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top 10 most entertaining active players?

revolution
11-11-2005, 11:39 AM
Your top 10 please! It can be players you dislike. I hope it's not too similar to the favourite players, but these are IMO the most entertaining to watch.

1 Gonzalez
2 Monfils
3 Santoro
4 Henman
5 Verdasco
6 Federer
7 Safin
8 Arazi (hasn't retired yet so he can count)
9 Murray
10 Nalbandian

adee-gee
11-11-2005, 11:41 AM
Monfils in 2nd place :eek:

adee-gee
11-11-2005, 11:42 AM
Mathieu should be in there, never a dull moment when he's around :p

adee-gee
11-11-2005, 11:48 AM
Massu :haha: :rolls: :haha: :rolls:

That was supposed to be a joke, right?

bokehlicious
11-11-2005, 11:48 AM
Federer
Santoro

shotgun
11-11-2005, 11:55 AM
Adam, didn't know you were the commentator of this thread.

Iza
11-11-2005, 12:02 PM
my top:
1. Marcos Baghdatis
2. Fernando Verdasco
3. Marat Safin
4. Gael Monfils
5. Fernando Gonzalez
6. Novak Djokovic
7. Younes El Aynaoui
8. Rafael Nadal
9. Alex Waske (only live :lol: scares the sh*t outta u :lol: )
10. Roger Federer (he is entertaining but seeing him winning everything isn't :p )

Agassi Aces
11-11-2005, 12:13 PM
Andre Agassi should be in there. The crowds love him. Fabrice Santoro and Nadal are also special for me.

Frederick16
11-11-2005, 12:21 PM
bjorkman
sanguinetti
nadal
federer
shrichapan
safin
roddick
mathieu
murray
koellerer

Nathaliia
11-11-2005, 12:24 PM
oh i will write about the ones i have seen live

Monfils (everything... game and the spirit)
Coria ( m a g i c )
El Aynaoui (beautiful fairplay and reactions)
Safin (it's quite entertaining when he wants to lose so much in a small ATP tourney)
Korolev (p o w e r - i haven't seen it even on Nadal's matches :eek: )
Gabashvili (the personality... but better sit somewhere safe in the crowd when he starts to go nuts)
Calleri (maestry... when he's in shape)
Acasuso (you never know, what happens next!)
Ryderstedt (just the general impression ;) and the irony :yeah: )

and I should mention David Nalbandian because I adore his game, but the match of his I have seen live, was terrible. Still, he deserves to be placed here.

Angle Queen
11-11-2005, 12:38 PM
Santoro

and then, in no particular order

Safin (because you never know what you'll get)
Federer (because you always know what you'll get)
The Bryan Brothers (because they're an exciting doubles pair)
Hewitt (I love his game and all the emotion...good, bad and ugly)
Henman and Dent (because they're the last of the s/v-ers)
Baghdatis (because that smile can light up an entire stadium)

Denaon
11-11-2005, 12:47 PM
Being a clay lover my choices are pretty obvious, but:

1 - Gaudio
2 - Puerta
3 - Nadal (it amazes and entertain me the incredible balls he hits and FYI I'm not his fan)
4 - Safin
5 - Blake
6 - Nalbandian
7 - Moya
8 - Guga (he's playing very little, he surely should be higher but :shrug: )
9 - Ferrer
10 - Cañas

Some of these guys have particularly entertained me this year (Nadal, Blake and Ferrer), the rest are just entertainers IMHO. ;)

Denaon
11-11-2005, 12:51 PM
Gotta change my #10 pick coz I've just realised he's not "active" right now...:scratch: Denial??? :lol:

My #10 would be then Henman ;)

enqvistfan
11-11-2005, 12:54 PM
No order :

- Fernando Gonzalez
- Marat Safin (I'm not one of his biggest fans but I admit that it's always interesting to see him play, things can happen)
- Roger Federer (I'm not a fan but he's great to watch, tennis is easy)
- Carlos Moya (the most interesting spanish player to watch)
- Rafael Nadal (this year on clay, yes, he was entertaining)
- Andre Agassi (respect)
- James Blake
- Tim Henman
- Jonas Björkman/Max Myrnii
- Guga (in Roland-Garros)

cobalt60
11-11-2005, 01:04 PM
Santoro

and then, in no particular order

Safin (because you never know what you'll get)
Federer (because you always know what you'll get)
The Bryan Brothers (because they're an exciting doubles pair)
Hewitt (I love his game and all the emotion...good, bad and ugly)
Henman and Dent (because they're the last of the s/v-ers)
Baghdatis (because that smile can light up an entire stadium)

Perfectly said AQ!

Horatio Caine
11-11-2005, 01:15 PM
I like watching Ferrer when he fights.
Monfils is very energetic which is good.
Ollie Rochus's talent defies belief.
Henman - always entertainment when he plays, unfortunately it is often very painful...but a good workout! :haha:
Volandri's game on anything other than clay...pure class! :tape:

Horatio Caine
11-11-2005, 01:16 PM
Federer - so relaxing and inspirational
Safin - cracks me up even if he is deadly serious! :haha: :haha:

Julio1974
11-11-2005, 01:55 PM
Safin (when he's on)
Ljubicic (simply brillant, much more than a good service)
Nalbandian
Coria
Nadal
Henman
Berdych
Hewitt
Gaudio
Verdasco

euroka1
11-11-2005, 02:33 PM
Federer - so relaxing and inspirational
Safin - cracks me up even if he is deadly serious! :haha: :haha:

I go along 50%.

Federer, for sheer professionalism. Even on bad days, it is entertaining to see him digging himself out.

I guess I warm also to Hewitt but he has to be playing well. No fun to see him being demolished by Fed.

ClaycourtaZzZz.
11-11-2005, 02:41 PM
Sanguinetti
Baghdatis
Santoro
Coria
Murray
Safin
Gauido
El Aynaoui
Gonzalez
Roddick

*Ljubica*
11-11-2005, 03:05 PM
In no particular order..........

Gaudio (just love the backhand)
Henman
Baghdatis
Guga
Puerta
Safin
Gonzalez
El Aynaoui
Ferrer
Verdasco

revolution
11-11-2005, 03:21 PM
In no particular order..........

Gaudio (just love the backhand)
Henman
Baghdatis
Guga
Puerta
Safin
Gonzalez
El Aynaoui
Ferrer
Verdasco

I dunno if I'm right, but you seem to be fed up of David lately.. you hardly seem to talk about him! :eek: He also is missing from your signature....

JMG
11-11-2005, 03:41 PM
Kiefer :devil:
Gaudio
Petzschner :cool:
Hewitt
Blake
Huta-Galung (enjoyable dispute with a spectator)
M.Abel (said "shut up" to a swearing player)

stebs
11-11-2005, 03:52 PM
just the same people who are in my sig but add in Bagdhatis and Safin as well

ys
11-11-2005, 04:14 PM
1. Federer .. no need to comment
2. Safin ... also no need
3. Agassi .. just like it when someone can hit so clean and flat without much of crappy topspin..
4. Kiefer .. The closest to top 3 talent-wise, but a supreme headcase
5. Gasquet
6. Gonzalez
7. Blake .. when he is on, he hits a delightful ball
8. Lopez .. Have to throw a bone to lefty-lovers :devil:
9. Malisse .. Co-ruler of The Headcase Kingdom, but so much talent
10. Santoro .. Can do so much with a ball.. Unfortunately .. no longer competitive against top guns..


OK and the list of least entertaining players:

1. Hewitt.. tops the list for me..
2. Nadal I don't mind topspin as a weapon.. just can't stand it as the only method of payment
3. Roddick if it was not for his delightful serve, would have topped this list easily
4. Ginepri I just don't know why he gets me bored ..
5. Davydenko And that, given I am a fan..
6. Andreyev I hate Spanish school, seeing a Russian to follow it is almost devastating

adee-gee
11-11-2005, 05:09 PM
Adam, didn't know you were the commentator of this thread.
Was it not a joke then? :sad:

Regenbogen
11-11-2005, 05:49 PM
1. safin
2. massu
3. nadal
4. kiefer
5. santoro
6. gaudio
7. gonzalez
8. roddick
9. murray
10. karlovic '_'

Satanic Pasteur
11-11-2005, 08:09 PM
1. Federer
2. Labadze
3. Gasquet
4. Ljubicic
5. Escudé
6. Ancic
7. Verkerk
8. Karlovic
9. Safin
10. Berdych

Jimnik
11-11-2005, 08:26 PM
1. Safin
2. Gonzalez
3. Baghdatis
4. El Aynaoui
5. Kuerten
6. Roddick
7. Murray
8. Karlovic
9. Ferrero
10. Nadal

*Viva Chile*
11-11-2005, 10:36 PM
1. Safin
2. Federer
3. Nadal
4. González
5. Blake
6. Gasquet
7. Agassi
8. O. Rochus
9. Murray
10. Roddick (sometimes) :p

PaulieM
11-11-2005, 11:06 PM
1.federer
others in no particular order:
santoro
henman
monfils
gonzalez
hewitt
blake
moya
baghdatis
coria
muller
phm
grosjean

El Legenda
11-12-2005, 02:05 AM
Ljubicic, Great serve, amazing one handed backand. good forehand, ability to volley. all out power :)

its.like.that
11-12-2005, 03:57 AM
please man, enough with this shit

its.like.that
11-12-2005, 04:17 AM
Ljubicic, Great serve, amazing one handed backand. good forehand, ability to volley. all out power :)

yer, if you like watching paint dry.

$@M
11-12-2005, 04:45 AM
1. Nadal
2. Federer
3. Blake
4. Santoro
5. Hewitt
6. Gasquet
7. Monfils
8. Srichaphan
9. Ginepri
10. Berdych

prima donna
11-12-2005, 04:52 AM
How is Roger missing from a few of these lists ? Wow, if you don't find Roger entertaining, then I don't know what to say for your tennis knowledge. Atleast one could admire or appreciate what he does. Then again, different strokes for different folks. Occasionally I find myself perplexed by the fact ppl find other players (no names) the slightest bit entertaining, maybe that's the case here.

El Legenda
11-12-2005, 05:16 AM
yer, if you like watching paint dry.

you had 2 weeks off, and still cant come up with anything original :confused:

landoud
11-12-2005, 07:09 AM
1. agassi
2. nadal
3. federer
4. hewitt
5. safin
6. gonzales

landoud
11-12-2005, 07:09 AM
blake should be in my list too

ClaycourtaZzZz.
11-12-2005, 08:54 AM
How is Roger missing from a few of these lists ? Wow, if you don't find Roger entertaining, then I don't know what to say for your tennis knowledge. Atleast one could admire or appreciate what he does. Then again, different strokes for different folks. Occasionally I find myself perplexed by the fact ppl find other players (no names) the slightest bit entertaining, maybe that's the case here.
What does Federer do?
Winning is not always entertaining:rolleyes:
He's not as emotional as for example Murray, Gaudio, Gonzalez,....
I like to see when someone thinks he plays great (c'mon, vamos, or whatever)
Then If they think, that they're playing bad, they smash their rackets, that's something special.

But things will change now, who knows if he ever can play that good again:shrug: :)

name_change
11-12-2005, 09:10 AM
1) Fernando Gonzalez - his game is just so explosive, you cant ignore it.
2) James Blake - I could see him hit forehands and run down every ball all day long.
3) David Nalbandian - his serve sucks, but that's what makes him so appealing. his ground game is so solid.
4) Sebastien Grosjean - one player who has ALL the shots but not the mental power. i love watching him play.
5) Andre Agassi - i love the way he picks apart his opponent's game. it's hard to dictate against him. despite his mobility issues, it's hard to beat him.
6) Fabrice Santoro - he's called the magician for a reason.
7) Marat Safin - Marat's Marat. need i say more?
8) Guillermo Coria - lack of power but his speed is amazing!
9) Roger Federer - his game is stunning, but his lack of emotion puts me off.
10) Younes El-Aynaoui - He's fun to watch because of his personality. and there'll definitely be a few brilliant shots from him when he plays.

Fergie
11-12-2005, 10:57 AM
1.- Federer
2.- Gonzalez
3.- Safin
4.- Gaudio
5.- Blake

JMG
11-12-2005, 02:06 PM
How is Roger missing from a few of these lists ? Wow, if you don't find Roger entertaining, then I don't know what to say for your tennis knowledge. Atleast one could admire or appreciate what he does. Then again, different strokes for different folks. Occasionally I find myself perplexed by the fact ppl find other players (no names) the slightest bit entertaining, maybe that's the case here.

If you only find tennis on ATP tournament level entertaining, then I don't know what to say about your tennis knowledge. Watching Federer is not a bit entertaining to me compared to the players on my list.

Kristen
12-20-2005, 08:32 AM
Can I think of ten? Probably not, and I will forget some guys...
-Fabrice Santoro
-Lleyton Hewitt (as much as he drives me insane, he is entertaining)
-Jurgen Melzer
-Alex Bogomolov, when he's winning and things are going his way :lol:
-Roger Federer, when he has a decent opponent
-Swedish players with personality (Jonas, Vinciguerra, Niclas Larsson [wheelchair tennis])
-Davide Sanguinetti :haha:
-Olivier Rochus
-Marat Safin
-Guillermo Coria :tape:

juanito7
12-20-2005, 09:25 AM
santoro, unbelievable shots, a real magician!
gasquet for the beauty of his shots, volley, forehand and above all backhand...
federer, his majesty
guga, because of his personnality!
gonzo, i love his powerfull shots

Curls
12-20-2005, 11:41 AM
1. Safin - when he's on :yeah:
2. Marat - when he's off :rolleyes:
3. Safin - when he' smashing rackets :lol:
4. Marat - when he's smashing furniture :haha:
5. Safin - when he's yelling "B***D" to himself :spit:
6. Marat - when he's being a complete and utter Oaf :shout:
7. Safin - when he's dropping his shorts ... actually this should be higher than No.7 :devil:
8. Marat - when he's still fuming over a bad call 13 points ago :tape:
9. Safin - when he's got 'The Look' :scared:
10. Marat - when the caption on the screen says "Serving for the Championship" :bounce:

I'm not too one-eyed, am I? :p :lol:

hey, anyone who's on fire and blitzing the court is entertaining to watch :yeah:

Shadow
12-20-2005, 12:50 PM
Safin (no need to say more)

Guga
Blake
Gaudio
Federer (although lack of emotion)
O. Rochus
Gasquet
Nalbandian
Canas
Agassi
El Aynaoui
Santoro
Escude

MariaV
12-20-2005, 01:06 PM
1. Safin - when he's on :yeah:
2. Marat - when he's off :rolleyes:
3. Safin - when he' smashing rackets :lol:
4. Marat - when he's smashing furniture :haha:
5. Safin - when he's yelling "B***D" to himself :spit:
6. Marat - when he's being a complete and utter Oaf :shout:
7. Safin - when he's dropping his shorts ... actually this should be higher than No.7 :devil:
8. Marat - when he's still fuming over a bad call 13 points ago :tape:
9. Safin - when he's got 'The Look' :scared:
10. Marat - when the caption on the screen says "Serving for the Championship" :bounce:

I'm not too one-eyed, am I? :p :lol:

hey, anyone who's on fire and blitzing the court is entertaining to watch :yeah:
:worship: :worship: :worship: :worship: :worship: :yeah: :yeah:

MariaV
12-20-2005, 01:24 PM
hmmmmmmmmmm
1- SAFIN - I hope Curls comments said it all :D
2- Nadal - VAMOS!!!!!
3- Federer - just the beauty is amazing and always entertaining itself, even without a 8worthy) opposition
4- PHM - :rolleyes: As Adam said, never a dull moment, mostly I want to strangle him but when he's on like vs Roddick in Montreal, incredible :hearts: :inlove:
5- Ancic
6- Gonzalez
7- Murray
8- Baghdatis
9- Escude - so hope he can have a great comeback
10- Roddick

AgassiDomination
12-20-2005, 02:22 PM
Agassi
Safin
uh.. cant think of much else so Santoro
now my head hurts so i'll stop here.

Melekhin
12-20-2005, 02:49 PM
SAFIN

Santoro
Llodra
Gonzalez
Youzhny
Baghdatis
Rochus O
Mark
Blake
Ivanov-Smolensky

cobalt60
12-20-2005, 03:17 PM
1) Fernando Gonzalez - his game is just so explosive, you cant ignore it.
2) James Blake - I could see him hit forehands and run down every ball all day long.
3) David Nalbandian - his serve sucks, but that's what makes him so appealing. his ground game is so solid.
4) Sebastien Grosjean - one player who has ALL the shots but not the mental power. i love watching him play.
5) Andre Agassi - i love the way he picks apart his opponent's game. it's hard to dictate against him. despite his mobility issues, it's hard to beat him.
6) Fabrice Santoro - he's called the magician for a reason.
7) Marat Safin - Marat's Marat. need i say more?
8) Guillermo Coria - lack of power but his speed is amazing!
9) Roger Federer - his game is stunning, but his lack of emotion puts me off.
10) Younes El-Aynaoui - He's fun to watch because of his personality. and there'll definitely be a few brilliant shots from him when he plays.
I have to agree on all of these guys too and for all the same reasons :worship:

czech1rep
12-20-2005, 05:11 PM
Andre Agassi :worship:
Lleyton Hewitt :devil:
Radek Stepanek :tape:

Jiri Novak
Tomas Berdych
Sebastian Grosjesan
Marat Safin

GonzoFan
12-20-2005, 05:45 PM
Gonzalez
Baghdatis
Safin
Federer
Gasquet
Hewitt
Nadal
Verdasco
Santoro
Berdych

Bagelicious
12-20-2005, 08:45 PM
Santoro - go watch Fed/Santoro US open match. The crowd was cheering as though it was a soccer match, doing the wave etc. They couldn't get enough of him! Absolutely amazing, it's obvious why he's called the Magician.

Federer - obvious reasons. For those who keep insisting he has no emotion, where have you been for the last 3 Wimbledons (and the earlier part of his career)? He's cried every time he's won and it's obvious that there's a lot of pent-up pressure, just because you don't *always* see it doesn't mean it's not there.

Safin - who doesn't love this guy? While Fed's moved on from his racquet breaking days, we still have Marat when we need a fix.

Gasquet - this boy is absolutely impressive. Can you fall in love with a backhand? I have.

missbungle
12-21-2005, 03:06 AM
Labadze
Hewitt
Murray
Safin
Santoro
O. Rochus
Baghdatis
El Anyaoui
Roddick
Gonzalez

silverwhite
12-21-2005, 03:11 AM
Mathieu should be in there, never a dull moment when he's around :p

For all the wrong reasons, most of the time. :o

silverwhite
12-21-2005, 03:16 AM
4- PHM - :rolleyes: As Adam said, never a dull moment, mostly I want to strangle him but when he's on like vs Roddick in Montreal, incredible :hearts: :inlove:


:lol:

Billabong
12-21-2005, 03:27 AM
In no specific order:

-Safin
-Ferrero
-Guga
-Federer
-Agassi
-Murray
-Gaudio
-Hewitt
-Haas
-Robredo

Deboogle!.
12-21-2005, 03:48 AM
interesting topic :D No particular order and basically for the reasons others have said...well, I have 11, not 10 :p

Roddick
Blake
Bryans
El-Aynaoui
Nadal
Safin
Haas
Verdasco
Baghdatis
Clement
Gasquet (I could watch his backhand alone all day long :p)

mandoura
12-21-2005, 04:26 AM
In alphabetical order and I'll make it a dozen:

Baghdatis
Blake
Coria
El-Aynaoui
Federer
Gasquet
Kuerten
Murray
Nadal
Roddick
Safin
Santoro

mangoes
12-21-2005, 04:38 AM
1. Roger
2. Nadal
3. Agassi
4. Gasquet
5. Safin
6. Coria
7. Ljubicic
8. Gonzo
9. Moya
10. Hewitt

Honorable Mentions: Santoro, Guga

Tricky_Forehand
12-21-2005, 09:48 AM
-Alex Bogomolov, when he's winning and things are going his way :lol:

:)...still a compliment (sort of... ;) )

While I'm here...

1) Alex Bogomolov (yes, I'm biased :D )
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2) Marcos Baghdatis
3) Rafael Nadal
4) Gaston Gaudio
5) David Nalbandian
6) Nicolas Kiefer
7) Marat Safin (though not a favorite in his style of play, his personality is entertaining)
8) Nicolas Massu
9) Fernando Gonzalez
10) got nothing

Icecold
12-21-2005, 10:06 AM
Gasquet, Safin, Federer = my top 3, Shotmakers!

Nadal= its fun to see him run after every ball during hours but his shots are not as impressive as the ones of the my top 3

Berdych, Djokovic

Bubba08
12-21-2005, 03:54 PM
Safin no doubt :worship:

Deboogle!.
12-21-2005, 03:58 PM
In alphabetical order and I'll make it a dozen:

Baghdatis
Blake
Coria
El-Aynaoui
Federer
Gasquet
Kuerten
Murray
Nadal
Roddick
Safin
SantoroOhhhhhh alphabetical order. How diplomatic of you :lol:

AgassiDomination
12-21-2005, 03:59 PM
:lol:

mandoura
12-21-2005, 04:33 PM
Ohhhhhh alphabetical order. How diplomatic of you :lol:

It's safer Deb ;) . I am getting older and sometimes I can't keep up with MTF's young guns :unsure: . :lol:

Peoples
12-21-2005, 08:22 PM
No particular order!

1.Gonzalez
2.Gonzalez
3.Gonzalez
4.Gonzalez
5.Gonzalez
6.Gonzalez
7.Gonzalez
8.Gonzalez
9.Gonzalez
10.Gonzalez

Sparko1030
12-22-2005, 05:23 AM
No particular order!

1.Gonzalez
2.Gonzalez
3.Gonzalez
4.Gonzalez
5.Gonzalez
6.Gonzalez
7.Gonzalez
8.Gonzalez
9.Gonzalez
10.Gonzalez

:rocker: I like your 'choices' there Peoples! He really is fun to watch (the few times I was able to see him on TV that is!). I might add a few others for myself in addition to Fena:

2. Massu
3. Nadal
4. Blake
5. Baghdatis
6. Safin
7. Coria
8. Agassi
9. Nalbandian
10.Gaudio

Peta Pan
12-22-2005, 08:41 AM
NOT in order

Ljubicic
Pavel
Gaudio
Gasquet
Santoro
Federer
Grosjean
Baghdatis
Berdych
Nadal

I really love watching good one-handed backhands so they tend to feature prominently :)

TheMightyFed
12-22-2005, 09:38 AM
Federer
Santoro
Baghdatis
Monfils
Grosjean
Gasquet
Nadal
Blake
Agassi
Sanguinetti

Deea
12-22-2005, 09:58 AM
1. Marat - of course...who else can put on such a show??? Plus, nobody knows the art of breaking raquets better than him!!! ;)
2. Hewitt - he simply cracks me up with his C'mons! :lol:
3. Nadal - the way he runs after every ball and the magic saves that he does...:inlove:
4. Agassi - forever respect!
5. Coria - i love it when he stuns everybody with his shots
6. Berdych - what a backhand! :eek:
7. Andreev - you never know when he decides to win the match
8. Baghdatis - he's got a great game
9. Gaudio - he's so fun when he starts throwing his raquet :haha:
10. Santoro - i loved the match with federer in the USO this year! That's entertainment! :cool:

GonzoFan
12-22-2005, 02:59 PM
No particular order!

1.Gonzalez
2.Gonzalez
3.Gonzalez
4.Gonzalez
5.Gonzalez
6.Gonzalez
7.Gonzalez
8.Gonzalez
9.Gonzalez
10.Gonzalez

:lol: great choices, Peoples! :yeah:

mongo
12-22-2005, 04:47 PM
In no particular order

Safin
Sanguinetti
Santoro
Arazi
Gaudio
Gonzalez
El Aynaoui
Mathieu
Gasquet
Dent
Haas
Baghadtis
Malisse

MissMoJo
12-22-2005, 04:54 PM
NOT in order

Ljubicic
Pavel
Gaudio
Gasquet
Santoro
Federer
Grosjean
Baghdatis
Berdych
Nadal

I really love watching good one-handed backhands so they tend to feature prominently :)
hmmm.....the conversion is almost complete :D :p

suomi
12-22-2005, 06:23 PM
Without any order:
Coria
Richie Gasquet
PHM
Grosjean
Santoro
Monfils
Llodra
Berdych
Safin
Nadal

Oh 6 french ... :lol: but they're great players! ;)

El Legenda
12-22-2005, 06:38 PM
No particular order!

1.Gonzalez
2.Gonzalez
3.Gonzalez
4.Gonzalez
5.Gonzalez
6.Gonzalez
7.Gonzalez
8.Gonzalez
9.Gonzalez
10.Gonzalez


can you also use 1st name. there is alot of Gonzalez on ATPtennis.com data base :rolls: :yeah:
http://www.atptennis.com/en/players/playerprofiles/default2.asp?playersearch=Gonzalez

Truc
12-22-2005, 07:03 PM
Greatest entertainment for me: a very heated match with Hewitt or Coria. Hewitt's run at the AO with all the antics and the drama against Blake and Chela was a highlight of 2005.
Gaudio cracks me up too with his crazy reactions.
Safin.
Malisse...

For the shotmaking only, not for the attitude on the court, I enjoy watching a lot of Frenchies like Gasquet, Santoro, Grosjean...

On the other hand, I have a problem with many players who are supposed to be great entertainers like El Aynaoui, Baghdatis or Noah, Becker in the past... It's too much show for me, I just feel irritated then.