I've realised that EVERYONE that has replied this thread is or Likes the Williams sisters. I will have to DISAGREE with every one of you.
Of course you think the Serena domination is good for the sport. You're fave is always winning, how bad can that be? I'd love to be a fan of Serena, I really would, but I'm not.
For the ones that are not fans of her it's not nice to see her win every tournament that she plays in. That you already know that she's gonna beat everyone till the end. That your hopes for your faves are so down when Serena play that you have no suprise when they loose. That you know that the score that SHOULD be tight against a top player ends up in a straight set win or a 6-1 in the third. How is THAT great for the sport?
Of course we all enjoy watching Serena's athletisism in the court, it's amazing..... till one point. You DO get bored of watching the same player winning the last four GSs, and it's rather pathetic wanting Serena to loose in any tournament not because you deslike her, but because you get tired of see her winning.
Yeah! She is a very exciting player to watch even being the number one player and almost invincible. Cause, she's not that cold player with no emotions. She doesn't wear white and boring outfits everytime she plays. She never let to talk with the media, and also her interviews are never boring.
That's great..... if you like Serena. Imagine yourself this situation with other player: Lindsay for example or Momo. You would you react to that? And Serena getting whipped out every time she plays them.
I mean, I like Serena's outfit and attitude and her interviews sure must be great, but that's not what I care the most in tennis. I'd rather see an excellent match between two players, a good rivalry.... what?! not even that! a good, tight match, between Serena and someone for a while, there was only 1 this year against Kim and I really enjoyed it, it didn't matter if Serena won or loose, it was a great match and that's what counted (for me)
What I like the most is to see excellent matches, and the Nº1 player in the world included in them also. This is just my opinion, but I think it's quite valid if you get to see things from other points of view.