Doesn't her management tell her to stop her screaming?
It probaly costs her millions of dollars!
So many people just don't like her because of her screaming. It's different with Sharapova. Her yells are different and not that annoying.
screaming doesn't affect popularity or endorsements... just check what Sharapova is earning and how popular she is
Yes, there is a good number of trolls in internet who are writing here and there about shrieking , making this case look more significant... But it's more like fans of other players try to express their hatred
in 90% you hate Azarenka = you can't stand her vuvuzela , you are a Vikastan = you don't care about it
I've been watching women's tennise since Seles's time and just accustomed to screaming on court... It's not really a big issue
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Last edited by NashaMasha; Sep 6th, 2012 at 07:55 AM.
Shrieking controversy is entirely media generated.
In Australia, Indian Wells, and now in New York, it's been barely mentioned in press, only as a passing issue or a quick joke. The crowd at the tournaments titter for a game or two, and move on.
At Wimbledon where grunting is a front line issue when discussing Women's tennis, you get far more murmurs on Centre Court, and actual jeering and mocking on the outer courts.
It's an issue, yes, because it's gamesmanship from some players. But let's not pretend your sensitive ass ears are a serious influence on the issue.