Re: Tauziat's Former Coach Convicted
I am sorry that you feel the need to justify your little jokes in a topic that is as funny as a heart attack by piling even more manure on top of it. I am not sure what is this thing we know about Nathalie that indicates she is a horrible human being, but whatever you think it is, please be sure this 'we' you have appropriated to spread 'your' views might not include all of us.
And please do not take this personally or think I don't find jokes of predatory lesbians funny (particularly if they involve Alexandra Stevenson), you just have poor timing.
Not sure if you have seen this thread recently, but maybe you might also want to correct our misconceptions about Nathalie there:
Who was the player who quit professional tennis at a young age and entered a sect?
Originally Posted by Nathalie Tauziat
The homosexual women do nothing to get noticed, but I do urge parents of very young players to make a good choice of the people to whom they entrust them.
I had one experience which served as a lesson. The coach of one young girl asked me to watch out for her in case she had any problems. I saw after a few days she was practising with a little group of homosexual players, one of whom I knew very well.
I told her: "Do not touch this girl. Do you understand ?" I never saw the girl with them again. She gave up her career and I learned later she had entered a sect and her parents had a lot of trouble getting her out!
Homosexuality does not shock me, but I am upset by a lack of discretion. I was shocked when Paris Match came out with a cover of Amelie Mauresmo and her friend Sylvie Bourdon, posed together like showbiz stars.
Imagine the trouble a young kid dreaming of becoming a tennis star might have with that. I approve of the step taken by the WTA, who asked Amelie and Sylvie to show their affection in a less demonstrative way.
A single flow'r he sent me, since we met./All tenderly his messenger he chose;
Deep-hearted, pure, with scented dew still wet - One perfect rose.
I knew the language of the floweret;/'My fragile leaves,' it said, 'his heart enclose.'
Love long has taken for his amulet/One perfect rose.
Why is it no one ever sent me yet/One perfect limousine, do you suppose?
Ah no, it's always just my luck to get/One perfect rose.