Response to Susan W.,
You obviously don’t know much about the game. The difference is that McEnroe, Conners, etc, did not threaten to kill the officials. She showed her true colors when she lost her temper.
She was not disqualified by the way. She was penalized one point, which happened to be match point. It was her second code violation of the match, which the rules call for the one point penalty. To blame the linesperson for doing her job is simply ignorant.
To say she would probably have beaten Klijsters is further proof that you do not know the game. Serena was beaten, and just could not accept that. You bleading heart liberals always want to play the race card when someone of color is held responsible for bad behavior. Get real.
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How do you know this person is a liberal? When did political affiliation become a part of commenting on sports? If liberals are the only people to jump to the race card, then do conservatives only ignore the race card? Therefore, do they assume that racism never plays a part in anything? Does this mean that conservatives aren’t in touch with minority issues? Lol! So many questions from this post! In other news, bad call, uncalled for outburst. The end.
And you douche-bags always want to vilify an easy target. Way to show YOUR true colors…But of course, I’m sure you’re perfect in every way.
I totally agree with your statement, except for the last sentence.
…Well, not he one where you say “get real” the one before that.
I’m a liberal and I don’t think this has anything whatsoever to do with her race.
Saying “you bleeding heart liberals…” based on one person going off the deep end, defending this, would be like me saying:
“All guys named Roy are always commenting about tennis on online forums.” Based on just one person doing it. IN conclusion, you’re right, but this has nothing to do with liberal vs. conservative.
This is about bad sportsmanship and its consequences.