Let me start off by saying I don't know where this comes from, I copied it from another board. I am going to get the link later and post it here.
Williams Matches Fixed, Claims Mauresmo
Beaten Wimbledon semi-finalist Amelie Mauresmo stirred up controversy in her post-match news conference by re-opening the debate over match-fixing involving the Williams sisters.
Frenchwoman Mauresmo was thrashed 6-2 6-1 by Serena Williams in the second semi after Venus had cruised past Justine Henin in the first.
Afterwards, she was asked which sister would prevail in Saturday's final.
"You have to ask them for that," she replied tersely. To me, it's a little bit sad for women's tennis
She then told French television that she believed that matches between the sisters were fixed.
"I think they arrange it - I don't have any proof of this or inside information, but take for example the match at Roland Garros - it could have been arranged," she said.
"As Serena won in Paris, maybe they'll change it and it'll be Venus' turn now."
She also stated that she did not think the domination of the Williams, who are numbers one and two in the world, was good for the women's game.
"I think people are going to get bored of it," she said of the prospect of a third all-Williams final in the last four Grand Slams.
"I'm not counting how many people since yesterday told me: 'We don't want an all-Williams final.'
"To me, it's a little bit sad for women's tennis but maybe it's not the point of view of everybody."
Matches between the Williams sisters have been regularly dogged by controversy and the pair have been criticised for their inability to produce their best tennis against each other.
The Williams themselves claim they find it difficult to play competitively against a sibling, but rumours have also surfaced that their father Richard decides who will win matches between his daughters.
All I can say is if this is the true quote of what she has said on the record, she has some serious issues that she needs to work on because it just sounds like Sour grapes to me.