Serena Williams wahh wahh !

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  1. StarWars

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    Don, you forgot Track and Field. Blacks rarely talk about it but they love it just as much as football or basketball. Go to any highschool track meet and you see them congregate at the 100m, long jump, and 200m hollering and whooping about how fast their favorite brotha can run and then compare him to Bolt. Luckily at the one I went to a white man in a final heat of 4 other blacks beat them. In the numbers they do track they should be winning. They don't like T&F in the numbers of other sports but in proportion to whites they participate in T&F like 10x more.

    After basketball football and track and field are tied. Golf at an older age amongst the middle class blacks that think they can play any sport better than whites because the media says so.

    Look at dumb they look when their players like Rondo shoot a basketball. It is so uncoordinated. I can look normal throwing a football, hitting a three, or swinging a bat. I highly doubt many blacks are capable of this. They specialize in one sport like T&F, football, or b-ball and try to go pro in it or give up to their ghettoes to denounce white athletes on the internet.

    Why the hell are so many whites so ready to believe blacks are better than us at sports?
     
  2. white lightning

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    Great post Don. I hope your right. It does seem as if there is a light at the end of the tunnel. It can't get here soon enough. I get so tired of all of the bashing. I fear however that as our numbers of the white population decline, the levels of our athletes we love to watch might decline. I hope I'm wrong.

    The biggest keys is for white families to have more kids. Also for us to teach the kids about the double standards and tell them that they can play any sport they want. From a sprinter, to a running back, to a boxer. Talent equals hard work, plus opportunity, plus desire.
     
  3. guest301

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    Serena lost in the quaterfinals today in a tight 3-setter to Svetlana Kuzenova(spelling). Serena in her remarks after the match stated that "she lost because of things she did and not anything that Svetlana did". Very classy. [​IMG]
     
  4. Maple Leaf

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    Witches like her always blame others for their personal failures. I said she's slipping and losing it and she is.
     
  5. Maple Leaf

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    What do you mean by "lack of 'coattails?"

    You are absolutely right. Other than football -where blacks are a protected species- white numbers will stay high and black numbers will fall. In T&F though, blacks really are only notworthy in the sprints and some African distance runners. The rest of T&F is wide open to all, especially whites.
     
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  7. Matra1

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    Serena has been named female athlete of the year by AP.

    Disgraceful
     
  8. Matra1

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    I like the first comment at the link above:

    Serena Williams - AP Female Athlete of Year

    Tiger Woods - AP Male Athlete of Year

    Now we understand what's wrong with America.
     
  9. Quiet Speed

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    I see another Australian Open were anti-inflammatory meds are part of S. Williams' arsenal. Early on, I believed Venus was the more ungracious of the two. That's not the case now.


    </span>January 15th, 2010</span>



    Serena Loses Sydney Final to Dementieva, Spins Loss</span>



    by Staff</span>
    - After Serena Williams went Mike Tyson on a linesperson at the US Open, you thought her 2010 would be free of drama? Think again.

    Serena, who earlier this month when asked about retaining the No. 1
    ranking in 2010 replied, "Everyone assumes that I'm No. 1 anyway,"Â￾ lost
    in the WTA Sydney final on Saturday to Russian Elena Dementieva 6-3,
    6-2 when the younger Williams sister's chronic knee problem flared up.


    Dementieva is the first woman since Martina Hingis in 2001 and 2002 to win Sydney in consecutive years.


    "I'm very satisfied with the way I was playing today and the whole
    week,"Â￾ Dementieva said. "It's just great to have a chance to play
    against the best players in the world this week, especially coming into
    the Grand Slam. Right now I just want to enjoy the moment of winning
    Sydney."Â￾


    Williams had little chance with her hampered court movement as the
    Russian tacked groundstrokes corner to corner, hitting a flurry of
    winners throughout the contest.


    "It's just a little pain and the strapping usually helps the pain go
    away sometimes,"Â￾ said Williams of her strapped left knee. "I haven't
    played for two months on a competitive level, so I think it's good for
    my body to go through this now, especially since I'm in doubles as well
    as singles. I think it's a great blessing in a way. I played four
    matches and my body hasn't been used to it. Now we're ready and ready
    to go."Â￾


    Set your post-match conference to "spin."Â￾


    No word on if the younger Williams sister's "blessing"Â￾ will hamper her effort beginning next week at the Australian Open.


    The women's doubles final was won by top seeds Cara Black and Liezel
    Huber, who defeated Tathiana Garbin and Nadia Petrova 6-1, 3-6, 10-3.

    Edited by: Quiet Speed
     
  10. Matra1

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    Serena Williams is out of the US Open as she's recovering from surgery to her foot.
     
  11. Don Wassall

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    Serena Williams hasn't played since Wimbledon and now this. End of her career maybe?

    Serena Williams undergoes emergency surgery

    (Reuters) - Serena Williams is recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after undergoing emergency treatment for a blood clot in her lungs, People magazine reported on Wednesday.


    Tennis officials were unable to confirm the report but a representative for the 29-year-old Williams told the magazine she was treated on Monday after falling ill.


    "Monday Serena Williams underwent emergency treatment at Cedars (Sinai Medical Center) for a hematoma she suffered as a result of treatment for a more critical situation," Nicole Chabot told People.


    "Last week, Serena suffered from a pulmonary embolism (a blood clot in the lungs) which was discovered upon her return to L.A. She had been in New York for doctor appointments for the ongoing issues with her foot."


    The former world number one has not played competitively since winning last year's Wimbledon title after cutting her foot on broken glass at a restaurant in Germany.


    Williams, who has fallen to 11th in the world rankings during her extended layoff, has undergone at least two operations on her foot and was preparing to return to training soon.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/02/us-tennis-serena-idUSTRE72142120110302
     
  12. Liverlips

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    What will we do without the #11 player in the world?
     
  13. Colonel_Reb

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    Wouldn't bother me if she never played again. Women's matches would look and sound a lot better without her![​IMG]
     
  14. JReb1

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    Watching pretty White girls/women in short skirts having nice volleys is why I LOVE female tennis. Watching a ridiculously dressed black ho built like a man and hitting like one is not my idea of enjoyable viewing. Thankfully the Williams are nearing the end and we won't have to see their ugly (faces) tennis anymore![​IMG]
     
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  16. Matra1

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    Serena is whining again. Today at Wimbledon: "They like to put us on Court 2, me and Venus, for whatever reason. I haven't figured it out yet. Maybe one day we'll figure it out. I don't know."

    This is a constant complaint of Serena. First of all the people who pay big money to watch at centre court want to see real matches not 6-1 6-0 in 50 minutes. Second of all, most people don't like watching her because, well, they don't like her very much! No doubt what she and her father think the reason for her being sent to play in smaller courts. (Go ahead take a guess!) Her demands for respect show she doesn't understand the world beyond the black-dominated US sports culture. In Europe you get respect when you deserve it, not when you DEMAND it.
     
  17. Matra1

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    Chris Fowler is at it again.

    Whlie talking about Nadal's and Federer's parents being invited to view their sons matches from the Royal Box at Wimbledon's Centre Court Fowler says "I'm wondering when Mr Williams is going to get a similar invitation". (Exact or pretty close to exact words). Brad Gilbert then expresses disbelief that with all the championships the Williams sisters have won Richard Williams hasn't been invited to the Royal Box. Fowler then said how weird it is. I guess we all know what he is hinting.

    Can you imagine a clown like Williams in the Royal Box? He'd go out of his way to be obnoxious. Probably would dress like a slob and start an argument with someone.
     
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    I find it funny that the few black that do well in white dominated sports tend to exhibit TNB. Both Williams sisters, their father, Tiger Woods..... .
     
  19. FootballDad

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    Ah yes, another perfect addition to this thread. Media caste lackeys are up-in-arms about Ms. Williams seed for the US Open. They label her as the prohibitive favorite to win the tournament, yet she is seeded 28 based on her WTA ranking. Wahh wahh!!

    Ugly Serena Williams seeded badly, wahh wahh!
     
  20. Quiet Speed

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    Serena can’t be seeded beyond her actual ranking. She’ll even tell you that. She unfortunately had some slight swelling in her big toe, causing her to default in the second round in Cincinnati last week. This is serious, what’s wrong with these people who don’t see the implications for the U.S. Open. :biggrin:
     
  21. Matra2

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    The author of the linked article says that Serena's outburst two years ago at a lineswoman is one reason for her poor ranking. This tells me the author knows little about how tennis works. If female players like Serena could ignore all non-Grand Slam tournaments and still get a very high ranking a lot of them would do so. That would pretty much destroy the WTA tour. Already the WTA is having to leech off the men's tour playing at the same events in order to get the public to notice them and to get revenue they would not get from stand alone women's tour events. Using a ranking system to determine who they play in the early rounds of majors like the US Open is one of the few weapons the sport's organizers have to use against players who'd rather be modelling or sunning themselves by the pool.
     
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    Kudos to Mary Carillo.

    The article ends with the comment:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/tennis/blog/busted_racquet/post/Carillo-Serena-Williams-acted-like-an-8216-as?urn=ten-wp3290

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    'm sure many people would rather watch Zvonereva and Schiavone than either Williams but alas the Caste media don't think so.
     
  23. Don Wassall

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    I've never liked Mary Carillo as she seems like a smug, super-feminist ala Martina Navratilova, but will give her kudos here. And "ass clown" has always been one of my favorite pejoratives. :smiley:
     
  24. Colonel_Reb

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    I agree, it is nice to see some truth being told about the big black cry-baby. Don, I miss our old axe-clown emoticon. It was a funny one.
     
  25. Matra2

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    Taki, who used to be on the tennis tour, mentions the Williams sisters:

    http://takimag.com/article/whingers...ed:+takimag+(Taki’s+Magazine)#axzz20TlPmEri
     

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