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Old Sep 12th, 2011, 03:29 AM   #508
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Re: Eva Asderaki

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Originally Posted by vassia54 View Post
Jonathan Overend,
Jonathan Overend BBC tennis correspondent
Umpire Eva Asderaki made a brave call - completely within her rights - to penalise Serena for hindrance and didn't deserve the hurl of abuse. Williams is a great champion who often lets herself down when she opens her mouth. It's a shame she hasn't learned much from here two years ago, a shame she showed little regret afterwards, and also a shame it has taken some of the coverage away from Stosur's excellence. Serena did say perhaps she needs to read the rule book, an admission of sorts. But that's why we have umpires and Asderaki is one of the best. (http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/tennis/14876919.stm) After that what we can say? bravo Eva
Kudos to Eva too! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D60oGon8q-0 I liked her calm composure throughout the entire tirade and it was pretty weird/funny how Serena mixed her up with the other umpires
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