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Old Feb 9th, 2013, 03:00 PM   #121
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Re: What are the religious inclinations of the top wta players?

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Originally Posted by frenchie View Post
I always hate when Serena thanks "her God Jehovah" after winning a tournament.

Keep it private, girl!!
Isn't like spreading the word in the open an official way of Jehova Witnesses? I swear this is the most public-oriented religion in the world apart from Islam. Keeping your Jehova beliefs in private is kinda against the pattern so no wonder Serena thanks her God every now and again

btw, Sharapova is definitely Eastern Orthodox as visibly indicated by the cross she's wearing. This is not a Latin cross which is far more common among Catholics.

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