Originally Posted by jcrich
With respect Candide, I don't think that this is true. Djokovic has more of a sense of humour than either Rafa or Roger. He comes across well in interviews.
Thanks for your analysis.
I don't know what it is but Djokovic to me is just so unappealing. Frankly I don't give much interest to what sportsmen say in interviews; after all their head is primarily occupated with the one thing they do best. So maybe I should watch Djokovic more outside the court, but I certainly don't like the way he acts during a match. All this shouting, grimacing, clenching his fist etc.? Maybe this compromises my expectation of gentleman-tennis and noble control of affects.
Only today I searched for a name I knew well in days gone by, a name that had slipped out of my memory. Now I ask you, jcrich
, you as a British, wether you remember Greg Rusedski (certainly you do) and if you have ever accepted him who was born in Canada as "British" tennis pro?