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Quite, and 99% of them do not have the (albeit materialistic) comfort of being multimillionaires by the time they are in their 20s

I'm amazed that anyone still can bear to listen to that old old old piece of violin music that cranks up every time Justine mentions her mother.

And how does she think she is the "oldest 24 year old in the world" for fuck's sake? What a pretentious little cow she is! Does someone want to tell her that there are kids who grow up on the streets or a rubbish dump and are prostitutes by the time they are in their early teens?

Still, I'm sure that the Justeenies get all misty eyed every time they read this self indulgent rubbish from HH
I'm sure that every time you read a human interest article about Justine, you realize how worthless and insignificant you are as a human being. Its largely why you trounce Justine at every turn. And it also explains how miserable a human being you truly are.
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It's amazing, then, that you still feel magnetically drawn to read every thread you can about this loathesome cow.
Its jealously. Pure and simple.
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I sympathise dearly, but am I the only one who is sick to death of hearing the story of Justine telling her now deceased mother that she would win the French Open when they watched a match there.

I think it is more annoying than Sharapova's leaving Siberia story.
I'm tired of those stories, too, but in fairness to these 2 players, it's mostly the tv commentators who keep bringing it up. Justine herself rarely brings that up, nor Maria.
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Nice article, but Justine, please get real, You did NOT take Venus to three sets, It was Venus' sloppiness that caused that match to go three sets.

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I have to say that I have to agree.

A lot of people have lost members of their family at an early age.
So their life are also tumultuous.
It's not because it happens to a lot of people it's not awful anymore

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Still, I'm sure that the Justeenies get all misty eyed every time they read this self indulgent rubbish from HH
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Nice article, but Justine, please get real, You did NOT take Venus to three sets, It was Venus' sloppiness that caused that match to go three sets.
It was a 3-set match. So she had taken Venus to 3 sets. As simple as that.
But this is not the topic to discuss that

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Quite, and 99% of them do not have the (albeit materialistic) comfort of being multimillionaires by the time they are in their 20s

I'm amazed that anyone still can bear to listen to that old old old piece of violin music that cranks up every time Justine mentions her mother.

And how does she think she is the "oldest 24 year old in the world" for fuck's sake? What a pretentious little cow she is! Does someone want to tell her that there are kids who grow up on the streets or a rubbish dump and are prostitutes by the time they are in their early teens?

Still, I'm sure that the Justeenies get all misty eyed every time they read this self indulgent rubbish from HH
If you're a millionaire, if you're poor. Losing your mother at young age will always hurt you for the rest of your life.
Do you people really feel people?

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Nice article, but Justine, please get real, You did NOT take Venus to three sets, It was Venus' sloppiness that caused that match to go three sets.
So now players are required in interviews to specify HOW they won a set in a Grand Slam final, according to your standards? Nice try for a new way to trash Justine.
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Nice article, but Justine, please get real, You did NOT take Venus to three sets, It was Venus' sloppiness that caused that match to go three sets.
i think, whatever. A three set match is a 3 setters. Whatever how is the opponent playing, Justine was better in the second and managed to win more games.

Hopefully Venus won, but a match is always a combo of two players. If not, let's have some players vs walls matchup from now in the tournaments.

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If you're a millionaire, if you're poor. Losing your mother at young age will always hurt you for the rest of your life.
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In the Belgian media she is talking about the 6 and 7 wins of Graf and Evert at RG.

Her 'to win a few more' is in fact at least 4-5 slams,even 6-8 slams. She wants to become the best after Graf, Navratilova and Evert.
I think Justine will win a few more slams. Certain on clay. There is nobody who can beat her on clay. She's just the best player on clay this moment. She can also win Wimbledon, US Open or Australian Open but on grass and hardcourt there are more players who can beat her. So that would be more difficult. But she's a great player and I think she has a good chance of winning Wimbledon. But I put my money on Venus. She's a very good player on grass and I think she will win Wimbledon again this year.

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Quite, and 99% of them do not have the (albeit materialistic) comfort of being multimillionaires by the time they are in their 20s

I'm amazed that anyone still can bear to listen to that old old old piece of violin music that cranks up every time Justine mentions her mother.

And how does she think she is the "oldest 24 year old in the world" for fuck's sake? What a pretentious little cow she is! Does someone want to tell her that there are kids who grow up on the streets or a rubbish dump and are prostitutes by the time they are in their early teens?

Still, I'm sure that the Justeenies get all misty eyed every time they read this self indulgent rubbish from HH
Talk about the same old tune you decide to display. So having money should comfort you? Mothers are that replaceable I assume? I assumed you were just a heartless, ill tempered woman at first, but now you're latest actions have justified my notions.

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So now players are required in interviews to specify HOW they won a set in a Grand Slam final, according to your standards? Nice try for a new way to trash Justine.
Yes, she's going to say: "That match was supposed to be a big party in my life - but everyone I knew in the stands looked very sad. I knew it couldn't be for my match because Venus's sloppiness took the match to 3 sets."

This sudden "Venus doesn't lose, she beats herself" hysteria is really annoying.
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Henin's life is not tumultuous
I have to agree there! She walked away from her family in search of fame and fortune. Nothing tumultous about that!!! Part of her agony was probably brought on by herself....guilt, blame, hurt, shame. Tons of people lose a loved one, but hers is, of course, unique to her because of the French open 'story' with her Mom and her tennis goals. It will always be a lasting memory, and one that is brought up over and over again. Just wish she would make amends with her estranged family and put a superb happy ending to this story...it would be great to see them all in the stands, sharing the joy and elation of her sixth grand slam....just not at Wimbly! ....that belongs to my precious Vee!!...hopefully!

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