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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.
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.
As though Lindsay was some delicate flower herself. She would say anything about anybody, but she did it with a smile. I felt very bad for the official that got kicked by David. Sam does have those guns--just like Rafa (when will these people be outed for PEDs?
Some people liked it because of the drama but to me she came across as very insecure and bratty. Although, I'm sure that some part of the nickname was inspired by her bulbous, movie screen forehead. The man looked shocked, and was SUPER pissed when he walked off of the court with blood dripping down his leg. )R34 that "objective" analysis of lack of sportsmanship is pathetic if that's the best you can do.
That will probably be the case again tomorrow, but I'm really hoping that he can take a 5-hour Energy and really take it to Roger.[quote]So in my book, he deserves a different level of disdain - since I do think he is gay. but what if Gasquet isn't gay despite what you believe? He was kind of an arrogant prick when he was younger, but seems to have matured over the years. I and the others that think Gasquet is gay may well be wrong. And since I don't know, I'm not saying that I hold any bad feelings toward him. I'm just saying that he would be worthy of some wrath if he actually is gay vs. He had many incidents that would disprove the gentleman image but they were ignored.
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 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.
I think Nole is a nice guy but I can't stand how he celebrates his wins (e.g., when he tore his shirt off after winning the US Open). I do, however, think Nole exhibits better sportsmanship than that petulant little Federer. He was clearly pissed at Roddick for things he'd said about him.
A personal tiff with Roddick 5 years ago should not be used to forever characterize Djokovic as an "ungracious winner". I really miss tennisplayers like: Mc Enroe, Agassi, Becker, Ivanisevic, Rafter, etc.