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Larry Elder Sep 11
Nearly all tennis pundits and pros--afraid of being called “racist"--made excuses for the inexcusable, victicrat behavior of —except for Navratilova, who said boorish behavior by men is no excuse for women to do likewise. Bravo, Martina!
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Herald Sun Sep 15
. cartoonist Mark Knight reflects on how he should have drawn Serena Williams
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Love 15 Sep 14
There's been a lot of talk about male tennis players constantly getting away with misbehavior on the court. So, for kicks, here's a little of incidents where the hammer came down:
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Mick Dennis Sep 9
If you’re looking for an inspirational female role model, how about Naomi Osaka? She played superb tennis, kept sufficiently focused to win, while her opponent was using her commercial importance to tennis to threaten an umpire.
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Mark Steyn Sep 10
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Alison Mau Sep 10
Anybody else catch Dijokovic smashing his racquet (against the net? Not caught on camera but you could hear it) on at 5-4 down in the second set of the ? No mention at all from umpire or commentators
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Sukhmani ∞ Singh Jan 17
So hits a ball into the crowd in frustration, which should've be an automatic warning from the chair umpire, but receives no warning. Can't help but wonder what might've happened if it had been acting out like that?!! Oh wait..
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✍️(Hilary)🚴🏻‍♀️📚 Sep 13
Please take us into our history not Trump’s USA 2018 Will anyone say, can anyone say Serena Williams behaved badly because she was losing and she lost the plot. She stole the show and to do so she blamed everyone but herself
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Stephen Graham Sep 10
It’s a twisted world when you think Serena was badly treated for her appalling behaviour in which robbed Osaka from celebrating her first major. By all means campaign for the men to be punished more but not for Serena to be treated more leniently.
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Debbie King Sep 10
S/O to the team at . This is by far, the most thorough and informed discussion I've heard regarding all that went down in the Osaka vs. Serena . The sport + sexism +racism + Serena's plight + game stats - you'll hear it all here
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Andrew Corsello Sep 10
1/16 I’m still having trouble buying that this is about what most everyone seems to think it is. I can’t escape the knowledge that this is the second time she's detonated her US Open by going full Ultimate Warrior on a line judge/umpire—
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👦🏿6lackkid👦🏿 Sep 19
Ronaldo on 🔴 red card, “I have seen other women do it and not get punished for it, I’m just here trying to fight for men rights”
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Sherwin Bryce-Pease Sep 10
Will be chatting with on imminently about reaction to Serena Williams on court incident in the this past weekend
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AAEC Sep 11
When an editorial cartoon goes viral for all the wrong reasons—cartoonists and journalists weigh in on the racist, sexist editorial cartoon about Serena Williams, and the many ways it fails.
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RT Sport Sep 12
'Umpires keep asking: ‘What if it was me in that chair on Saturday?’ There is a widespread feeling that Carlos (Ramos) was hung out to dry' 🎾 ▶️◀️
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Mark Barnes💡 Sep 20
What happened to at the should be a huge wake-up call for the and and many businesses around the world that need to hack their rules and their treatment of women. I explain, in this edition of Uncut.
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NBC News THINK Sep 11
. and deserved better than 2018's sexist . But fans shouldn't be surprised, writes . The match was one more dramatic reminder of how rampant sexism still is at the sport’s highest levels:
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Basia Sep 10
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Anuraag Saxena Sep 9
The culprit in this fiasco is ___________?
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Ralph Reed Sep 10
Serena Williams' poor sportsmanship and bad conduct at did a disservice to the game and Naomi Osaka of Japan, who became the first major champion of Asian descent in history.
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