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Old 11-15-2012, 12:15 AM   #54
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Default Re: Rank the Classiness of the top 10 from most class to least class

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Originally Posted by StatRacket View Post
What's wrong with Tsonga?
I don't like him and that affects my judgement. It has a lot to do it his whole relationship and history with Nole. I never liked him. And I think he lacks sportsmanship in some circumstances, I really do.

As for Nole, and before I have to justify myself to any fellow Djoko fan, he is adorable to my eyes , but I don't have to like everything he does. For instance the ripping off shirt in the AO final, that was lack of class, explained by the rush of adrenaline, but still unnecessary. He is still adorable, though. And the most gracious in defeat.

For me Delpo is too boring, but he represents the epitome of sportsmanship and class.
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