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Mouratoglu should respect WTA and make sure his players make themselves available for routine tests.
The sustained attack on tennis from this camp is extremely suspect.
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Nope, the #1 players are stars and Hallof Famers. Wozniacki, halep, kerber.. these are among the best players of this decade
Knocking them in any way is trolling. He's a coach, not an insult comic. One of them has to dominate? Well, Halep IS dominating the #1 spot this year

The first set of this final is what top WTA tennis is in 2018. Defense and movement
To tennis fans maybe. And that's a big maybe. These are hardly players that draw big crowds or spike up the TV viewership by huge amount. Plus their style of play is hardly what I call eye-catching to make up the lack in popularity/personality

Wozniacki amongst the best this decade. That's laughable. The girl has only 1 slam to her name. Same for halep. Kerber I can agree with but both halep and Woz don't have the resume's in this decade to be even called such a thing. They might yet add to it but right now. No

There are at least 5 women who have been better this decade than both Halep and Wozniacki.
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Newspaper translation, Ion about Serena today before Halep's SF:

„The old woman is 36 or 37 years, because she is not very young. Let's say the right one. She also has the kilograms that she has. But when she wins the point, the ball goes twice as fast as of any other player. Now, if you move her twice, she does not get to the ball, that's for sure. But can you move her?!

Does she send the blow that ends or can you move her with the first shot and with the second you almost get the point? If you do not finish the point quickly, she out of three strokes gets a winning one. Mathematically and on paper, Simona can win with anyone and quite easily.”
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Re: Ion Tiriac should respect Serena Williams, says coach Patrick Mouratoglou

Tiriac is a tool.

He's always been a tool.

He'll always be a tool.
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...annnnnd another Serena thread. LOL!!!!!!

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you should open a new thread instead of resurrecting an old deadbeat topic
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Tiriac has no shame.

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Tiriac has no shame.
..and though, he's not full of shit like mouratoglu.
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To Serena fans she will always be one of the biggest victims in sports history!
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Simona can win easily, that's why she lost nearly all her slam finals against lesser in form players.
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Barty won't pose a threat, her game is too weak on a power level, she'll get exposed just like Goerges.

Kvitova will probably flop against Konta, and Konta will flop against Strycova .
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..and though, he's not full of shit like mouratoglu.
They're both full of shit. The difference is Mouratoglu has results behind him, what did Tiriac even do? Oh right he won a slam, oh wait, it was in doubles.

He's a nobody that nobody even knows outside of Romania, and he's desperately clinging onto the career of Simona for a shred of relevance now that the last years of his life are approaching him faster and faster.

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Barty won't pose a threat, her game is too weak on a power level, she'll get exposed just like Goerges.

Kvitova will probably flop against Konta, and Konta will flop against Strycova .
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They're both full of shit. The difference is Mouratoglu has results behind him, what did Tiriac even do? Oh right he won a slam, oh wait, it was in doubles.

He's a nobody that nobody even knows outside of Romania, and he's desperately clinging onto the career of Simona for a shred of relevance now that the last years of his life are approaching him faster and faster.
Yeah nobody knows Tiriac.
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They're both full of shit. The difference is Mouratoglu has results behind him, what did Tiriac even do? Oh right he won a slam, oh wait, it was in doubles.

He's a nobody that nobody even knows outside of Romania, and he's desperately clinging onto the career of Simona for a shred of relevance now that the last years of his life are approaching him faster and faster.
Tiriac served as coach and manager for players such as Ilie Năstase, Guillermo Vilas, Boris Becker, Mary Joe Fernandez, Goran Ivanišević and Marat Safin.
Țiriac ran major men's events in Germany, including the season-ending championships in Hanover. Although tennis is now a much smaller part of his portfolio and occupies only 5 percent of his time, he has taken particular pleasure and pride in making Madrid Tennis Open a combined men's and women's event with €7.2 million in total prize money. The trophy awarded to the tournament winner bears his name.
In 2018, Ion Tiriac ranked #1867 on the Forbes World's Billionaires list, with wealth listed at US $1.2 billion.

Conclusion: @Racketboi , don't be ignorant and stupid and inform yourself before making idiotic statements, ..if you can read.
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To Serena fans she will always be one of the biggest victims in sports history!
The Lessers, who always populate threads entitled "Serena" see Serena as one of the biggest villains in sports history!

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