There are no athletes I don’t like.
There are some that can be difficult. There are some that I don’t connect with naturally. If I were magically a 21-year-old college student again, there are some I wouldn’t be friends with. But no, there isn’t a single one I don’t like.
“Not likable” is a label the mind applies to another person. Has the label ever been helpful to completing the task at hand?
Here’s the point that’s often missed: you don’t need to be a coach to have this perspective.