Submitted by karim 1028d ago | news

Federer: Messi shows nice guys can win

Roger Federer has said that Lionel Messi's success is proof that 'nice guys' do not always finish last.

The world number two tennis player believes that both his and the Barcelona star's respective accolades means that it is not always necessary to be disliked in order to succeed. (Barcelona, Lionel Andrés Messi, Spanish Primera Division)

karim  +   1030d ago
Roger first showed that!
PaPa-Slam  +   1027d ago
Well said.

Both are easily one of the finest roll models, in recent times.
Corepred4  +   1028d ago
Didn't this guy kick the ball at fans and "punch" a guy in the back? Lol nice guy otherwise I guess.
rDrkja  +   1028d ago
Shows he is also human who gets frustrated and angry like the rest of us... otherwise nice guy.
PaPa-Slam  +   1027d ago
Mistakes were made, the important thing is that he learned from it.

I hope he did.

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