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Old 17-07-2013, 18:06
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I always thought Henman was very attractive and was surprised he didn't get more endorsements than he did
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Old 17-07-2013, 19:55
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I always thought Henman was very attractive and was surprised he didn't get more endorsements than he did
Bar the yellow, crooked teeth.

The model look is usually the manufactured flashing, perfect white toothed smile. Like this: I suppose they could have airbushed his teeth white.
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Old 17-07-2013, 21:27
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Bar the yellow, crooked teeth.

The model look is usually the manufactured flashing, perfect white toothed smile. Like this: I suppose they could have airbushed his teeth white.
They easily could have.
Henman came across as the quintessential english gentleman...a sort of James Bond if you like.
He was certainly more marketable than Murray but they clearly missed a trick
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Old 17-07-2013, 21:38
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They easily could have.
Henman came across as the quintessential english gentleman...a sort of James Bond if you like.
He was certainly more marketable than Murray but they clearly missed a trick
Don't agree, Henman was a fairly boring rather predictable bland person from his looks, background and tennis.
Andys tennis development and background is a bit more edgy and interesting which is why it has grabbed so many peoples imagination.
I think he is actually a good looking lad. Not handsome in the Beckam mould but good looking in a rugged Scottish sort of way
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Old 17-07-2013, 23:40
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They easily could have.
Henman came across as the quintessential english gentleman...a sort of James Bond if you like.
He was certainly more marketable than Murray but they clearly missed a trick
He just wasn't top 5 material though, which is where the big advertising bucks are (except in women's tennis where looks seem to matter more in advertising).
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