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I cannot stand Roger Federer, what about you?

I cannot stand Roger Federer, what about you? Topic: Game case stand
June 16, 2019 / By Aldous
Question: He has to be the most arrogant pee or I see kay to have ever graced the game of professional tennis. With his permanent contemptuous, imperious scowl as he strides around the tennis court like some tyrannical emperor, nothing gives me more pleasure than to see this hubristic self loving egomaniac tasting defeat at the hands of humble players like Nadal, Murray and Roddick, who have all beaten him in recent times. Tell me I'm not the only person who feels this way, I was literally praying for Roddick to beat him yesterday. Bry - take your own advice honey - how can YOU say that about someone YOU don't know - ie ME. Hypocrite? The raging monkey needs to evolve into a human methinks, what an idiot ;) Johnny, less of the trite cliches you unoriginal bore ZZZzzz... Swordsman would obviously like to take Federer up the a s s... lol! ;) Has the guy EVER smiled on court? Even ONCE? He told Nadals's family while playing, to 'Shut up' for daring to cheer their man on, needless to say Federer was being beaten at the time. He slagged off Murray as well after Murray had beaten him for the second time in three meetings, what a sore loser. He is a sore loser Alex WHEN he loses, which is rare of course, I suppose when you're so used to winning it's gonna hurt that much more. Anyone remember him disrespectfully sticking his index finger up as if to say 'I'm no. 1' after he defeated an injured Nadal in the Madrid Open a few weeks back? Nadal of course was the world number 1 at the time, and will be again when he comes back from injury and starts whipping Fed a new one again ;). I don't hate him Charlie, I don't hate anyone, don't put words in my mouth.
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Tahnee Tahnee | 7 days ago
i only like watching him for his game, and that is all i like about him. i can not stand this arrogant and self-centred person, look at his wimbledon outfits, what an attention seeker [2007 was the blazer with the 4 racquets, and this year he had his gay trenchcoat on LOL], he looks like a right douche, someone should tell him in case he decides to wear a skirt for next year. i remember once he had the nerve to say that he could beat a 34 year old agassi not even playing at his best and that the same 34 year old agassi would have to play his best to beat him, i HATED him for that and i still do, i just laughed when he lost in the next match to safin. hated how he pointed up his index finger when he beat nadal at madrid, so disrespectful, i wonder how the hell does he win the Sportsmanship Award every year? when lets see, murray beat him in doha and djokovic beat him in miami, and both those times after he lost, did not even shake hands with the umpire, sore loser piece of crap, and not to mention how he said to roddick 'i know how u feel' when he beat him at wimbledon, wth, he won 14 grand slams before that and roddick only had 1, yeh sure what a punk, he thinks the whole world revolves around him, it is really really sad to see. and get this, before wimbledon this year, he also said quote 'regaining my wimbledon crown', excuse me, MY wimbledon crown?, can one get any more self-centred? what an arrogant piece of trash, im so disappointed that he now has broken the record, he will be even more arrogant, thumbing his BIG nose down at the other players. ok my rant is over, and yeh i really dislike him now after the way he behaved at the wimbledon trophy presentation and his stupid '15' jacket, before that, i had forgiven him for all the stuff he has done, but now i just want rafa to kick his butt once more, well add in anyone else who will beat fed, i would love to see that, he deserves it after all the snide comments he makes about other players. and forget about this GOAT business, i will say he is one of the greatest players, but he is not THE greatest. i just loved how djokovic pissed him off last year and he responded by acting like the sook we all know he is when he loses. i used to be his fan, but i have noticed that he has the mentality of a spoilt child, crying and whinging about every little thing when he loses, refuses to credit the opponents, he just pees me off now. end of rant, haha feels good to let this crap out.
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Tahnee Originally Answered: I cannot stand Roger Federer, what about you?
i only like watching him for his game, and that is all i like about him. i can not stand this arrogant and self-centred person, look at his wimbledon outfits, what an attention seeker [2007 was the blazer with the 4 racquets, and this year he had his gay trenchcoat on LOL], he looks like a right douche, someone should tell him in case he decides to wear a skirt for next year. i remember once he had the nerve to say that he could beat a 34 year old agassi not even playing at his best and that the same 34 year old agassi would have to play his best to beat him, i HATED him for that and i still do, i just laughed when he lost in the next match to safin. hated how he pointed up his index finger when he beat nadal at madrid, so disrespectful, i wonder how the hell does he win the Sportsmanship Award every year? when lets see, murray beat him in doha and djokovic beat him in miami, and both those times after he lost, did not even shake hands with the umpire, sore loser piece of crap, and not to mention how he said to roddick 'i know how u feel' when he beat him at wimbledon, wth, he won 14 grand slams before that and roddick only had 1, yeh sure what a punk, he thinks the whole world revolves around him, it is really really sad to see. and get this, before wimbledon this year, he also said quote 'regaining my wimbledon crown', excuse me, MY wimbledon crown?, can one get any more self-centred? what an arrogant piece of trash, im so disappointed that he now has broken the record, he will be even more arrogant, thumbing his BIG nose down at the other players. ok my rant is over, and yeh i really dislike him now after the way he behaved at the wimbledon trophy presentation and his stupid '15' jacket, before that, i had forgiven him for all the stuff he has done, but now i just want rafa to kick his butt once more, well add in anyone else who will beat fed, i would love to see that, he deserves it after all the snide comments he makes about other players. and forget about this GOAT business, i will say he is one of the greatest players, but he is not THE greatest. i just loved how djokovic pissed him off last year and he responded by acting like the sook we all know he is when he loses. i used to be his fan, but i have noticed that he has the mentality of a spoilt child, crying and whinging about every little thing when he loses, refuses to credit the opponents, he just pees me off now. end of rant, haha feels good to let this crap out.

Reeta Reeta
I am getting to the point that I cannot stand him. Yes he's an awesome player but he seems to be mean IMO. Every time someone comes even close to beating him his face becomes more and more like an angry animal. I wanted Roddick to beat Federer so bad. And why does Federer always feel the need to say, he went through it as well, referring to losing matches. It's like he is still bitter. Roddick seemed to be a bit mad that he lost and looked at Federer like he was a greedy bast.lol
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Michayla Michayla
Yes, I can stand him. I love the game he plays, he's the artist in the midst of hundreds of other cookie cutter players with power and two-handed backhands. In my eyes, he saved the game of tennis from it's monotonousness. There are some people who cannot stand him, mostly for personal reasons. There are 100 X more people who love him for lot's of reasons. It's impossible for everyone to like him. Just enjoy his game, believe me it's very very special and when he retires you won't see a Federer ever. You'll see many Murrays, Verdascos, Nadals, Davydenkos, Tsongas, Del Potros and Djokovic coming your way, because they're built off of the same template.
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Lex Lex
I respectfully disagree with you. He is a very gracious champion, an arrogant guy would have disregarded Roddick altogether after the Final but he and Andy actually hugged. And as for being cocky and arrogant, he is as far from it as the best player ever can be. He always gives credit to his opponents. When reporters ask him questions like "how does it feel to be the greatest tennis player ever?" it is impossible for him not to give himself credit. What is he supposed to say, "I guess I got lucky, I'm not actually that good". Anyone that is the best in a sport will seem cocky whether or not they really are, i.e. Tom Brady. I believe he is one of the classiest champions in sports today, and I hope that you can stop hating him.
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Judie Judie
There's nothing wrong with Federer, seems like a pretty decent guy. Singling him out when there are plenty on arrogant knobs on tour like roddick and djokovic makes me think maybe you are just a sore loser.
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Gina Gina
Sure he works hard - same us all - but is his complete arrogance - he is a Leo isn't he - am sorry they are b.....s - so there you go - can't stand to lose - have that superior complex - just don't like him ok
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