Re: Vika Crying: Not Because She Won, But She Felt Bullied
No. It's never acceptable for crowds to act the way they do.
15,000 people against an individual. Pretty horrid.
You just don't expect it from the Aussie crowd, normally pretty reasonable (albeit they've never shown great love for the Eastern European females, Serbs aside).
Nobody is saying the Aussie crowd is the first to do this. But cheering double faults and errors from a player is horrible. And saying 'X did it before I did it' is one of the most immature justifications imaginable.
They weren't that bad.
I have seen way more disrespectful crowds. As good as every crowd cheers on errors and DF some time in the game.