i was bout going to ask the sameDocevil said:Ok I usually don't post but here go's.
I really feel the need to talk about
"by the way the fans paid for their tickets so they can boo and snear whoever the hell they want"
that comment. So that means I can go to any movie theatre and pay for my ticket and scream my head off at some poor person just because?
Monica_Rules said:His point is stupid.the crowd should not have been booing or cheering after serena missed a serve it was disrispectful!
I'm not going to say that serena has no etiquette (i'm nog going to say she do has either => to dangerous in this place) but what does this article say about her etiquette???BigB08822 said:I think Serena's interview and her on court behaviors prove that she has tennis etiquette.
Very well said. Oracene just called it as she saw it - and she certainly does know about class. Of course she's not entirely objective either, they made her baby cry for goodness sake, what good mother would be objective?jenglisbe said:Venus has always been respectful, I think.
Serena, though, often dismisses people - like she did at the end of the match today. I agree with Oracene that the French fans were too hard on Serena (who, by the way, was correct in every line call she argued)...still, Serena would have shown more class by being respectful of Justine instead of sinking to her level.
I believe that is really impossible ven if you win the match.JasonW said:Part of the challenge in tennis is dealing with crowds...A great player doesn't let the crowd get to them. I'm not saying that what French crowd (notorious for booing players they don't like) did was right, but players must rise above it, and put it out of their mind for the time being.