Tennis and Cricket enthusiast.
Formula-1 and MotoGP fan.
I have included these two lines in my (high school format) résumé. I want to depict the idea that I know most of the rules of Tennis and Cricket. On the other hand, I love watching Formula-1 and MotoGP races, but do not know all the rules of the game. I do not want the interviewer to get the wrong idea that I know everything about all the mentioned things.
I searched the meanings of the words and these were the results:
enthusiast - a person who is very interested in a particular activity or subject. Source
aficionado - a person who is very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about an activity, subject, or pastime. Source
fan - a person who has a strong interest in or admiration for a particular person or thing. Source
What prevented me from using the word aficionado is that it means someone who is knowledgeable. I won't consider myself on that level yet. Hence my question, are the two statements above idiomatically correct? Or should I consider opting for other alternatives? Also please do mention those alternatives.