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Offline mortdale

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O.P. « 2017-Jul-05, 02:44 PM »
I once used to enjoy watching Tennis and following the development of junior Australians making their way on the world circuit.

What we have now is, "TENARSE".

Played by ARSE's like "Tomic the Tosser" and "Kyrgios the Kroc".

If Tennis Australia is funding these 2 creeps in anyway at all they must pull all financial support NOW.

We keep having this political push that we must all set examples for our younger generation but these 2 clowns continue to act like brats and then get treated like royalty.

The likes of Laver, Rosewell, Newcombe, Cash and Rafter must be livid with their behaviour.

The only Australian outcry has come from former Wimbledon champion Rennae Stubbs who launched a broadside at Bernard Tomic, labelling Tomic a disgrace.

Then Martina Navratilova said, "It's disrespectful to the sport and disrespectful to the history of the sport. If you can't get motivated at Wimbledon it's time to find another job," she said.

Tennis Australia will find that major sponsors will start dropping off very quickly if they don't take action ASAP as no major corporate company can be seen supporting drop kicks like these 2.

By the way, what the hell have they won that is of any importance on the world stage?


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« 2017-Jul-05, 04:45 PM Reply #1 »
I've been giving both the benefit of the doubt until now.

This last few days has been the straw that broke the camel's back.

They both should be ashamed of themselves.

With all that talent and with so little heart.

Mort quite rightly mentions some wonderful Aussie players.

But misses one who exemplified what it means to be a fighter.

Love him or hate him Hewit never gave up until the last point.

How many times did he get to five sets after losing the first two or two of the first three?

More ticker in his little finger than both of these two palookas possess in their whole bodies.

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« 2017-Jul-05, 05:08 PM Reply #2 »
JWH,

You are 100% spot on about Lleyton Hewitt.

His fight, tenacity and undeniable love of playing Davis Cup for Australia should never be lost.

However to mention Lleyton's name in the same sentence as those other 2 creeps is not right.

Those 2 creeps haven't earned the right to even mix in the same circles as Lleyton and the other greats of Australian Tennis I mentioned earlier.

JWH, you and I grew up in an era when you had to work hard for your achievements and to see these 2 creeps have the "golden spoon" handed to them makes me sick.

They have zero respect for their sport and their country, that's if they really call Australia their home.

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« 2017-Jul-05, 05:38 PM Reply #3 »


How many times did he get to five sets after losing the first two or two of the first three?



Come On!!!!!



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« 2017-Jul-05, 06:05 PM Reply #4 »
Come On!!!!!



Hi Gintara,

It would have been good if all our Greyhounds over the years had chased as hard as Lleyton.

You and I could have owned Hamilton Island...........LOL

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« 2017-Jul-05, 07:03 PM Reply #5 »
If Hewitt had half the talent of the current 2 he'd have been far greater than Federer.

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« 2017-Jul-05, 09:06 PM Reply #6 »
Hi Gintara,

It would have been good if all our Greyhounds over the years had chased as hard as Lleyton.

You and I could have owned Hamilton Island...........LOL

 :clap2:

Yes Morts, the game would have been easy  :thumbsup:

Offline firezuki

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« 2017-Jul-14, 01:29 AM Reply #7 »
I've been giving both the benefit of the doubt until now.



I haven't. I got the bastards pegged straight away.


Hang on.  Weren't you one of the dribbledicks that said I was racist because of their lineage?    :yes:

Online fours

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« 2017-Aug-20, 11:02 AM Reply #8 »
All,

Apparently Kyrgios has admitted to tanking easier matches after his win against Nadal.

Surely some sort of serious penalty should apply.

Think about potential betting rorts that may apply to people in on this as just one reason why.

Think about paying spectators getting ripped off too!

Fours

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« 2017-Aug-20, 12:25 PM Reply #9 »
Enter, Peter M  :whistle:

Online fours

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« 2017-Aug-20, 01:38 PM Reply #10 »
Arthur,

A lot of the prizemoney on offer for the players comes from paying spectators at the venue and the various media forms and sponsorships.

All have a reasonale expectation of a genuine competition between the players - they are paying for it after all.

Perhaps a class action by all of those so affected against a player tanking would set things straight!

Fours

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« 2017-Aug-20, 07:51 PM Reply #11 »
Fours

Either you have misunderstood my response . .

Or . .

I have misunderstood yours  :chin:

Offline Peter Mair

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« 2017-Aug-20, 11:53 PM Reply #12 »


........... please prosecute my case, Arthur........... time off for bad behaviour.

Offline arthur

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« 2017-Aug-21, 08:18 AM Reply #13 »
Well Peter is always looking for 'smokeys' and 'insider trading' of the equine persuasion . . when  often they aren't there

But admitted human cheating at any level of professional tennis sport, is deserving of harsh penalty, for so many reasons . .

So, I think that on this occasion, Fours, Peter, and Arthur, are singing from the same hymnal

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« 2017-Aug-30, 10:03 AM Reply #14 »
I nearly choked on my corn flakes at breakfast this morning when I heard an ABC radio commentator refer to Bernard Tomic, after his first round loss at the US Open, as a "gun tennis player". Who is he kidding ?

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« 2017-Aug-30, 04:56 PM Reply #15 »
I actually feel sorry for Bernie.
He definitely has some sort of mental problem .
Can play if he ever gets over that.

BTW Ron too much sugar in cornflakes😀😀

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« 2017-Aug-31, 07:13 AM Reply #16 »
Nick Kyrgios has broken more tennis rackets (3) than the number of matches he has won ( 2) at Grand Slams in the 2017 calendar year.




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