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Mother_Marjorie
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:29 PM
For those who harped that Justine is a "clay court specialist," please explain why she has won titles on all three surfaces.

She is the best all-around player in the WTA this year.

Meteor Shower
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:31 PM
Well I'm a fan and I think Justine is a clay court specialist, she has achieved by far more on clay then any other surface and she rules on it as opposed to other surfaces.

charmedRic
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:33 PM
sure let's stir crap. just what the board need.

just enjoy tennis for what it is, a sport. no need to make it an argument tool.

Martian Jeza
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:34 PM
I should advice you to stop cheering Masha, you are a complete glory hunter ( censored ) ! 4 titles on 3 surfaces, so what ? Again a thread to make JHH the greatest of them all and bashing, undermining other players ? What a wise topic again... NOT !

Mother_Marjorie
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:37 PM
I should advice you to stop cheering Masha, you are a complete glory hunter ( censored ) ! 4 titles on 3 surfaces, so what ? Again a thread to make JHH the greatest of them all and bashing other players ? What a wise topic again... NOT !

That's not a very good explanation.

I'll cheer for Masha, Justine, Venus, Mirza, or any player I choose.

I haven't bashed any other player in this thread.

Again, why is it that a clay court specialist is able to win on three different surfaces??? I know you understand English, now perhaps you can put away the emotions and coherently answer. Or perhaps not??? :kiss:

Filip!
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:38 PM
Justine is great on all surfaces. She won Australian Open, US Open, played final in Wimbledon... She's superior on clay, but she's also one of the best on all other surfaces.

Martian Jeza
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:39 PM
That's not a very good explanation.

I'll cheer for Masha, Justine, Venus, Mirza, or any player I choose.

Again, why is it that a clay court specialist is able to win on three different surfaces??? I know you understand English, now perhaps you can put away the emotions and coherently answer. Or perhaps not??? :kiss:

coherenly answer for you ? No way ! I dislike glory hunters like you, that's it.

Mother_Marjorie
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:40 PM
coherenly answer for you ? No way ! I dislike glory hunters like you, that's it.

No, what you do is propel ad hominem attacks which make you look foolish. If you can't answer the question then perhaps you should ignore the thread.

Is there a Martina Hingis thread you can masterbate in??? Does the success of someone other than Martina Hingis drive you to fit-throwing????

Again, why is it that a clay court specialist is able to win on three different surfaces??? Its a pretty basic question.

rottweily
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:43 PM
She is a clay court specialist!

And a hard court specialist!

And a grass court specialist!

Mother_Marjorie
Jun 24th, 2006, 02:44 PM
Justine is great on all surfaces. She won Australian Open, US Open, played final in Wimbledon... She's superior on clay, but she's also one of the best on all other surfaces.

I think Justine's mental toughness translates well on clay.
I think Justine's slice backhand and ability to volley translates well on grass.
I think Justine's all-around game translates well on hard court.

She's won more hardcourt titles this year than clay or grass.

What would it take for Justine to lose the "clay court specialist" title???