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Grunting Serena Williams’ Intentional Hindrance To Being A Good Sport

SERENA Williams lost the final of tennis’s US Open to Australia’s Sam Stosur.

And she is not a good loser. Good sports do not make great champions. (John McEnroe get the enduring fame for his 1981 tennis brat outburst but if you want to see a real tantrum go to Monica Hingis in the French Open in 1999, when the Swiss Miss cried, argued, served underarm and walked onto her opponent’s side of the court.)

The highlight of what should have been Stosur’s day occurred when Williams hit the ball and before her opponent had had the chance to hit is back yelled “Come on!“. Umpire Eva Asderaki said Williams was guilty of “intentional hindrance” and awarded the point to Stosur.

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Posted: 12th, September 2011 | In: Sports | Comments (3)