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[–] Nalbarcam 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

whiny kids who play tennis and act this way aren't permitted to play if they continue. why should exceptions be made if you're any better at the game? it shouldn't, it doesn't, it didn't.

she just blabbed her way into sjw whining about gender and other nonsense. rude to the player she played against as well.

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[–] capnflummox 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

It should, but it doesn't.

It should matter. It's either a contest of the best player or it's not.

Congratulations. You just invalidated the US Open.

Go fuck yourself, kike.

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[–] Nalbarcam 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

I think we agree mate, you might just be misreading me. It's a contest to find out who's the best player. If someone throws multiple hissy fits, that should reflect on the game. Other players get treated the same, just turns out she in this case took things farther than she usually does.

She's probably pissed that she's getting passed up by some young up and comer, meanwhile she has a kid she's either trying to show off for, or forget that she has so she can keep up being in her glory days. All that plus hormones / potentially some kind of steroids (idk the amount of truth in this)

Players should be able to get irrationally angry, so long as that's directed -at themselves,- which is a classically tennis thing to do. Serena in this case was not doing that, she was directing her rage -at others- and that is categorically unacceptable no matter what game you play. Stefan Molyneux has some good related words on the subject