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Default MTF 2012 Most Disliked Players of all time. 1. Nadal, 2. Tomic 3. Murray

This thread is back again and will be open to around 27th December and you are allowed to include either active or retired players.

So this means any player who is currently active on the ATP can be voted. If voters want to give reasons, then that's cool, if not, then they don't have to.

Here is how the points will be distributed.

#1 = 10
#2 = 9
#3 = 8
#4 = 7
#5 = 6
#6 = 5
#7= 4
#8= 3
#9 = 2
#10= 1

Voting for the same player 10x will only count as 1 vote. Also at least 5 players should be named or it won't be counted., no that does not mean same person 5 times

If you want to vote for the Bryan Bros and people will for sure. They will get the same points. Example if they are 1st both will get 10 points and the next one will get 8 points.

Reasons will make it more interesting to read, but not needed and no changing of votes.

No changing votes or only allowed to vote once.

Previous Winners

Code:
2006	Hewitt
2007	Djokovic
2008	Nadal
2009	Murray
2010	Nadal
2011	Nadal
2012	Nadal
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2011 Results

Code:
Rank	Prev	'+/-	Player		Country 	Pts

1	1	0	Nadal		ESP		734
2	2	0	Tomic		AUS		510
3	3	0	A.Murray	SCO		325
4	4	0	Almagro		ESP		264
5	5	0	Federer		SUI		262
6	7	1	Djokovic	SRB		260
7	6	-1	Berdych		CZE		238
8	8	0	Roddick		USA		211
9	10	1	Tipsarevic	SRB		195
10	9	-1	Fish		USA		188
11	11	0	Verdasco	ESP		180
12	12	0	Troicki		SRB		151
13	13	0	Simon		FRA		138
14	18	4	J.McEnroe	USA		120
15	15	0	Stepanek	CZE		116
16	17	1	Tsonga		FRA		107
16	22	6	Connors		USA		107
18	14	-4	Puerta		ARG		106
19	16	-3	Wilander	SWE		99
20	19	-1	Robredo		ESP		93
21	24	3	Agassi		USA		88
22	20	-2	Isner		USA		79
23	21	-2	Karlovic	CRO		78
24	26	2	Sampras 	USA		77
25	29	4	Tiriac		ROU		74
26	29	3	Davydenko	RUS		72
26	35	9	Monfils		FRA		72
28	23	-5	Young		USA		71
29	25	-4	Hewitt		AUS		69
29	26	-3	Cilic		CRO		69
31	26	-5	Granollers	ESP		63
32	32	0	Raonic		CAN		61
33	31	-2	F. Gonzalez	CHI		56
34	37	3	Chela		ARG		55
35	32	-3	Söderling	SWE		54
36	34	-2	Ferrer		ESP		53
36	39	3	Del Potro	ARG		53
38	35	-3	Monaco		ARG		52
39	54	15	Brad Gilbert	USA		47
40	38	-2	Gulbis		LAT		46
41	41	0	F.Lopez		ESP		43
42	40	-2	Nalbandian	ARG		41
43	42	-1	Rusedski	ENG		40
44	47	3	Koellerer	AUT		39
44	49	5	Tarango		USA		39
46	42	-4	Cañas		ARG		38
47	44	-3	Nishikori	JPN		37
47	45	-2	Baghdatis	CYP		37
49	45	-4	Chang		USA		36
50	47	-3	Wawrinka	SUI		35
50	51	1	Rios		CHI		35
52	55	3	J.Blake		USA		34
53	49	-4	Clement		FRA		33
53	57	4	Harrison	USA		33
55	57	2	Lendl		USA		32
55	62	7	Odesnik		USA		32
57	51	-6	Ivanisevic	CRO		31
57	59	2	Youzhny		RUS		31
59	51	-8	Petzschner	GER		30
60	71	11	Dolgopolov. Jr	UKR		27
61	56	-5	Ljubicic	CRO		26
61	59	-2	Gasquet		FRA		26
61	68	7	Stebe		GER		26
61	74	13	Nastase		ROU		26
65	61	-4	Fognini		ITA		23
65	62	-3	Llodra		FRA		23
67	62	-5	Bogomolov Jr	RUS		22
68	128	60	Stakhovsky	UKR		21
69	65	-4	Montañes	ESP		20
69	65	-4	Chris Rochus	BEL		20
69	65	-4	Bellucci	BRA		20
72	68	-4	Ferrero		ESP		19
72	68	-4	Haas		GER		19
72	89	17	Cash		AUS		19
75	71	-4	Korda		CZE		18
75	71	-4	Volandri	ITA		18
77	74	-3	Dimitrov	BUL		17
77	74	-3	Querrey		USA		17
77	80	3	Forget		FRA		17
80	77	-3	Bogmolov	RUS		16
80	77	-3	Krajicek	NED		16
80	77	-3	Melzer		AUT		16
80	107	27	Hanescu		ROU		16
84	80	-4	Courier		USA		15
84	80	-4	Safin		RUS		15
84	100	16	Spadea		USA		15
87	83	-4	Malisse		BEL		14
87	83	-4	Coria		ARG		14
87	83	-4	Gimelstob	USA		14
90	86	-4	Bryan Brothers	USA		13
90	86	-4	Kuerten		BRA		13
90	86	-4	Benneteau	FRA		13
93	89	-4	Massu		CHI		12
93	89	-4	Bruguera	ESP		12
93	89	-4	Henman		ENG		12
93	114	21	Boris Becker	GER		12
97	93	-4	Russell		USA		11
98	94	-4	Devvarman	IND		10
98	94	-4	Noah		FRA		10
98	94	-4	Gaudio		ARG		10
98	94	-4	Mecir		SVK		10
98	94	-4	Gerulaitis	USA		10
98	94	-4	Zverev		GER		10
104	100	-4	De La Pena	ARG		9
104	100	-4	Masur		AUT		9
104	100	-4	Solomon		USA		9
104	100	-4	Sela		ISR		9
104	100	-4	Brands		GER		9
104	100	-4	Paes		IND		9
110	107	-3	Winogradsky	FRA		8
110	107	-3	Seppi		ESP		8
110	107	-3	P.McEnroe	USA		8
110	107	-3	Barazzuti	ITA		8
110	107	-3	A.Costa		ESP		8
110	107	-3	T. Martin	USA		8
116	114	-2	De Voest	RSA		7
116	114	-2	Rosol		CZE		7
116	114	-2	Björkman	SWE		7
116	114	-2	Kohlschreiber	GER		7
116	114	-2	Lorenzi		ITA		7
121	120	-1	Golubev		KAZ		6
121	120	-1	Serra		FRA		6
121	120	-1	Haase		NED		6
121	120	-1	Gicquel		FRA		6
121	120	-1	Andreev		RUS		6
121	120	-1	Muster		AUT		6
121	120	-1	Tursunov	RUS		6
121	120	-1	Capdeville	CHI		6
121	158	37	Goffin		FRA		6
130	128	-2	Santoro		FRA		5
130	128	-2	Pashanski	SRB		5
130	128	-2	Vassallo Arguello	ARG	5
130	128	-2	Zivojinovic	SRB		5
130	128	-2	Dodig		CRO		5
130	128	-2	Kafelnikov	RUS		5
130	128	-2	Gabashvili	RUS		5
130	128	-2	Nieminen	FIN		5
138	137	-1	Gil		POR		4
138	137	-1	Vliegen		BEL		4
138	137	-1	de Bakker	NED		4
138	137	-1	Hajek		CZE		4
138	137	-1	Kubot		POL		4
138	137	-1	D.Lloyd		ENG		4
138	137	-1	Clavet		ESP		4
138	137	-1	Groth		AUS		4
138	137	-1	Kukushkin	KAZ		4
147	146	-1	The Poo		AUS		3
147	146	-1	Ulihrach	CZE		3
147	146	-1	Muñoz-de la Nava	ESP	3
147	146	-1	Stich		GER		3
147	146	-1	Garcia Lopez	ESP		3
147	146	-1	Marach		AUT		3
147	146	-1	Lu		TPE		3
154	153	-1	Berger		USA		2
154	153	-1	Darcis		BEL		2
154	153	-1	Kiefer		GER		2
154	153	-1	Corretja	ESP		2
154	153	-1	M.Norman	SWE		2
154	153	-1	Carlsson	SWE		2
154	153	-1	Lacko		SVK		2
161	160	-1	Vilas		ARG		1
161	160	-1	Tanner		USA		1
161	160	-1	Ginepri		USA		1
161	160	-1	Novikov		USA		1
161	160	-1	Berankis	LTU		1
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On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


Wilander on Dimitrov - "He has mind set on imitating Federer and yes it looks good. But he has no idea what to do on the court".

Quote:
Originally Posted by Filo V. View Post
I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
Machado wins 6-2 6-1

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