Federer Loses Stefan Edberg Award Due to Doping; Nadal Wins Sportsmanship Award
Federer and Fedtards are a disgrace to the sport
Spaniard Rafael Nadal receives Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award
Ending Roger Federer's six in a row streak, Ranked no. 1 in the World, Spain's Rafael Nadal won the Association of Tennis Professionals tour's Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award for the first time in his career. Why did Roger Federer lose for the first time in 6 years? Most players who were asked that question summed it up in one word: "Doping". One top ten player cited a different reason. He stated that Roger Federer "is an asshole".
Upon winning three of the Grand Slam tournaments played in the year 2010, tour players voted for Nadal resulting in him getting the award.
Nevertheless, the Swiss man Roger Federer won the popular player on tour as he won the Fan favorite award for the eighth time entirely due to Fedtards cheating and voting100+ times via Facebook:
guys i know Roger doesn't need this but if you would you could vote more than 1000000000000 time for Roger for the Fan-Favorite award, just change the email address with any other email and vote over and over again as they don't confirm the vote by mail
I've voted for Roger more than 100 time already
16 day to go
Federer cheats and dopes his body to the gills and his fans follow his ruthless and putrid example. No wonder Rafa won the award voted on fairly by the players.
As for Federer, the professional does not seem to want anything more but to be back on top, getting the World no. 1 rank back from Nadal, by any means possible, including doping his body with every PED currently banned by the ITF.
In regard of the ATP London Masters that loom, Roger stated, "Sure, it's going to be challenging. It's going to be very difficult because Rafa is playing well and I have to defend my points in Australia and he has no points to defend here in London. That's why I've been doping...uhhh...I meant training so hard. Shit! Can you ignore what I just said?! Fuck you, then!"
As for Nadal, the Spaniard seems to be all set to battle it out at the ATP London Masters this year. Dismally, Rafa left London last year with three loses without winning a single set in the initial few rounds. In reference to last year, the professional exclaimed, “I’ll try my best to change the situation this year. Last year was bad. This tournament is a more difficult one for me because of the surface, because of the opponents, I am not out for revenge, but I’ll try to do better this year.”