Does Federer deserve all his Sportsmanship awards when he only can acts nice when he wins?

The point is, Federer was all nice and sporty when he was winning 95% of the time. It doesn't take much sportsmanship character to be nice when you're always winning. The true test of sportsmanship comes when you start to lose. Clearly, Federer does not take his loses with much class at all. He insults... show more The point is, Federer was all nice and sporty when he was winning 95% of the time. It doesn't take much sportsmanship character to be nice when you're always winning. The true test of sportsmanship comes when you start to lose. Clearly, Federer does not take his loses with much class at all. He insults other players and blame his loses on everything from the Sun to Pluto and never credits his opponent. Not that Federer is the only one who does it, but he is definitely the only one who does it and still gets a sportsmanship award!

"A true test of character comes at your most difficult times"
Update: Daniel, I'm not gonna take it up with anyone. I'm just asking your opinion on whether or not "YOU" think he deserves the awards, not the players.
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