Re: what if tennis was never invented??
Originally Posted by arm
I can see him as a diplomat
I imagine him.in a suit!
But I just can't picture him as a football player
and it's actually a compliment.
I can't picture him as a football player either. He's either a tennis player or a diplomat in my mind. Roger in a suit.
Also, what's wrong with football players?
Originally Posted by EnriqueIG8
Ferrer wanted to quit tennis when he was young because of all the hard training.
He found a job as construction worker and after 1 week quit the job and came back on his knees begging his trainer to take him back
I never knew this about him. That's hilarious and so unlike how hardworking he is on court (and probably off as well).
"But certain interests of particular people are so important that it would be wrong - morally wrong - for the community to sacrifice those interests just to secure an overall benefit. Political rights mark off and protect these particularly important interests. A political right, we may say, is a trump over the kind of trade-off argument that normally justifies political action." - Ronald Dworkin (RIP)