01-26-2010, 02:18 PM
I know in other sports people do become heels to get attention, sell more tickets, and ... But we are seeing it more in tennis as well. John McEnroe was obviously a heel. Rafa obviously tries to be a face. It seems Davydenko is picking up his game and acting like a heel by claiming how others are scared of him and how he prefers playing Federer instead of a much easier opponent such as Hewitt. I wonder if some of these no personality guys are finally realizing how to get more attention for their work by going out of their way with eyebrow raising comments. Who are the heels in men's tennis today in your opinion?