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Bad Losers

Who do you think are Bad Losers in the game? Past & Present

The 2 that come to mind for me are Capriati and Graf.

I really like these 2 players, but felt sometimes, they were really off with opponents when they lost.

Who are yours?

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post #2 of 183 (permalink) Old Apr 8th, 2007, 07:00 PM
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Re: Bad Losers

Jelena Dokic

(remember her loss against Rita Kuti Kiss: "She was no tennis player, is no tennis player and will never be a tennis player!")


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(remember her loss against Rita Kuti Kiss: "She was no tennis player, is no tennis player and will never be a tennis player!")
she really said that?!

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Re: Bad Losers

I've never seen a player cry as much as Serena does after a loss.
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Re: Bad Losers

Venus

I am patient, but do not push, for it is silently one night I will wake, and you will find me gone come morning.

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Patty

especially when sh was losing to Conchita
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I've never seen a player cry as much as Serena does after a loss.
You've got to be kiddng me. Serena is one of the best losers. She always has a smile at the net and congratulates the opponent. She has nice words for everyone and is really outgoing. Take a look at your avatar.

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I've never seen a player cry as much as Sharapova does after a loss.

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Re: Bad Losers

Petrova. Did You just hear her interview on Eurosport? The reason Golovin was 4-1 against her? She had been a bit lucky.

She said the same about Anna Chakvetadze last year.
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You've got to be kiddng me. Serena is one of the best losers. She always has a smile at the net and congratulates the opponent. She has nice words for everyone and is really outgoing. Take a look at your avatar.
Ironically she's crying in that pic
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Re: Bad Losers

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I've never seen a player cry as much as Serena does after a loss.


2005 Wimbledon SF much
or 2007 Miami R16 or AO Final

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petrova is a bad winner as well

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