So at least he's not a bad loser. It was just his interview after Wimbledon that annoyed me. "I come to place and I win and it is brilliant" or something like that.
lol going to put my thoughts in here, seeing as i've been out all evening.....
surely the whole point of tennis players going to tennis tournaments is to win - they have to have some inspiration to turn up and play their best tennis. so he wins and its brilliant. yes it is - hes achieved his aim, and proved what fantastic tennis he can play - surely you can allow him to be proud of his performance.
he's always polite and complementary of the other players, he always takes time to do interviews and tv slots - remember that stupid behind the scenes thing the beeb had him doing this year? he even seems to take time to talk to rookies - something thats behind the scenes when no-one else is looking.
he plays fantastic tennis, but hes rarely rude, rarely loses his temper. surely this is the image tennis wants from a number one.
and yes he is number one - and yes he should be proud of it. theres no point in him saying that hes not the favourite when he is - look at his record, theres no-one even close to him. and its not as if hes hasn't had to work damn hard to get where he is - think of how much pressure hes under to maintain his number one position.
anyway, just my thoughts
(also, julias right - he is much sexier this year