You want to talk about poor sportsmanship, talk about Justine Henin-Hardenne. She CLEARLY put her hand up in the middle of Serena's service motion, signaling a reservice. But when Serena asked for a first serve, Justine blatantly lied to the chair, telling him that she didn't put her hand up. And on three calls, which were clearly out, Justine argued even though both Serena and the chair had called them out. THAT is poor sportmanship. Today the crowd was unbelievably rude, and it was sad to watch. If I was Serena, I probably wouldn't have even shaken Justine's hand.
Now I am sure that some of you are going to say "Oh it's just another Serena fan mad that she lost", but I actually didn't care who won, I just wanted a good match. So my view is completely unbiased when I say that the crowd behaved terribly today, and should be ashamed of themselves. I honestly believe that Serena would have won the match (up 4-2 30-0) if it weren't for the crowd. The crowd, and Justine, should be ashamed of their behavior today.