Re: PEAK Maria vs PEAK Vika
I can honestly say that I have never watched a full set let alone a match that did involve Sharapova but none of my faves. I didn't watch her RG final, I didn't even watch her finals against Serena this year because I simply don't give a shit.
And believe me, I would love to ignore her but it's pretty much impossible because her obnoxious stans are everywhere, crowding up the topics that deal with my favorite players (the Vika/Bubka thread is a good example).
I recommend reading Don Kichot for some eye-opening. Sharapova's obnoxious stans will always crawl from every junkhole you can possibly imagine. You're fighting a war that you can't win unfortunately
Some people have realized that before though and ceased their involvement in Sharapova bashing threads. Either you have a thick skin or I feel sorry for you. And the best part is, Azarenka's real-life scores against Sharapova won't change this stance one bit, just see how many pages each Serena va Maria threads get despite the 8 year streak
So how r u gonna label a 21 player who's just starting her career as a fluke when she already has as many titles at the venue as a player who's 25 years old and has been around longer?
And the Serena comparison at RG..well, since Serena won the other three majors at least FOUR times each ( only Graf, Court, Wills Moody have done this), soo..
Sharapova's entire career has been one gigantic fluke, what else is there to discuss?
I thought we've established this long before WTA even heard of Kvitova
Maria Sharapova: Mind Over Matter
FITD: Winner - Portoroz 2010, Tashkent 2011, Istanbul YEC 2011; Suicide: Winner - Fes 2011, Memphis 2012, Nuernberg 2013, Sofia TOC 2013, Hobart 2015
TT: Winner - (Singles) Tashkent 2012; (Doubles) - (w/Broseghini) Cuneo 100k '10; (w/Peek-A-Boo) Contrexeville 50k '10; (w/JustPetko) Bucharest 75k '10, Nantes 50k '10, Marbella '11, Washington '11, Linz '11, Istanbul YEC '11, Opole 25K '11, Pattaya City '12, Tashkent '12, Pune 125k '12, Memphis '13, Carlsbad '13, Marrakech '14, Washington '14