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And, for some reason, I would like to get very, very nasty (the hell with proper etiquette) with Juan Monaco (do not ask! In the game where Fed served for the match, Djokovic also mocked the crowd and Fed by repeatedly striking his frame to ridicule the crowd cheering a great shot by Fed (Yes, Fed did frame a shot earlier in the rally.)"r21 - Wasn't that Hingis who called Mauresmo "half a man?
" Davenport is no delicate flower herself.r23 - I didn't know that about Mauresmo needing extra security. I wouldn't have thought she'd be well known enough in the States to attract the attention of the crazies.
And side note - according to his website, he's practicing now and hoping to be back playing in the coming months. I'm excited about the Tommy Haas/Fed final tomorrow.
Tommy was playing well in Paris, but really looked like he tired out. He will be ranked ~ 59 by reaching the final, and would re-enter the top 50 with a won over Federer in the final. Nole pouts and whines about something as simple as the crowd cheering for his opponent. Fed got away with that perfect gentleman thing for a very long time.
The most obnoxious was claiming that a "trained" professional would not take a risky shot on match point and just swing at the ball and that Nole was "lucky" to win. Christina Mc Hale kept it together and pulled it out. Kvitova, Stosur, and Radwanska all out in the first round too...
R42-you don't seem to understand the rules of the game, but etiquette is supremely important in tennis, there are very strict rules.
Davenport said about Mauresmo that "it was like playing a man" out there, or something to that effect, in reference to how hard Amelie hit. I watched that match, and no one with a brain would think Nole was being a bad sport taking his time in an exhausting match.
She called Amelie and apologized after the remark was pounced on by the media. The crowd didn't seem to think he did anything seriously offensive either, and in fact, he didn't - he knew after his one incident at the Open years earlier he wanted to be on their best side. Regarding that very match, it was Roger who received substantial criticism for his pissy unsportsmanlike attitude after the match. Loving that Wozinacki is out in the first round at Eastbourne.
It is so painfully obvious that Gasquet and Stosur are gay but they won't come out because they fear a loss of sponsorship and support...which is a real shame in 2012.
The Argentinian has the typical BDF, I am sure only highly expert bottoms could accommodate that huge piece of man meat. I haven't seen him "pout" more than any other player in such a situation. I was being nice by calling it whining."With Federer serving for the match in the fifth set, Djokovic stopped play to go to the back wall and dance up and down, waving to encourage the crowd to cheer.
Nadal has a very pretty one, thick and perfectly long. Berdych (many years of Bel Ami DVD watching), a long, uncut, delicious piece of meat.... Murray seems like he is packing a big piece, probably Tsonga also.... Andy Roddick and Andy Murray are pretty horrible about it, and Nole does nothing at that level. Then, with Federer still standing ready to serve, Djokovic strolled slowly back to the far, back corner to towel off.""Djokovic did his usual stalling route throughout the match dribbling the ball over 14 times per serve -- and then slowing down more on pressure points.
But even if she'd stayed in the closet, she still wouldn't have had the sponsorship opportunities of Sharapova.
Boy, I like Nalby, but I'm really disappointed in what went down yesterday.
They are so politically correct nowadays, back then everyone had an opinion and wasn't afraid to speak out.