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Thumbs down Could Sharapova please quit her antics after match-point?

It's just totally inappropriate and laughable. :retard:

And I don't think this will make her more popular with the crowd.

Thinking about it, maybe she should keep it up.
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Considering I try to avoid her matches, what exactly does she do?

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well, she is only 12 years old and....... oops, wait a minute, that's the reason why my neice acts up. Sharapova...... um, no comment
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I thought her reaction after Kuznetsova was more appropriate than usual because it was a quarter against a tough opponent but moreso, it was an amazing final point from her.

I must say I prefer it when she's losing, there's no fist pumps and vamos!'s... she's such a daddy's girl... why doesn't it embarass her?

She is a little actress.

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... why doesn't it embarass her? She is a little actress.
She should win a RAZZIE - she's that good!! http://www.razzies.com/asp/directory/XcDirectory.asp
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I can have stand her fist pumps and celebrations after winning a not so close match, but i sure as hell wish yuir could get lost in the crowd.

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People will sonn tire of her antics. I am hoping sooner rather than later.
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Maria enjoys her wins. Even at Tier III's.
If you don't like her, you probably should turn off the tv as soon as she wins the match.

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It's just totally inappropriate and laughable. :retard:

And I don't think this will make her more popular with the crowd.

Thinking about it, maybe she should keep it up.
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Maria enjoys her wins. Even at Tier III's.
If you don't like her, you probably should turn off the tv as soon as she wins the match.
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I think it's great when a player gets excited about winning!

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Maria enjoys her wins. Even at Tier III's.
If you don't like her, you probably should turn off the tv as soon as she wins the match.
Why wait 'til then? Turn off the tv as soon as she appears on screen. Unfortunately, you may miss her winning or losing the match. Oh, well.....
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I know its soooooo anooying...

In the Silvia vs. Maria match, Maria was doing on almost every point. Then Silvia won a great point, and she threw up her hands and did exactly what Sharapova was doing

That was great


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I think it's great when a player gets excited about winning!
Sure. Problem here: Her excitement is fake.
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Masha is suffering from the "Williams syndrome." Similar to what Richard did with his princesses, Yuri filled his little princess Masha's head full of dreams. "You can win Wimbledon, you can reach top ten, you can reach semifinals of Grand Slams. All you have to do is believe, believe, believe." Yuri, you've created a monster.
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