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I think Sydney audience are too aggressive

Three points when Kim starts server and someone shout then Kim stop playing then lose the point
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Re: I think Sydney audience are too aggressive

Yeah that kind of thing happens everywhere, some people just get a bit to enthusiastic and yell things out at the wrong time. Usually they are trying to support the player but they just don't do it at an appropriate time.

Crowds in Australia are generally very fair and a lot better than some other countries.

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Re: I think Sydney audience are too aggressive

It happened yesterday aswell, I was watching the Anna and Nicole match and people where chearing for faults and everything. Its clearly just Sydney all the other cities are fine
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It happened yesterday aswell, I was watching the Anna and Nicole match and people where chearing for faults and everything. Its clearly just Sydney all the other cities are fine
That was the group of Serbian people, they cheered everytime Ana got the point

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Re: I think Sydney audience are too aggressive

We are not as bad as the Paris crowds at least

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Re: I think Sydney audience are too aggressive

No one is as bad as Paris

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Re: I think Sydney audience are too aggressive

True, its mostly just over enthusiatic fans

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That was the group of Serbian people, they cheered everytime Ana got the point
I noticed that too. There is a bit of that going on with Jankovic - Vaidisova too, a lot of calling out in between points. It's quite disrespectful but it adds to the atmosphere I guess.
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Re: I think Sydney audience are too aggressive

this doesnt hold a candle to the US Open.

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I noticed that too. There is a bit of that going on with Jankovic - Vaidisova too, a lot of calling out in between points. It's quite disrespectful but it adds to the atmosphere I guess.
Yeah well some of them got kicked out during the Jankovic/Mauresmo match yesterday. Not sure why, whether it was because they were a bit roudy or whether they didn't have the proper tickets

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Re: I think Sydney audience are too aggressive

The Aussie crowd are the best tennis fans.
Jelena's fans are always a bit rowdy though. I don't mind it, it's always good when the crowd are involved.
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Yeah well some of them got kicked out during the Jankovic/Mauresmo match yesterday. Not sure why, whether it was because they were a bit roudy or whether they didn't have the proper tickets
Yeah, i remember on tuesday when they came to support Ana, They were high up in the stands during the day, but at 5.30, they wanted to move down, and they moved into the corporate seats the security were right onto them. They were like, i don't think so!!

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Yeah, i remember on tuesday when they came to support Ana, They were high up in the stands during the day, but at 5.30, they wanted to move down, and they moved into the corporate seats the security were right onto them. They were like, i don't think so!!
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Yesterday they were up in one of the higher sections, but they soon spotted another group of Serbian's in another lower section and they tried to go and sit with them Thats when they got kicked out. They managed to get back in at the end of the match and Jelena thanked them and signed their flags for them.

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It happened yesterday aswell, I was watching the Anna and Nicole match and people where chearing for faults and everything. Its clearly just Sydney all the other cities are fine
stop talk rubbish

SYDNEY crowd generally are very fairly!
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