Swearing doesn't bother me. However, what does bother me is following:
1. Murray swearing /moaning when an opponent hits an ace or a winner that is unreturnable.
2. Murray clutching his leg whenever he's losing and then when his starts winning the leg is fine. Sometimes, literally he'd lose a point, clutch his leg and make a face like he's in pain, when he wins the next point and he's like "come on!")
3. Speaking of 'come on', what really annoys me about Andy is when he shouts "come on" after his opponent double faults or makes an unforced error.
Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal
David Ferrer - Leyton Hewitt - David Nalbandian - Marcos Baghdatis - Janko Tipsarevic - Tommy Haas
Yeah, like ogbg, I was wondering what Djoko was saying during his outburst in the 2nd set? He was intense and I assume it was "worse" than Murray's "fuck"s after every lost point.
I think it's hypocritical to get only on Murray for this.
Murray's swearing doesn't really bother me as much as the mopey attitude when things don't go his way.
Being a long time Tommy Haas fan I don't even notice Murray swearing because Tommy has been swearing for years it's just that it is in German And I hate Murray's mopey attitude myself and I'm a fan of his!
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