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Old 02-01-2009, 10:57 PM   #100
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Default Re: Fed's tears justified?

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Originally Posted by Chris Seahorse View Post
I think you are missing the point. Few people are criticising Roger for crying. What criticism there is, is about whether the crying was occuring at an appropiate time.

Err...you cannot always control at what time and at what place you start to cry....

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I'm far from being a Federer-fan (I sometimes find his interviews arrogant and his gamestyle doesn't appeal to me) but for me, seeing him cry when he just was denied a Slam record and after he lost anothe Slam final to his main rival was really no big deal...if anything it made him look human and sensitive and that is not a bad thing!

So the answer is a BIG FAT YES.
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