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Was he really concerned at all about the guy he'd just hurt?Oh, and Melanie (who I don't give a rip about, but someone that posts here sure does) had a great win over Jankovic to take the championship.
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.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.She never had the sponsor support like Maria Sharapova, who is deep in the closet.. Although they tried to get Nole to break up with his girlfriend a few years ago to focus on his tennis and he refused. Nole in person is a nice easy-going guy who really wants to be liked. The main problem is that all around him, everyone mollycoddles him. I have thought about your question long and hard.... Nalbandian is one of my favorite players and I'm hoping that this was just a really unfortunate accident - without intent.The winner (of course, in my very busy mind) has to be Del Potro. Let's see you get on court with tens of thousands people cheering your every mistake and see how much you smile. Open years ago where a bunch of obnoxious New Yorkers made his comments about the crowd seem civil, and since then, I can't recall any "whining". R27 Nole has well-deserved reputation for bad sportsmanship.Nice work.[quote] Wasn't that Hingis who called Mauresmo "half a man? Yep, it was Hingis who called poor Amelie "half a man". They are hugging and kissing each other all the time. Jelena Jankovic said several years ago that playing Sam Stosur was like playing a man.
Davenport was also a catty bitch saying stuff like how she felt like she'd been playing against a man. There is a limit."Martina was nasty and had no filter. That's because of the large amount of topspin and her kick serve, which most women are incapable of hitting--you need that much strength.
She had to have extra security at the US Open because of the crazy threats she got from homophobic fans. Nalby was winning the match, but got disqualified for kicking one of the line judges.
Problems she did not have in her home country, France, or in Australia or at Wimbledon, btw. I can't wait until video of this is posted online because I want to see what it really looked like.
Now that her singles career is rocking, she just chooses to not publicly address the issue (ala so many other public figures - A. So in my book, he deserves a different level of disdain - since I do think he is gay.
Tommy Robredo I also feel likely is, but I've never seen any confirmation except for people on this board saying they know it's true.
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.