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Shouldn’t the watch be on the other freaking hand? And why are the sideburns not cleanly cut? He has lost it. Fire him now.

Posted by tennisplanet on August 11, 2010

TORONTO, ON- AUGUST 10: Paul Annacone

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11 Responses to “Shouldn’t the watch be on the other freaking hand? And why are the sideburns not cleanly cut? He has lost it. Fire him now.”

  1. Winthrop Corey said

    Since when do you wear a watch on the right hand? In Europe? And why are you so concerned with facial hair?

    • M said

      Rafa wears his ($500K) watch (that he helped design) on his right instead of left wrist sometimes.

      Is Mr. Annacone Sicilian? ‘Cause if so, I wouldn’t mess with him, TP. 😛

      • UM17 said

        Don’t we wear watches on our non-dominant hand, which would be the right for Rafa on-court?

        Somewhere around the time that my cell phone became an actual part of my anatomy, I forgot what watches were for…

      • UM17 said

        Also, “Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line!!”

      • M said

        “Don’t we wear watches on our non-dominant hand, which would be the right for Rafa on-court?”

        Yes! I’ve also seen him wear it on the left in pressers.

        “Somewhere around the time that my cell phone became an actual part of my anatomy, I forgot what watches were for…”

        LOL. 😆 To accessorize, of course!

        “Also, “Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line!!””

        Hee hee. Also, no land wars in Asia. 😛

    • Sol said

      Not even in Europe, Winthrop. We wear it on the left too. Don’t know what TP is on.

    • Bonnie said

      Agree Winthrop Corey. In proper edicate, the watch is always worn on the non-dominant hand. Reason being, when you go to look at the time, usually your dominant hand is occupied, so you would put the watch on the hand that is least used. For instance, if you are writing something and need to know the time, you’d have to stop writing to look at your watch. However, you could be writing, look at your watch if it’s on the non-dominant hand, and continue writing without having to pick your hand off the paper. If you are left handed, the watch is worn on the right hand and, vice versa, if you are right handed, the watch is worn on the left hand.

      Truthfully, I just think TP need something to comment about, and this is his lame excuse. Sorry TP, but can’t support you on this one.

  2. I am talking about those freaking slanted time numbers. Geeeeeezzzzzzz!!!! Toddlers.

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