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Old 04-17-2008, 05:24 PM   #13
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Default Re: What seems to be the problem?

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Originally Posted by emilie View Post
I think the reason of all this stuff is that Richard is unhappy in his life. According to his interview he gave to L'equipe, he feels sad that people do not like him.
He can become depressive if this situation continues. Maybe, it would be better for him to stop playing tennis as a professionnal.
You cannot compare him to other players as he was a gifted child. The media know him since he is 9 years old. I have read some books about gifted child and they are very often very fragile and different.
I do not know what is the best for him but i prefer him to stop playing tennis than to continue and suffer all his carrier like this.
I didn't know he was unhappy with his life. What makes him think people do not like him? (People criticize him including spectators and posters but Nadal and Djokovic gets that too). I think he needs a therapist instead of just quitting tennis.
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