What are we supposed to read between the lines????? What do you know about their personnalities to begin with?? Have you ever met/talk to them??
Anyway, I can't believe some people are still trying to make a big deal of it like a day after!!! Seriously!!!
Before each of Justine's match, I could predict what Carlos would say to her : attack the net!! attack the net!! attack the net!!
Geeez, he always always says that, and Justine knows it!! He's just encouraging his player.
Re: Martina N on Justine's coaching: You can't help yourself. You do what you have to
this is a justine thread. thanks
Sharapova, Jankovic, Zvonareva !
Kirilenko, Vesnina, Dokic, Bacsinszky, Jovanovski, Pironkova Official Greek Guardian of the Maria Mafia & Don't Knock the Dok Official Masseur of the Jelena Clinic
Djokovic, Davydenko, Tipsarevic, Wawrinka, Baghdatis, Gulbis, Troicki, Kyrgios
I wonder what she'd have to say if it was Serena being coached?
Oh please, Richard Williams was stood up talking nearly all the way thru the match.
I think the WTA needs to make its mind up either coaching is illegal and players lose points or something and they stop the coachs coming onto court, or they say okay let it happen.
I think its pretty hard to tell what is actual coaching and what is just someone encourgaing their player. I mean obv in the Justine case it was obvious, but players could have any number of secret little jestures.. who would know?
last time i was broken, you know it hit me
face down on the floor of the discotheque, i saw the poetry
She may not trade her titles but she wants the popularity that Serena has. She couldn't get it while Chris was around and it was obvious that it bothered her. She expected a Sampras send off.
Suuuuuuuuuure . Martina sure seems to care a lot about fame and popularity .
That may come as a surprise to you, but some people don't rate popularity that high, and actually don't even care. You can bet Martina is one of those. She got what she wanted : the titles. She meant business, a bit like Lendl. But I bet Lendl was envious of his peers ' popularity too, right??