Nothing polite about not fistpumping, just shows you're not an expressive guy or you just don't care. I don't know, Gulbis perhaps? Federer used to be an emotionless machine in his 'peak' years, but he's become a bit more expressive and emotional since he's gotten some real competition.
With the amount of hate inside you I would've thought you would've kept better notice of the man filling your mind every moment. It's exactly the opposite, 2005 Federer is much, much more expressive than the one of recent years.
Nadal of course. He and Djokovic are by far the most likeable members in top 4.
Originally Posted by Matt01
As a knowledgable tennis fan (unlike some people here), I can tell you exactly that. There are tennis players who have problems with playing indoor tennis because of the different lights, different sounds etc. compared to outdoors and Nadal is obvioulsy one of those players.
Not fist pumping is as bad as Nadull who fist pumps after his opponent serves a double.
Lol. Noserertard talking about fist pumping on errors. Noserer yells "c'mon" or girly "allez" on his opponent's errors plenty of time. Time to stop being such a fangirl and realize that your God isn't such a perfect being after all
Young Federer is not peak Federer. Young Federer was very emotional, and got angry very quickly, but Roger phased that out of his game when he became more mature. He even said himself that he went too far in this, and needed to show more emotion again (was in an interview with him a while back on tv, don't know when exactly).
Good luck trying to find a player that NEVER does one of those things. Out of all the players, peak Federer definitely was one of the guys who showed the least emotion on court
I'm talking about the part I bolded.. That part was the more asinine comment of yours.