Has there ever been a more eventful grand slam?

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Has there ever been a more eventful grand slam?

Post by LuvSports! on Wed 12 Sep 2018, 7:25 am

You;ll be pleased to hear, that this is my last article for a while Smile
This one is about Serena acting just...superbly.... and other things.

Please read!

https://www.theroar.com.au/2018/09/12/has-there-ever-been-a-more-eventful-grand-slam/

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Post by paulcz on Sat 15 Sep 2018, 11:00 am

LS very good insight on us open OK

SW was actually fortunate that the umpire was Ramos. She knew very well that Ramos would not let her get away with her tantrum. Ramos was, in fact, her last salvation. She was in a desperate situation and realized that her outburst was her only way to escape the loss and to blow Osaka out of the rhythm. That's why she chose a theater with sexism and racism. Absolutely typical case of hysterical psychopaths. The same example as it was in the match with Kim Clijsters 2009. The same desperate situation and psychopathic escape the situation.
Nadal is a similar case. He is not a hysterical psychopath, he does not do hysterical scenes. But with the help of his uncle, the worst character out of all the guys on the circuit was born. Anyone who has open eyes and mind can recognize that if he is not in a winning position, he does everything on the court to get his opponent out of concentration and rhythm. He is obviously the most unfair and dishonest player ever playing. He can not handle with loss and when he finds himself in a hopeless situation on the court he prefers retiring the match rather than explaining why his opponent was better. After lost matches, his brain is almost paralyzed and almost unable to communicate normally.
These are clearly the two worst tennis characters on the circuit who are unable to cope with the loss.

On the positive side, the US Open showed its great personalities, winners Novak Djokovic and Osaka Naomi as well as one of the most fair and courageous umpire Carlos Ramos. These are clearly great people and personalities.

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Post by JuliusHMarx on Sat 15 Sep 2018, 10:36 pm

I watched 'Love means Zero' on a plane flight recently - Boris Becker told how, when a set and a break down vs Agassi, he started flirting with Brooke Shields (watching, in Agassi's box) by winking, blowing kisses etc.

This got to Agassi and Becker won in 4 sets.

The things players do to win, eh?

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Post by paulcz on Wed 19 Sep 2018, 11:26 am

Brooke Shields did not give a clear gesture then, otherwise there should not be any effect to AA game Cool

Surely, some individuals not only in sport are able to do everything for a win and not by a chance the same can not cope with their opponent being better. All fans have the choice to identify with what preferences they have. We could see them from fans’s reaction at us open quite clearly, without surprise.

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