors are people who rely more on tangible, data-based thoughts.

The T stands for Thinking as opposed to Feeling (F). Thinkers prefer objective decisions, while feelers try to act in a way that takes people's emotions into account.

The P means Perception, as opposed to Judging (J). This simply means that a person prefers their iNtuition/Sensing trait over their Thinking/Feeling trait.

If you're able to read this forum I don't understand why you wouldn't be able to use google.

Anyway it was just a lighthearted playful response to the question and I didn't think it was even worth going into detail.

opeth84
07-26-2008, 07:43 AM
You really cannot judge someone from there responses after a press conference. You are all well aware of the range of questions these people ask and just how stupid or insensitive they can be. And everyones different and all players find there own ways to deal with the press.

Roger really seems to be polite and answer as politely and honestly as he can. But keep poking him with a stick and he's going to defend himself. It must be difficult to be explaining to the world a loss when the world expects you to win. You really gotta feel for the guy at the moment. I don't feel sorry for the losses on the court but the pressure he must be getting from the media right now is just ridiculous.

It's amazing to think that most players on tour would kill to have a season like Roger has had thus far in 2008. Yet it is being considered such a failure of a year.

Sebby
07-26-2008, 07:46 AM
It's going to get real nasty over the next months...

That's the only positive thing I see in Federer's decline :rocker:

Action Jackson
07-26-2008, 07:47 AM
One with 2 arms, 2 legs, a heartbeat and red blood.

FairWeatherFan
07-26-2008, 07:52 AM
Federer comes across as a generally nice guy in his media interviews. He is polite to fans and officials, and articulate in promoting the sport. I do not think any fan of the sport could wish for any better.

What he is like in his personal life we do not know, and really it is none of our business to ask.

I have also read on this site that Federer is arrogant in his media interviews, but I think considering what he's achieved he has not really let it go to his head.

finishingmove
07-26-2008, 08:06 AM
im pretty sure he's bipedal. could be wrong though..

Matt01
07-26-2008, 09:55 AM
That's the only positive thing I see in Federer's decline :rocker:


:lol:

peterparker
07-26-2008, 03:46 PM
I think its very admirable how he keeps it together. Nadal has clearly got the better of him mentally but he always has someone reminding him about Nadal every 5 minutes. He does so much media and press work, he must be utterly sick to the stomach being reminded about the Spaniard. I'd like to think I could remain calm and considerate in his situation but the reality is that i'd probably just want to tell everyone who reminds me i'm not as good as my rival to f*** off

Maybe the goodwill he has built up with the press will come into play. But let's hope he has a realistic view of the press and their likely response once he no longer has seasons with < than 10 losses.

Chiseller
07-26-2008, 04:30 PM
I agree. He used to be so angry, breaking rackets, etc. The Wimbledon documentary said that he learned to control it and channel it some other way, but that's easy to do when you start winning practically all the time.

He stopped doing that before he become "good".

chris101
07-27-2008, 09:12 AM
It's going to get real nasty over the next months...

so you feel it too?


It's coming...


...lol.

finishingmove
07-27-2008, 09:19 AM
the force is strong in this one...

chris101
07-27-2008, 09:51 AM
the force is strong in this one...


it can be for you too... just come over to the good side...

lol.

Burrow
07-27-2008, 11:25 AM
http://www.globesports.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080724.wspttebbutt24/GSStory/GlobeSportsOther/?page=rss&id=RTGAM.20080724.wspttebbutt24

Reading articles like the one above, and i tend to agree with this kind of opinnions, one could say only nice things about Roger.

But it seems he got so used to being the best, no. 1 player in the world, that the past few months his press conferences were at times strange, his answers not quite polite, his self-esteem publicly over-emphasized...

What do you think guys?
Is Federer able to let go naturally, polite and with a realistic approach for the future, his throne?

Or he will give to the public the "nasty", "darth-vader"-ish side of his personality ?

Well who the hell WOULDN'T get used to being number 1 after being that position for well over four years straight? :retard:

Black Adam
07-20-2009, 10:55 PM
2008 didn't teach him a lesson about humility at all. At A6 2009, I seriously thought that those tears, despite being selfish/childish and stealing Nadal's thunder, were a sign of him growing up. Couldn't be more wrong. As of now, the jerk is back after in full force.

MatchFederer
07-20-2009, 11:00 PM
What a coincidence. So am I. :angel:

Same... I think Roger probably isn't an INTP though.

MatchFederer
07-20-2009, 11:02 PM
really? i always kind of thought he was an IxFJ, but i can't decide on the n/s

i--because he seems kind of like a homebody

j--because he is impatient on court and likes closure in points, and because he is careful of his appearance, and the beauty of his play, and of the traditions of the sport which tend to be indicative of "j"-ish-ness

f--because he is emotional and seems to think with his heart on court

most sports people a sensors aren't they?

pete always seemed like an intp to me...


I would say Pete is more likely to be an INTP than Federer and that your analysis on what Federer's personality type is is probably about right, but as Scoobs said we can only speculate! :p

ORGASMATRON
07-20-2009, 11:10 PM
It depends on who takes over from him. I have a feeling he wont be too happy if its Murray. But again he will go out with like 20 + slams so it wont be all that hard. Lol.

MatchFederer
07-20-2009, 11:11 PM
It depends on who takes over from him. I have a feeling he wont be too happy if its Murray. But again he will go out with like 20 + slams so it wont be all that hard. Lol.

Why did you get banned?

barbadosan
07-20-2009, 11:14 PM
I'd wager people on this forum could post for 100 pages of analysis, opinion and pure drivel and not even get close to the truth, because none of us know him - not really, not even close.

So all that can happen is pure speculation based on what he chooses to show and how people view that through their own particular prism of imagination, instinct and prejudice.

So true, Scoobs. I saw a few weeks ago a professional clinical psychologist being asked for an opinion of someone whom he'd only seen on tv, and he bluntly told the host that he would be unable to do so unless he had had several long interview sessions with the person. But hey, he's only a professional psychologist- can't hold a candle to the professional internet keyboarders who can produce a complete psyche analysis at the drop of a hat - or the clicking of a few keys.

tangerine_dream
07-20-2009, 11:15 PM
Here's something else you didn't know about Mr Perfect:

He's a plushie lovah, hmm mm, that kind of plushie. http://i34.tinypic.com/65077c.jpg

http://blog.rogiotaworld.lolipop.jp/images/federbear_melbourne4.jpg

He hides it well. From all of us including his wife.

MatchFederer
07-20-2009, 11:17 PM
That emoticon is enough to make me squirm.

Horrid.

scarecrows
07-20-2009, 11:19 PM
2008 didn't teach him a lesson about humility at all. At A6 2009, I seriously thought that those tears, despite being selfish/childish and stealing Nadal's thunder, were a sign of him growing up. Couldn't be more wrong. As of now, the jerk is back after in full force.

and I cant imagine the despair you felt after that Wimby final
it multiplied your hate for Federer by 2 if that was even possible

MatchFederer
07-20-2009, 11:21 PM
Black Adam is a very curious case, it must be said.

Har-Tru
07-20-2009, 11:27 PM
is the OP Yoda?

nobama
07-20-2009, 11:30 PM
Bumping up old threads for no reason. Gotta love GM. :worship:

ORGASMATRON
07-20-2009, 11:34 PM
Why did you get banned?


Quote:
Originally Posted by mimi View Post
are you doing this one? not suitable for those under 18
ORGASMATRON
If you are hot ill do it to you yes

Raging Lamb: "Inappropriate (ever heard of sexual harassment?)"

Anyway i only get infractions from Raging Lamb ever.

MatchFederer
07-20-2009, 11:39 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by mimi View Post
are you doing this one? not suitable for those under 18
ORGASMATRON
If you are hot ill do it to you yes

Raging Lamb: "Inappropriate (ever heard of sexual harassment?)"

Anyway i only get infractions from Raging Lamb ever.

2 months for that? :lol:

Well I suppose he is a raging lamb.

Har-Tru
07-20-2009, 11:44 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by mimi View Post
are you doing this one? not suitable for those under 18
ORGASMATRON
If you are hot ill do it to you yes

Raging Lamb: "Inappropriate (ever heard of sexual harassment?)"

Anyway i only get infractions from Raging Lamb ever.

that was well deserved.

Bargearse
07-20-2009, 11:45 PM
Hmmmm.... when considering what kind of human being Federer is, why limit his GOAT status to just tennis? I'm sure the Fedtard mob would agree that he is the GOAT of the human world as well. An old cliche comes to mind... it's hard to be humble when you know you're the best.

ORGASMATRON
07-20-2009, 11:46 PM
2 months for that? :lol:

Well I suppose he is a raging lamb.

well that was only worth 2 points. but its not the point, i only get infractions form him/her ever.

superslam77
07-20-2009, 11:48 PM
A mutant kind of human. Half human half Goat.

ORGASMATRON
07-20-2009, 11:50 PM
that was well deserved.

No offense, but whose that mug in your avatar?

Har-Tru
07-20-2009, 11:53 PM
No offense, but whose that mug in your avatar?

You don't know who he is and you call him a mug? :lol:

Ken Rosewall.

Black Adam
07-21-2009, 12:17 AM
Bumping up old threads for no reason. Gotta love GM. :worship:
Look what now has the audacity to show its face in GM:rolleyes::o Where were you when Roger was been spanked? You epitomise what's wrong with Federer fans. Jerk Fedy is back and hence this thread should also make its comeback.
and I cant imagine the despair you felt after that Wimby final
it multiplied your hate for Federer by 2 if that was even possible
I don't hate him as much as I hate the flies he attracts. To yous Fedy can't do no wrong. Probably think his shit smells like roses. This thread is very appropriate and questions what lies beneath those fake smiles and fake graciousness. The fake graciousness which he couldn't even do correctly after Wimbly final this year:rolleyes: And don't get me started on that tearful episode in Australia. It really showed us the pathetic and spoilt kind of human being he was.Black Adam is a very curious case, it must be said. I am among the rare sane folks around here. It's a curious case to find a sane guy trying to reason with looneys, but it helps blow off the steam.

fast_clay
07-21-2009, 12:19 AM
*looks at ken rosewall*

*looks at orgasmatron*

*facepalm*

ORGASMATRON
07-21-2009, 12:33 AM
You don't know who he is and you call him a mug? :lol:

Ken Rosewall.

Glad you saw the meaning behind the question :yeah:

Dini
07-21-2009, 12:35 AM
:scratch:

Har-Tru
07-21-2009, 12:36 AM
Glad you saw the meaning behind the question :yeah:

you went all heya there.

ORGASMATRON
07-21-2009, 01:07 AM
you went all heya there.

Heya simply dont make sense. What i said actually makes sense. Just think about it and youll get it.

ORGASMATRON
07-21-2009, 01:17 AM
You know im surprised that people still call Roger a human being.

Clue: Oxygen's sig.

superslam77
07-21-2009, 01:29 AM
Look what now has the audacity to show its face in GM:rolleyes::o Where were you when Roger was been spanked? You epitomise what's wrong with Federer fans. Jerk Fedy is back and hence this thread should also make its comeback.

I don't hate him as much as I hate the flies he attracts. To yous Fedy can't do no wrong. Probably think his shit smells like roses. This thread is very appropriate and questions what lies beneath those fake smiles and fake graciousness. The fake graciousness which he couldn't even do correctly after Wimbly final this year:rolleyes: And don't get me started on that tearful episode in Australia. It really showed us the pathetic and spoilt kind of human being he was.I am among the rare sane folks around here. It's a curious case to find a sane guy trying to reason with looneys, but it helps blow off the steam.

You hate Fedfans and yet you gave me Redcards all the time :rolleyes:

Learn from us Federesians, we don't hate Rafatards we just dislike Nadal and Uncle Toni a lot.
It has nothing to do with non-tennis issues like you Nadalasians.

I have to give you a redcard now.

MrChopin
07-21-2009, 02:23 AM
and I cant imagine the despair you felt after that Wimby final
it multiplied your hate for Federer by 2 if that was even possible

+1

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He's the kind that wins 15 slams. Not a very common kind.

fedfannnnnnn
07-21-2009, 02:35 AM
Roger is not arrogant or whatever some of you guys are saying. He's actually really nice, and he's just honest.
Also, in last years Wimbedon final, Nadal fell to the ground to celebrate. Nothing wrong with that, but in this years, Roger didn't do that because he didn't want to make Andy wait at net. So he's really sweet and considerate too.

bokehlicious
07-21-2009, 07:58 AM
TGS still not over the fact that duck will never get another slam as long as Roger's around... gotta feel for him, so bitter for years... :shrug: :hug: :awww:

habibko
07-21-2009, 08:36 AM
lol why was this thread bumped right now? I don't get it...

Black Adam, it's tough I know :hug:

Mimi
07-21-2009, 08:54 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by mimi View Post
are you doing this one? not suitable for those under 18
ORGASMATRON
If you are hot ill do it to you yes

Raging Lamb: "Inappropriate (ever heard of sexual harassment?)"

Anyway i only get infractions from Raging Lamb ever.

I am sorry that i indirectly made you get banned, but i didn't report your post to the mods :angel:

bokehlicious
07-21-2009, 08:56 AM
Mods/admins love to ban vocal Fed fans, nothing new here... :yawn: :zzz:

nobama
07-21-2009, 10:45 AM
lol why was this thread bumped right now? I don't get it...

Black Adam, it's tough I know :hug:Bitter Roddick fans still in mourning. :sad:

Crazy Girl
07-22-2009, 10:32 AM
Roger is not arrogant or whatever some of you guys are saying. He's actually really nice, and he's just honest.
Also, in last years Wimbedon final, Nadal fell to the ground to celebrate. Nothing wrong with that, but in this years,:worship::worship::worship: Roger didn't do that because he didn't want to make Andy wait at net.:worship::worship::worship: So he's really sweet and considerate too.

fedfannnnnnnn, Great Notation!!! Thanks!!
I really, really love the way in wich Roger is always waiting his opponents to the net!! The posture, the gestures, the facial expression... All in him is just perfect!
Roger is the perfection made man!!!
:hatoff::hatoff::hatoff:

tennizen
07-22-2009, 02:16 PM
The most ridiculous thread title in MTF history:yeah:

JolánGagó
07-22-2009, 06:54 PM
only the title? :rolleyes: