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Tim Henman
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June 26, 2005: "I said 'most' of Britain's tennis journalists don't know what they're talking about. A lot of people agree with me. I'm pissed off, I say it, and what happens? It's been a pain in the arse."


--British star Tim Henman, telling it like (he thinks) it is, in The Times (UK)

November 15, 2004: "Our media is probably the worst in the world. Unfortunately, that's part of our culture. When you speak to tennis journalists, you notice how little they understand. I started asking technical and tactical questions, and it was embarrassing. I was embarrassed for them. They knew nothing, they knew nothing about the game. I've never been influenced by their opinions anyway, but now we are talking tennis and they didn't know anything."
--British star Tim Henman, commenting to the Swiss press during the Basel tournament.
September 20, 2004: "Well, if you take Roddick's serve, Agassi's return, my volley, and Hewitt's speed, you've probably got a chance."
-- Tim Henman, who was routed by Roger Federer in the U.S. Open semis, when asked if anyone can challenge the Swiss superstar.





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