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iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 09:44 PM
she clearly held her racket up, put her arm up to her face, and backed away from the baseline, and then denied doing such. i wouldn't have shaken her hand if i was shahar peer.

amazing.

IceHock
Oct 19th, 2006, 09:47 PM
There are certain types of fans who think their faves can do no wrong.

Scotso
Oct 19th, 2006, 09:49 PM
What a bitch.

QUEENLINDSAY
Oct 19th, 2006, 09:49 PM
Whoever defend Sharapova in this action needs to be banned forever on this board.

LoveFifteen
Oct 19th, 2006, 09:51 PM
she clearly held her racket up, put her arm up to her face, and backed away from the baseline, and then denied doing such. i wouldn't have shaken her hand if i was shahar peer.

amazing.

Man, Maria has NO character. What's next for her? Cutting off her family and drinking only orange juice? :angel:

franny
Oct 19th, 2006, 09:53 PM
She did not hold up her racket. She lifted up her elbow to wipe her face. Peer was in the middle of serving, thus had the ball gone in, Maria would have lost the point. It was her choice, she might have thought that she would have recovered in time, she might have not. I think that Maria can do a lot wrong, and I think that this situation could be handled better. But I am defending her because people are calling her a bitch, indespicable, etc. I am defending her because the reactions she is getting from this incident, small as it is, is unwarranted and unfair. I am defending her because I know that there is a double standard on this board, and that had it been a lesser player or a less envied player who did this, there could be reactions, but it would be nowhere near what the reactions here would have been. This is like the 5th or 6th thread on this incident. It's not warranted. It was a point in a game that Peer won. It had nothing to do with the outcome. It is arguable who was in the wrong, because Peer was the one who stopped the serve and then quickly went and served again without seeing if her opponent was ready. You cannot just serve really quickly and expect that your opponent will be ready. If you do, then you better get that serve in, because if you double fault, you cannot just say that your opponent was not ready and try to get another shot. That to me is also gamesmanship and bad sportsmanship. It goes both ways, but everyone is vilifying Maria because she is Maria. So there, I am not defending Maria because I have no morals, but because I understand that different situations and actions deserve different reactions, and that each side has their own explaination.

Serge007
Oct 19th, 2006, 09:53 PM
she clearly held her racket up, put her arm up to her face
Yeah. Maria didn't ready and Shahar served. Shockingly!

IceHock
Oct 19th, 2006, 09:57 PM
She did not hold up her racket. She lifted up her elbow to wipe her face. Peer was in the middle of serving, thus had the ball gone in, Maria would have lost the point. It was her choice, she might have thought that she would have recovered in time, she might have not. I think that Maria can do a lot wrong, and I think that this situation could be handled better. But I am defending her because people are calling her a bitch, indespicable, etc. I am defending her because the reactions she is getting from this incident, small as it is, is unwarranted and unfair. I am defending her because I know that there is a double standard on this board, and that had it been a lesser player or a less envied player who did this, there could be reactions, but it would be nowhere near what the reactions here would have been. This is like the 5th or 6th thread on this incident. It's not warranted. It was a point in a game that Peer won. It had nothing to do with the outcome. It is arguable who was in the wrong, because Peer was the one who stopped the serve and then quickly went and served again without seeing if her opponent was ready. You cannot just serve really quickly and expect that your opponent will be ready. If you do, then you better get that serve in, because if you double fault, you cannot just say that your opponent was not ready and try to get another shot. That to me is also gamesmanship and bad sportsmanship. It goes both ways, but everyone is vilifying Maria because she is Maria. So there, I am not defending Maria because I have no morals, but because I understand that different situations and actions deserve different reactions, and that each side has their own explaination.

All this aside, it was clear Maria wasn't ready, she should have said something.

shad9480
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:08 PM
She did not hold up her racket. She lifted up her elbow to wipe her face. Peer was in the middle of serving, thus had the ball gone in, Maria would have lost the point. It was her choice, she might have thought that she would have recovered in time, she might have not. I think that Maria can do a lot wrong, and I think that this situation could be handled better. But I am defending her because people are calling her a bitch, indespicable, etc. I am defending her because the reactions she is getting from this incident, small as it is, is unwarranted and unfair. I am defending her because I know that there is a double standard on this board, and that had it been a lesser player or a less envied player who did this, there could be reactions, but it would be nowhere near what the reactions here would have been. This is like the 5th or 6th thread on this incident. It's not warranted. It was a point in a game that Peer won. It had nothing to do with the outcome. It is arguable who was in the wrong, because Peer was the one who stopped the serve and then quickly went and served again without seeing if her opponent was ready. You cannot just serve really quickly and expect that your opponent will be ready. If you do, then you better get that serve in, because if you double fault, you cannot just say that your opponent was not ready and try to get another shot. That to me is also gamesmanship and bad sportsmanship. It goes both ways, but everyone is vilifying Maria because she is Maria. So there, I am not defending Maria because I have no morals, but because I understand that different situations and actions deserve different reactions, and that each side has their own explaination.

I agree. But I think you should just give it up. It will be a waste of your precious time and energy. You should keep some to defend Masha tomorrow when she wins again. These haters are :cuckoo: They would bash Maria for slightest of things. :help:

Gosh...to get all these hate. Maria, you must be doing something right...go gal! :kiss:

DragonFlame
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:10 PM
She did not hold up her racket.

did you see the video?, she clearly did hold up her racket. :lol:

TenFan335
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:11 PM
She did not hold up her racket. She lifted up her elbow to wipe her face. Peer was in the middle of serving, thus had the ball gone in, Maria would have lost the point. It was her choice, she might have thought that she would have recovered in time, she might have not. I think that Maria can do a lot wrong, and I think that this situation could be handled better. But I am defending her because people are calling her a bitch, indespicable, etc. I am defending her because the reactions she is getting from this incident, small as it is, is unwarranted and unfair. I am defending her because I know that there is a double standard on this board, and that had it been a lesser player or a less envied player who did this, there could be reactions, but it would be nowhere near what the reactions here would have been. This is like the 5th or 6th thread on this incident. It's not warranted. It was a point in a game that Peer won. It had nothing to do with the outcome. It is arguable who was in the wrong, because Peer was the one who stopped the serve and then quickly went and served again without seeing if her opponent was ready. You cannot just serve really quickly and expect that your opponent will be ready. If you do, then you better get that serve in, because if you double fault, you cannot just say that your opponent was not ready and try to get another shot. That to me is also gamesmanship and bad sportsmanship. It goes both ways, but everyone is vilifying Maria because she is Maria. So there, I am not defending Maria because I have no morals, but because I understand that different situations and actions deserve different reactions, and that each side has their own explaination.

YEAH!!!

GO POVA!!!

hacberto
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:12 PM
Her actions are not that good. If she's happy of her actions , good for her.

einna
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:20 PM
I won't defend her but i still like her... people makes mistakes ;)

TenFan335
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:22 PM
She did not hold up her racquet to signal Peer to stop, she was just wiping her face...
She did not signal Peer in anyway....

Dasha_
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:25 PM
That is so much like sharapova...... No character, no manirs.....

Dasha_
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:27 PM
Whoever defend Sharapova in this action needs to be banned forever on this board.

What a great place this board would be in that case.... :angel:

RunDown
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:33 PM
Man, Maria has NO character. What's next for her? Cutting off her family and drinking only orange juice? :angel:


:bolt:

iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:53 PM
She did not hold up her racket.

hmmm. the video i watched clearly showed her holding up her racket with her right hand and wiping her elbow to her forehead with her left arm. i'm pretty sure it's possible to wipe your forehead without making your right arm go up too.

iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:54 PM
Man, Maria has NO character. What's next for her? Cutting off her family and drinking only orange juice? :angel:

or maybe she could sleep with 6 guys in a month and make catty comments on every opponent she plays. that'd show she had a lack of character. :worship:

Farina Elia Fan
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:58 PM
Im sorry but Ive seen and she CLEARLY had the racket - she once again proved what a bitch she is.

UDACHi
Oct 19th, 2006, 10:59 PM
or maybe she could sleep with 6 guys in a month and make catty comments on every opponent she plays. that'd show she had a lack of character. :worship:

or maybe she could never leave her mothers side and hit 10+ double faults per match. that'd show she had lack of character. :nerner:

aww, damn. i fucked it up. :weirdo:

iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:01 PM
or maybe she could never leave her mothers side and hit 10+ double faults per match. that'd show she had lack of character. :nerner:

aww, damn. i fucked it up. :weirdo:

yes, you did. :ras: :weirdo:

T-GIRL87
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:01 PM
After watching the clip a good number of times, while paying close attention to the actions and reactions of both players, I do believe that pova didn't appear to be in her usual attacking position as she normally would have during that paticular point. Even though pova didn't raise her hand, she clearly backed away from the baseline, indicating to her opponent that she really wasn't ready. I think that peer's double fault was in some ways due to the fact that pova didn't appear ready for the toss. Ultimately the previous points they played were pretty long and drawn out, taking wind out of both players, possibly causing them to lose concentration, pova seemed to be breathing heavily before peers served, her reaction's to the df may have been due to lose in concentration from how i see it.











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P_Fer
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:12 PM
OMG enough threads on this

streag
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:29 PM
You can not judge with any certainty from what was broadcasted. What I see is that those who doesn't like Sharapova accuse her of being cheat. Those who do like her are not so harsh. Though I'm not a fan of Maria, I have to say that her detractors behave like they can not think reasonably and are driven more by their (hating) emotions. You can not accuse someone of cheating if you don't have evidence firm enough to do so.

iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:30 PM
You can not judge with any certainty from what was broadcasted. What I see is that those who doesn't like Sharapova accuse her of being cheat. Those who do like her are not so harsh. Though I'm not a fan of Maria, I have to say that her detractors behave like they can not think reasonably and are driven more by their (hating) emotions. You can not accuse someone of cheating if you don't have evidence firm enough to do so.

the only problem is that there is evidence...it was caught on tape. :tape:

Andy.
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:31 PM
Well Shahar should have been looking to, Maria just took advantage of her lack of concentration. Maria could have handled it better we all know that but who really cares you guys will make her out to be a monster fot the next few weeks.

iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:36 PM
Well Shahar should have been looking to, Maria just took advantage of her lack of concentration. Maria could have handled it better we all know that but who really cares you guys will make her out to be a monster fot the next few weeks.

you say po-tay-toe, i say po-tah-toe. either way you look at it, it's cheating. don't try and cover for her with lame excuses like "she took advantage of peer's lack of concentration."

trust me, it doesn't look good.

Andy.
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:38 PM
All im saying is that its not a big a deal as people make out, we are all humans and we all want to win, sometimes we make errors in judgement and Maria made one today, big deal dont tell me you guys have never cheated a line call or something like this in a game, we all have.

P_Fer
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:38 PM
you got your siggy ready awfly fast:rolleyes:

IceHock
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:40 PM
All im saying is that its not a big a deal as people make out, we are all humans and we all want to win, sometimes we make errors in judgement and Maria made one today, big deal dont tell me you guys have never cheated a line call or something likme this in a game, we ll have.

Well actually some people are actually truthful and don't lie, of course i'm not one of them, but never in like a real match have I done it.I personally think Maria knew what she was doing, she didn't make an error.

iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:41 PM
All im saying is that its not a big a deal as people make out, we are all humans and we all want to win, sometimes we make errors in judgement and Maria made one today, big deal dont tell me you guys have never cheated a line call or something likme this in a game, we ll have.

nope, can't say that i can.

iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:42 PM
you got your siggy ready awfly fast:rolleyes:

err......okay then. the "incident" happened several hours ago and i've just made my sig. nice try though.

sapir1434
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:49 PM
Well she lied to the umpire and that was really bad from her.

Farina Elia Fan
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:50 PM
err......okay then. the "incident" happened several hours ago and i've just made my sig. nice try though.


i think your signature is spot on

streag
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:54 PM
the only problem is that there is evidence...it was caught on tape. :tape:
I saw the recording. I would not accuse someone of cheating and lying based on it. Only stupid people make such strong statements as accusations of lying and cheating without much thinking.

hotandspicey
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:54 PM
Nothing anyone says in defense can change the facts. she's a cold blooded cheat and then lied about her actions. wtg Maria :rolleyes:

P_Fer
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:57 PM
she's a cold-blooded snake:armed::rolleyes:

iPatty
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:58 PM
I saw the recording. I would not accuse someone of cheating and lying based on it. Only stupid people make such strong statements as accusations of lying and cheating without much thinking.

she was clearly not ready, and then lied to the umpire about it and accepted a point that she didn't rightfully own, on purpose. if that's not cheating and lying, then what is?

streag
Oct 19th, 2006, 11:58 PM
The only fact one could infer from these threads that many people on this board are stupid enough to jump on pretty harsh conclusions without good reason.

streag
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:04 AM
she was clearly not ready, and then lied to the umpire about it and accepted a point that she didn't rightfully own, on purpose. if that's not cheating and lying, then what is?
She said "yep" to the question "Were you not ready?". So umpire decided that she was not ready and told so to Peer. I agree that Sharapova should have corrected the umpire. She had not but I would not say I'm sure that she did it because she is a liar and a cheat. I see people just want to believe she is liar and a cheat so they happy to proclaim her as one. I believe the whole incident is misunderstanding, nothing more.

Dan23
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:32 AM
she was clearly not ready, and then lied to the umpire about it and accepted a point that she didn't rightfully own, on purpose. if that's not cheating and lying, then what is?
calm down and breathe deep....youve made more posts about this than the rest of wtaworld put together. Even Shahar has probably moved on with her life.

Maria is yet to call someone a discusting whatever to their face on live tv so I'd hold back on the whole cheating, bad-sportsmanship, bad character crap

Andy.
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:34 AM
Maria is yet to call someone a discusting whatever to their face on live tv so I'd hold back on the whole cheating, bad-sportsmanship, bad character crap
*Woopachang* :cool:

Aaron.
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:44 AM
Video please i missed the match

bis2806
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:45 AM
Let's watch Maria fans' hypocritical, defensive action unfold!

bis2806
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:46 AM
calm down and breathe deep....youve made more posts about this than the rest of wtaworld put together. Even Shahar has probably moved on with her life.

Maria is yet to call someone a discusting whatever to their face on live tv so I'd hold back on the whole cheating, bad-sportsmanship, bad character crap

So it takes someone to verbally abuse another to determine bad sportsmanship? What bull.

Andy.
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:51 AM
Or lests watch obsessive haters who's lives revolve around these events blow this out of proportion and make her into a monster.

Dan23
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:55 AM
Let's watch Maria fans' hypocritical, defensive action unfold!
up on your high horse again?

Dan23
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:55 AM
So it takes someone to verbally abuse another to determine bad sportsmanship? What bull.
There was more to it that that....and did I just say sportsmanship?

madame_maria
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:59 AM
oh well. i think it's useless if we say anything cause they'd just render what we say meaningless and bash us for being Maria fans and having skewed opinions.

the dude asked "were you not ready?" and Maria said "yep" so that could be interpreted both ways.

1) "were you not *pause* ready?" and if Maria said "yep", then ah huh she did the wrong thing.

2) "were you *pause* not ready?" and if Maria said "yep", then nope Maria did nothing wrong the empire called the shots.

i conclude by saying, the point hardly gave her breakpoint or matchpoint or gave her any significant advantage and from my point of view it's still unclear.

it's not fair to suddenly throw all these insults on Maria that are completely unrelated to this event. and comparing this to what Tati did when her opponent got injured, issues concerning Maria are blown out of proportion. it's not fair.

but i guess since i've been a Maria fan and been here for ages, i've learnt to not bother and just live and let live in such a forum. say whatever you want guys. maybe succeeding in converting another new wtaworld.com fan into a Maria-hater gives you guys moral emancipation and personal gratification. go you! :rolleyes:

madame_maria
Oct 20th, 2006, 01:02 AM
Let's watch Maria fans' hypocritical, defensive action unfold!

Let's watch bis2806's hypocritical, offensive anti-Maria hate CONTINUE to unfold! :rolleyes:

vettipooh
Oct 20th, 2006, 01:56 AM
Or lests watch obsessive haters who's lives revolve around these events blow this out of proportion and make her into a monster.
She made her own self into a monster.:rolleyes: No help needed there!:rolleyes:

Dan23
Oct 20th, 2006, 01:58 AM
Monster? :lol:

lynnlovestennis
Oct 20th, 2006, 02:01 AM
Clip?

Dan23
Oct 20th, 2006, 02:04 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aB61bO7jibA

ZeroSOFInfinity
Oct 20th, 2006, 02:06 AM
:yawn:

This "We Hate Maria" soap opera is really boring me... what's the next agenda... oh, I see... more Maria bashing... :weirdo:

RenaSlam.
Oct 20th, 2006, 02:08 AM
She's a cheating, lying bitch. Just like Justine Henin-Hardenne.

The End.

lynnlovestennis
Oct 20th, 2006, 02:08 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aB61bO7jibA


WTF?


ur mean :p

ZeroSOFInfinity
Oct 20th, 2006, 02:21 AM
She's a cheating, lying bitch. Just like Justine Henin-Hardenne.

The End.

Just wait for Serena to do something unsportsmanship, and see how karma really works.

Be prepare to defend her to your very end.

Stamp Paid
Oct 20th, 2006, 02:44 AM
Just wait for Serena to do something unsportsmanship, and see how karma really works.

Be prepare to defend her to your very end.

Shes bitchy, but she normally has good sportsmanship.

RJWCapriati
Oct 20th, 2006, 02:54 AM
That bitch makes me sick.....

Rocketta
Oct 20th, 2006, 03:38 AM
Just wait for Serena to do something unsportsmanship, and see how karma really works.

Be prepare to defend her to your very end.

so you wish Serena does something so you can feel better? :lol:

just long as you know, whatever Serena or any player does in the future does not justify or minimize anything Sharapova did in this incedent. :D

fufuqifuqishahah
Oct 20th, 2006, 04:19 AM
....It was a point in a game that Peer won. It had nothing to do with the outcome. It is arguable who was in the wrong, because Peer was the one who stopped the serve and then quickly went and served again without seeing if her opponent was ready. ....
.....It goes both ways, but everyone is vilifying Maria because she is Maria. ....

Peer had to pause her serve several times because of maria. Peer was probably so frustrated with maria faking she was ready in previous instances and then not being ready -- Maria probably saw this and it is possible that she took advantage of it. Maria got up, stepped back, and wiped her face in the middle of Peer's motion.

Its not about whether or not Peer won the point, its about whether or not Maria lied. She also has a history of being shady.

There is a slight chance that she wasnt faking and that she really was "ready," but from the footage, it seems rather unlikely.

I am not vilifying her but come on, be honest, dont be a liar.

Shoulderpova
Oct 20th, 2006, 04:26 AM
Some of people here are just pathetic and rediculous. Peer won that game anyway :weirdo: and Sharapova beat her fair and square :)

Diesel
Oct 20th, 2006, 04:48 AM
:yawn:

This "We Hate Maria" soap opera is really boring me... what's the next agenda... oh, I see... more Maria bashing... :weirdo:

The channel will change and the flavor of the week will go back to Serena, then Justine, then Maria... don't act like this is anything new. The way some are acting you'd think negative remarks were invented specifically for Maria Sharapova :rolleyes:

In The Zone
Oct 20th, 2006, 04:51 AM
The only defense I have heard is that Peer shouldn't have served. But, Sharapova, the most feared woman on tour, is the tennis athlete HOPPING and BOUNCING around while Peer served. During that clip I was given, Peer hesitated 3 times to serve. Maria's bouncing is that of a player ranked 200, not a 2-time grand slam champion. Peer was FORCED to not look at Sharapova when serving in order to keep some sort of sanity. This as if a foul was called on a player who was nowhere near the ball in basketball. It's illogical! Sharapova has no respect from me and she never will, ever again.

Dan23
Oct 20th, 2006, 05:01 AM
Maria's bouncing is that of a player ranked 200, not a 2-time grand slam champion.Shes been doing that for years


Sharapova has no respect from me and she never will, ever again.:sobbing:

Apoleb
Oct 20th, 2006, 05:10 AM
LAUGH MY FUCKING ASS OUT AT PEOPLE SAYING MARIA DIDN'T MEAN TO STOP PLAY

I'll just say that.

ZeroSOFInfinity
Oct 20th, 2006, 06:46 AM
The channel will change and the flavor of the week will go back to Serena, then Justine, then Maria... don't act like this is anything new. The way some are acting you'd think negative remarks were invented specifically for Maria Sharapova :rolleyes:

Read my post again and understand it clearly before jumping to conclusion.... :lol:

Dasha_
Oct 20th, 2006, 08:18 AM
[/b]She made her own self into a monster.:rolleyes: No help needed there!:rolleyes:

She didn't make her self..... She is a monster

:inlove:
Oct 20th, 2006, 08:22 AM
OK I am not defending her but do we have to have so many threads about the same thing? How boring. :yawn:

spencercarlos
Oct 20th, 2006, 09:05 AM
She did not hold up her racket. She lifted up her elbow to wipe her face. Peer was in the middle of serving, thus had the ball gone in, Maria would have lost the point. It was her choice, she might have thought that she would have recovered in time, she might have not. I think that Maria can do a lot wrong, and I think that this situation could be handled better. But I am defending her because people are calling her a bitch, indespicable, etc. I am defending her because the reactions she is getting from this incident, small as it is, is unwarranted and unfair. I am defending her because I know that there is a double standard on this board, and that had it been a lesser player or a less envied player who did this, there could be reactions, but it would be nowhere near what the reactions here would have been. This is like the 5th or 6th thread on this incident. It's not warranted. It was a point in a game that Peer won. It had nothing to do with the outcome. It is arguable who was in the wrong, because Peer was the one who stopped the serve and then quickly went and served again without seeing if her opponent was ready. You cannot just serve really quickly and expect that your opponent will be ready. If you do, then you better get that serve in, because if you double fault, you cannot just say that your opponent was not ready and try to get another shot. That to me is also gamesmanship and bad sportsmanship. It goes both ways, but everyone is vilifying Maria because she is Maria. So there, I am not defending Maria because I have no morals, but because I understand that different situations and actions deserve different reactions, and that each side has their own explaination.
Once again had Sharapova continued having her hand up, and once the umpire notices it, the point is replayed, is not like "oh poor Masha she had to do it otherwise had it gone in the point was lost". :rolleyes:
That´s as universal and having your hand you and implying you are not ready.

bellascarlett
Oct 20th, 2006, 09:10 AM
She didn't make her self..... She is a monster

:haha: :tape:

you really need :help: in your hatred towards her...unbelievable.

Blinky
Oct 20th, 2006, 09:29 AM
Dasha, are you her cousin & just bitter coz she doesn't visit u anymore? :awww:
That's sad if you are, cuddles from me! :hug:

Martian Jeza
Oct 20th, 2006, 09:30 AM
Some of people here are just pathetic and rediculous. Peer won that game anyway :weirdo: and Sharapova beat her fair and square :)


It wasn't that fair how she beat Peer yesterday but this only is my opinion of course...

Martian Jeza
Oct 20th, 2006, 09:31 AM
Dasha, are you her cousin & just bitter coz she doesn't visit u anymore? :awww:
That's sad if you are, cuddles from me! :hug:

Personnal attacks are not needed...

Blinky
Oct 20th, 2006, 09:36 AM
Personnal attacks are not needed...
Wtf?!?!
Calling Maria a monster, isn't a personal???
I'm sorry but come on....

Martian Jeza
Oct 20th, 2006, 09:38 AM
Wtf?!?!
Calling Maria a monster, isn't a personal???
I'm sorry but come on....

Her answer wasn't clever but going on personnal attacks bring you to nowhere...

Just Do It
Oct 20th, 2006, 10:05 AM
Maria ... scandal queen ... i like her because of that :D

Meteor Shower
Oct 20th, 2006, 10:32 AM
Sharapova obviously held her raquet to stop play.
She was asked if she was ready. She said yes.

Thats lying.
You can't say she won fair and square after that.

If it was on a big point and a big match I would understand a bit more,
because she would be under so pressure and stuff.
But seventh game of the 2nd round in Zurich? Why the need to lie?

Dementinator
Oct 20th, 2006, 10:39 AM
Sharapova obviously held her raquet to stop play.
She was asked if she was ready. She said yes.

Thats lying.
You can't say she won fair and square after that.

If it was on a big point and a big match I would understand a bit more,
because she would be under so pressure and stuff.
But seventh game of the 2nd round in Zurich? Why the need to lie?

because its what she does ,its her Modus Operandi

felldownagain
Oct 20th, 2006, 10:57 AM
Tough one - everyone plays tactically to win.

Whatever the rights or wrongs I sense that we are experiencing the gestation of another perpetual character myth.

Andy.
Oct 20th, 2006, 11:13 AM
She didn't make her self..... She is a monster
Comments like that just make you look :weirdo: if you actually lisen to what you saying.

hale-bob
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:13 PM
She's a cheating, lying bitch. Just like Justine Henin-Hardenne.

The End.

You must be kidding. The End? wake up this wtaworld there will be no end to this as longs as this board continues to exist. Believe it or not, there even are some idiots who keep going on and on and on about things that happend years ago, strange but true...

Mother_Marjorie
Oct 20th, 2006, 12:45 PM
That bitch makes me sick.....

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