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Serena Williams - a \"modest\" girl
JesD
#22 Posted : Friday, December 07, 2007 8:56:45 AM(UTC)
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insulting her wont make her play badly
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#2 Posted : Friday, December 07, 2007 1:23:55 PM(UTC)
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[quote user="shrapi"]

Serena is a poisonous snake, a viper.


She is disgusting.


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you're not polite Shrapi ,


and calm down , you're acting like Mashs's your doughter ,

loMASHAlo
#25 Posted : Friday, December 07, 2007 2:33:40 PM(UTC)
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[quote user="CheesyBread"][quote user="Michael Jung"]

You know she's really defective,


when she's on TV;


and besides


her ass is really fat. 


 


Her father is her coach?  He couldn't get a job at 7 - Eleven.


 


She has a sister?  Some people breed like rabbits.


Not everyone should be allowed to reproduce:


there should be laws preventing stupid people from breeding.


 


The way she dresses:


you can join the   Fashion                         [8o|]   N a z i s   [8o|],


regular people like me and you:


what would they really say about what her,


if they were able to say anything at all?


 


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OH MY GOSH!!!!! ARE YOU KIDDING ME?? CLEO IS RIGHT!! EVERYONE HERE IS RACIST!


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Hey mate chill,nobody's here racist ,may be you didn't understand them well ,I think they don't like her playing and her behaviour but not because she's .................

patricepoon
#39 Posted : Wednesday, January 02, 2008 1:16:38 PM(UTC)
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Hahahaa
Yeaa ~~ I agree that you said about her poor attitude..
I don't know why she has to be that COCKY. Perhaps she's learning that from "Early Hingis"...
Yet, I do think Serena should learn from her sister Venus.
Venus is way nicer off court, I still remember she smiled to me and my friend while we wave at her when she was taking photo w/ a kid.
What about Serena? She didn't even bother to turn her head and look at us even there was only 2 people being able to spot her on the road.
I used to like Serena, but her attitude turns me off!!

Oh yeh ~ btw, she likes to blame people for losing.... remember the French Open Final Fiasco between she and Henin?

 

beni
#10 Posted : Thursday, January 10, 2008 4:55:22 PM(UTC)
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Cheesed-off
tennis star Serena reveals broken heart

 

AFP

January 10, 2008



SYDNEY
(AFP) - Australian Open champion Serena Williams has
revealed that she will defend her title this month nursing a broken heart --
and that she has found solace in a book called "Who Moved My Cheese?"



Williams
bares her feelings in her blog on the official website www.serenawilliams.com,
unloading her angst at putting her faith in a boyfriend then being dumped.





"Trust is something you vowed
you would never do again, but slowly your heart comes out of its steel
enclosure," she wrote in the entry posted on her website Monday.










"You feel like you can trust
him, you feel as if everything you went through was for a reason, and the
reason was to meet him."



The world number seven does not
reveal the name of her suitor in the entry, although the last man publicly
linked to the American eight-time Grand Slam winner was US actor Jackie Long.



Williams reveals that as "weeks
turn into months" her bliss sours as her beau fails to declare his love.



"No, not the 'L' word, but what
you have been most afraid of," she wrote.



"What deep in your heart you
have been afraid to confront. What you always suspected would happen one day
sooner or later. HE STOPS CALLING. You panic."



Williams details how she felt
foolish and hurt at losing the chance to find a soulmate, concluding
"eventually you know you will find the keys to your heart, but also in the
back of your mind you think ... will it happen again?"



In another entry, Williams writes
about the changes the break-up brought to her life.



"I decided to rid myself of
relationships that could stop me from reaching the main goal which is being the
best," she wrote. "I did not want anything to stand in my way of
doing what I do best, which is playing tennis."



She said she found comfort in the
book "Who Moved My Cheese?" by motivational author Spencer Johnson,
who likens mice in a maze hunting for cheese to humans searching for happiness
and success.



"Basically, it was talking
about complacency and being afraid of change," Williams wrote.



"I then realised that I was
afraid to change, afraid to move on. I was afraid to find new cheese! I thought
there was only one cheese out there but after reading that book I realised that
there is all types of cheese out there."



The book, published in the 1990s,
has sold more than 10 million copies, according to the author's website.



It has also inspired a number of parodies,
including "Who Cut the Cheese?" by "Stilton Jarlsberg".

 
 

...just a piece of advice: STOP SCARING THEM AWAY!!! 

loMASHAlo
#26 Posted : Thursday, January 10, 2008 5:40:02 PM(UTC)
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[quote user="patricepoon"]

Hahahaa
Yeaa ~~ I agree that you said about her poor attitude..
I don't know why she has to be that COCKY. Perhaps she's learning that from "Early Hingis"...
Yet, I do think Serena should learn from her sister Venus.
Venus is way nicer off court, I still remember she smiled to me and my friend while we wave at her when she was taking photo w/ a kid.
What about Serena? She didn't even bother to turn her head and look at us even there was only 2 people being able to spot her on the road.
I used to like Serena, but her attitude turns me off!!


Oh yeh ~ btw, she likes to blame people for losing.... remember the French Open Final Fiasco between she and Henin?

 


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yes,I remember. agree with you and she's always make excuses for her loss

shrapi
#45 Posted : Friday, January 11, 2008 5:25:01 AM(UTC)
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Facing Henin she will have a problem I suppose.

NuTmEg
#37 Posted : Friday, January 11, 2008 12:49:36 PM(UTC)
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wow...you people are still the same...lol...just because she's able to open her mouth and say what she thinks about herself makes her cocky? i'm sure jh and even masha think they are the best...do they say it..no...do they think it? hell yes other wise they wouldn't be out there fighting...so get off your high horses about her being cocky...

 

peace 

Dartagnan
#31 Posted : Saturday, April 07, 2012 3:07:05 PM(UTC)
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Serena Williams is back for a strong tennis!!! 


Serena Williams vs. Samantha Stosur - 2012 Family Circle Cup Semifinal Preview


                        Serena Williams 


Former Charleston champion Serena Williams takes on Australian Samantha Stosur (6-1; 6-1) for a place in the final of the 2012 Family Circle Cup, a WTA premier event being played here in Charleston, USA.


Serena Williams returned to WTA tour last year after a year of injury hiatus and picked up back-to-back titles in Stanford and Toronto to return to top 20 in women's tennis. The new season, however, did not give Williams a favourable start as after a fourth round exit from Australian Open, Serena reached the quarterfinals of the Sony Ericsson Open before falling to Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki. Winner of 39 career singles titles, Williams is seeking her first final of the year.


Serena's opponent, Australian Samantha Stosur did the near-impossible last season when she beat Williams on her home soil in a Grand Slam final at the US Open. Stosur, a winner of just 3 career singles titles is currently ranked no.5 in the world by the virtue of her consistent performances in the past 12 months.


Both players have competed 8 matches before and Williams has an impressive 5-3 edge in the head-to-head. In the pair's most recent meeting in Miami last week, Williams recorded a comprehensive win to advance to the last eight.


http://www.tennisearth.c...final-Preview-952714.htm



"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



Dartagnan
#32 Posted : Sunday, April 08, 2012 2:56:55 PM(UTC)
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SERENA WILLIAMS IS BACK WITH HER FIRST TROPHY.


SERENA WILLIAMS CELEBRATES AFTER DEFEATING LUCIE SAFAROVA, OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC, DURING THEIR FINALS MATCH AT THE FAMILY CIRCLE CUP TENNIS TOURNAMENT - PHOTO


Serena Williams celebrates after defeating Lucie Safarova, of the Czech Republic, during their finals match at the Family Circle Cup tennis tournament


dimanche 8 avril, 21h15
Serena Williams celebrates after defeating Lucie Safarova, of the Czech Republic, during their finals match at the Family Circle Cup tennis tournament in Charleston, S.C., Sunday, April 8, 2012. Williams won 6-0, 6-1. (AP Photo/Mic Smith)


http://fr.sports.yahoo.c...hoto/08042012191554.html

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#51 Posted : Thursday, May 17, 2012 10:37:30 PM(UTC)
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#53 Posted : Friday, May 18, 2012 7:00:49 AM(UTC)
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Hello Adrian,

Enjoy what you're doin' or get in line. The administrator will decide if you're deleted

or if u stay...make the right pick!!!...and quickly...


WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD
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whst are you talking about crouching tiger ?
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#55 Posted : Thursday, May 24, 2012 3:39:57 PM(UTC)
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John Patrick McEnroe, Jr. (born February 16, 1959) is a former world no. 1 professional tennis player from the United States. 


P. McEnroe, an amercian citizen prefers to support Serena Williams at the Roland Garros tournament. 







Evert, P. McEnroe tab Serena as Paris favorite


Ticker - Thursday, May 24, 2012









 




ESPN analysts Chris Evert and Patrick McEnroe tab Serena Williams as the favorite to win Roland Garros. Serena won her sole French Open title in 2002 and hasn't reached the final since. She's riding a 17-match winning streak on clay, although she pulled out of Rome last week before her semifinal against Li Na.


"I just have never seen Serena play this well on clay before, and she has never really come back with as much aggressiveness, and I think her fitness level is higher than we have seen it," Evert told reporters. "She’s moving better and she wants the French Open really badly. She’s talked about it all year because it is the one surface that eludes her at times, the clay. She’s brilliant on the hard court and the grass, but has not had as much success on the clay. So I think you’re going to see a triangle effect here with [Maria] Sharapova who has also played some great clay court tennis, and [Victoria] Azarenka. And the big question is, can [Azarenka] continue her dominance on the slower surface versus the hard court which she excelled on the last few months. It’s really interesting and it’s a tough one to call now."


McEnroe said that one of the primary reasons for Serena's excellence on dirt this season is her movement.


"I think some of my spies who were there at the Fed Cup when the U.S. played about a month ago, said that she seemed to be very, very determined to get herself in tiptop condition and that maybe she wasn’t quite where she needed to be fitness‑wise in Australia, and that she was determined to not let that happen again," he said. "So obviously she’s playing great. I think the difficulty for her at this point being a little bit older is that I think there’s more of a chance, as we saw in Australia, that she can have an off day. And because there’s a lot more depth in the women’s game. I think the only really fear for her is that she has an off day, or it’s a heavy condition kind of day in Paris where it can get rainy and a little bit windy and cold; so that could be tough for her. She’s got to find a way to win those matches when she’s not going to be at her best. Obviously when she’s at her best, she’s the best player in women’s tennis. But what’s lacking is the consistency day‑in, day‑out. So if she can somehow get through that maybe one or two matches that she may have, she’s certainly got a great chance to win it."






http://tennis.com/articl...leid=17780&zoneid=25


Dartagnan: According to me, Serena Williams has little chance to win the Roland Garros tournament because she had a very long rest, an it is not possible physically for her to have a wonderfull performance after this long rest, even if she won a tournament recently.  Serena is also old, she nearly reached a retired age for a tennis player so she can't play like a young tennis player. Younger tennis players recovered quickly. 


Younger tennis players have more chance to win this tournament.

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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#56 Posted : Tuesday, May 29, 2012 9:21:58 AM(UTC)
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Let's see if Serena Williams can win the singles&mixed doubles at the same time at Roland Garros with a recent back injury. 





Serena, Bob Bryan playing in French mixed


Ticker - Tuesday, May 29, 2012









 




Bob Bryan and Serena Williams are entered in the Roland Garros mixed doubles draw. After it was tweeted that Nadia Petrova, who is playing the mixed event with Daniel Nestor, had said that she and the Canadian are favored to win the tournament (she said so in a light-hearted way), Bob tweeted: "Can Serena and I be the second favored?"


It is unclear whether Serena and Bob Bryan will play the Olympic mixed doubles together.


Venus Williams has said that she would like to play Olympic doubles, but she is unsure whether she will be healthy enough to do so. She added that if she feels like she might be able to do it, her and Serena might decide to play Wimbledon doubles. The sisters, who won the doubles gold medal in 2008, have won 12 Grand Slam doubles titles together, but have not played together since 2010 Wimbledon due to illnesses and injuries.


Other American men have said they would like to play mixed doubles with Serena, including Mike BryanJohn Isner, and Andy Roddick. Serena has been noncommittal, saying she would play with any of them. When asked about it at Roland Garros, her childhood friend Roddick said: "I can't get a hold of her. If you see her, ask her for me."—Matt Cronin






http://tennis.com/articl...leid=17884&zoneid=25

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



Dartagnan
#57 Posted : Wednesday, January 23, 2013 5:25:06 PM(UTC)
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SHOW ME, SHOW ME THE GIRL WHO DEFEATED EASILY SERENA WILLIAMS,


I WANT TO SEE THIS GIRL!!!!


Sloane Stephens of the U.S. shakes hands with compatriot Serena Williams after defeating her in their women's singles quarter-final match at the Australian Open tennis tournament


Jan 23, 2013 


Sloane Stephens, seeded 29th, pulled off the biggest surprise of the Australian Open so far Wednesday, beating Serena Williams in the quarterfinals Wednesday.


Stephens, 19, gained revenge on Williams for her defeat in Brisbane three weeks earlier with a 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 win.


“Yeah, I don't know how I feel. It's still strange,” Stephens was quoted as saying on the tournament website.


“This morning when I got up, I was like, Look, dude, you can do this. Like, go out and play and do your best.”


Five-time Australian Open champion Williams was 5-4 down in the second set when she sprained her back and went to the locker room to receive treatment.


After she returned, Stephens closed out the set, but still faced a tough task to beat the hampered Williams, who later blamed her poor recent injury record for the defeat.


“I've had a tough two weeks between the ankle, which is like this big every day, and my back, which started hurting,” Williams said on the tournament website.


In the semifinal, Stephens will face reigning champion Victoria Azarenka, who defeated Russia’s Svetlana Kuznetsova 7-5, 6-1.


“I think we were both producing, you know, good tennis, but I felt like she was a little bit on top of me on the important moments. Then I turned it around and I took control in my hands and it was more up to me,“ Azarenka said praising her next opponent.


“I think Sloane is a very, very talented girl. I think over the last couple years you see her development, you know, as a tennis player.”


Azarenka surged back from 4-1 down in the first set. Kuznetsova's attempt at a second set fightback was hampered in the first game of the second set when she injured her knee, which caused her to miss most of last season.


“I was really scared because I almost broke it again the same way I did it,” Kuznetsova said. “I was a little bit freaking out because I didn't want to have another time off.”


The second semifinal will pit second seed Maria Sharapova of Russia against Chinese sixth seed Li Na.



"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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SHOW ME, SHOW ME THE GIRL WHO DEFEATED EASILY SERENA WILLIAMS,


I WANT TO SEE THIS GIRL!!!!


Williams fined $1500 for broken racket



US tennis star Serena Williams has been fined $1500 for breaking her racket after losing to Sloane Stephens at the Australian Open quarter-finals.




This has been the biggest fine ever charged in the tournament’s women's singles competitions.


Williams suffered a sensational defeat from the 19-year-old American Sloane Stephens (6:3, 5:7, 4:6).


Now Stephens will play against Viktoria Azarenko of Belarus. Russia’s Maria Sharapova and China's Li Na are playing in the second round of semi-finals.



Sloane Stephens of the U.S. shakes hands with compatriot Serena Williams after defeating her in their women's singles quarter-final match at the Australian Open tennis tournament


Jan 23, 2013 

"I'd love to open a tennis school for children in my hometown of Sochi." said Sharapova Maria.



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Serena Williams was in tears on Friday after snatching an historic victory at the Qatar Open which ensured that she would become the oldest woman to hold the WTA Tour's world number one ranking.

The 31-year-old American's 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 victory over Petra Kvitova in the quarter-finals put her back on top of the world after an interval of two and a half years during which she sometimes thought she might never play again.

Williams had been 1-4 down in the final set of an outstanding match against the Czech, and her relieved smile, heavenward gesture and tears in her moment of triumph gave lie to her earlier statement that the number one position no longer mattered.

"I am so sensitive nowadays - I am always crying, but I never thought I would be here again you know"

Serena Williams

"I am so sensitive nowadays - I am always crying, but I never thought I would be here again you know," said Williams in a reference to the pulmonary embolism from which she suffered in 2011, threatening her life as well as her career.

"I have been through so much and I never thought I would be here," she repeated.

The victory, which was due to her very special competitive spirit and instinct for finding a way when no clear direction is evident, earns her the top spot at an age six months older than her fellow American Chris Evert did at 30 years and 11 months.

That was more than 27 years ago, underlining Williams' status as one of the all-time greats, and possibly the finest woman player there has ever been.

"When I was down I heard people cheering for me and I don't get that all the time," said Williams, who will start her 124th career week at number one on Monday.
Williams will replace Victoria Azarenka as world number one after progressing to semi-finals.
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