Serena is one scary chick. No, not a chick, A BEAST!!! What she said in her tantrum was uncalled for, showing the whole world her unprofessionalism and devilish side. You do not just get pissed to the point that you smash up your prized racket and threaten a poor line-woman with a fluffy tennis ball. She was completely out of line when she said, “You do not know what I’m capable of,” as she shook a tennis ball violently. If you watch television clips, you can hear her threatening to shove a tennis ball down the poor Asian woman’s throat.
I’m surprised at such outbursts. At least have some decency to remain cool and sportsman-like, and not turn into some Incredible Black Hulk. I mean, I would not mess with those manly muscles myself. She can go on saying she is committed to her job, and her tantrum shows how much she loves her job. But at least stay human and understand how the other person feels. Serena thinks she’s superior and all, but if she cannot be human, I lose respect for her completely. She deserves her fines and losses, despite the controversy she continues to generate. She continues to show little remorse, which points more to her true character. She’s competitive and crazy to the point she forgets how to treat other people, because she thinks she’s on top of the world. Ugh…
GRRR... My TROPHY!!!
AHHH... I LOVE LIFE!!
Roddick throws temper tantrums and cannot win. Nadal is injured and loses his semifinal match. And now the unbeatable champion from the great land of Switzerland, no other than Roger Federer, breaks his winning streak and loses to some dude Del Potro??!! WHAT IS THIS WORLD COMING TO??!!
Federer played the US Open Finals with blood and sweat, for nearly 4 hours and 5 sets! Very exhausting indeed. I started watching the game at 5 pm with my friends, on my lovely large-screen abandoned TV. It didn’t end until after 8 pm. The match was filled with highs and lows, boos and screams. My heart leaped with excitement with each winner and ace Federer hit, playing Del Potro like a puppet dog. My spirits sunk when Federer double faulted or hit a huge out. The dude has been unstoppable though, still holding on to his #1 position for dear life.
It would have been more incredible to watch a Nadal v. Federer game, which I have yet to experience. Better yet, another Federer v. Roddick. I missed an awesome Wimbledon show this past year, where Roddick nearly won by a sliver of hope. But no, he has been disappointing me. And so did Federer too. Maybe he’s just getting old compared to younglings like Del Potro. An Argentenian underdog beat out both Nadal and Federer to claim the year’s title. Oh well, let’s see what happens next season 🙂