The men’s tennis world has finally been united under a common belief: Novak Djokovic is a gaping vagina. Roger Federer, a man as prone to controversy as American cheese or particle board, criticized Djokovic for retiring in the heat against Andy Roddick:
“He’s not a guy who’s never given up before … it’s disappointing,” said Federer… “I’m almost in favor of saying, you know what, if you’re not fit enough, just get out of here. If Novak were up two sets to love I don’t think he would have retired 4-0 down in the fourth [set].”
Dude, you just got called a pussy… by a tennis player! BURN! This will no doubt be added to Djokovic’s legacy of quitting:
In 2006, Djokovic retired from his French Open quarterfinal against Rafael Nadal after losing the first two sets. In 2007 he abandoned his Wimbledon semifinal contest against Nadal, blaming a toe blister.
Djokovic’s habit of calling for a trainer on court has often irked his opponents… Last September at the U.S. Open, an exasperated Roddick said of him, “He’s either quick to call a trainer or he’s the most courageous guy of all time.”
Roddick, by the way, lost his semifinal match to Federer last night (or later tonight? weird Australia time), 6-2, 7-5, 7-5. But at least he didn’t QUIT! U-S-A! U-S-A!