Steve Admits "Romantic Crush" on Tennis Star Martina Hingis
March 4, 2002
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO -- As he watched televised action of
the women's State Farm Tennis Classic this weekend, Steve Garufi
admitted harboring a romantic crush on tennis star Martina
Hingis, who unfortunately lost to Serena Williams in the semifinal.
"I just really like her," explained Steve, "I really respect her as
a athlete and people usually don't cheer for her because she's not
an American. Well, I don't care … she's beautiful!"
Fearing that others would make fun of him, Steve was overwhelmed at the
many positive and empathic responses to his announcement. In fact, many in the ColoradoGuy
community appreciated Steve's boldness and were motivated to share their
Gary E. of Rochester, New York admitted having a crush on
TV anchor Shireen Sandoval. Others mentioned actors Brendan Fraser, Sean
Connery, Patrick Henry and Brad Pitt as male celebrities they admire and lust for.
According to Steve, he has been cheering for Hingis in her matches for the past year
and thoroughly enjoys watching women's tennis. He admits the women are attractive,
but claims their game is far superior to men's play.
"Men's tennis is so boring! Who even cares about the men? And who gives a rip about Pete Sampras? Who else is there?
It's so boring … Three out of five sets is way too long to watch." explained
Although Steve realizes meeting Martina Hingis is a long shot, he does not rule out
the possibility that maybe, just maybe, he could get a real-life picture with her that he could
publish on this web site. A successful tennis player himself during his undergraduate college years,
he would love to volley on a tennis court with Hingis as part of an adventure.
"I guess I'm a nobody to her and she might think I'm a psychopath or something,
but I do have a crush on her." said Steve.
Garufi will attempt to contact Hingis, but at this time, he has no idea how to do so.
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