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Davenport said about Mauresmo that "it was like playing a man" out there, or something to that effect, in reference to how hard Amelie hit. I watched that match, and no one with a brain would think Nole was being a bad sport taking his time in an exhausting match.She called Amelie and apologized after the remark was pounced on by the media. The crowd didn't seem to think he did anything seriously offensive either, and in fact, he didn't - he knew after his one incident at the Open years earlier he wanted to be on their best side. Regarding that very match, it was Roger who received substantial criticism for his pissy unsportsmanlike attitude after the match. Loving that Wozinacki is out in the first round at Eastbourne.That will probably be the case again tomorrow, but I'm really hoping that he can take a 5-hour Energy and really take it to Roger.[quote]So in my book, he deserves a different level of disdain - since I do think he is gay. but what if Gasquet isn't gay despite what you believe? He was kind of an arrogant prick when he was younger, but seems to have matured over the years. I and the others that think Gasquet is gay may well be wrong. And since I don't know, I'm not saying that I hold any bad feelings toward him. I'm just saying that he would be worthy of some wrath if he actually is gay vs. He had many incidents that would disprove the gentleman image but they were ignored.Plus he looks terrific (picture from February of this year). Mauresmo had all kinds of problems from tennis players, sponsors and fans.But even if she'd stayed in the closet, she still wouldn't have had the sponsorship opportunities of Sharapova.
I just wish that gay male and female tennis players could just come out and be done with it.
One differentiation between the Stosur and Gasquet situations.
I'm pretty sure that Stosur doesn't deny being gay or pretend like she's dating a dude. But Gasquet has unequivocally stated that he is not gay.
I'd like to give him the benefit of the doubt in how heated he still must have been at being DQ'd, but his comments right after the match reek of sour grapes.
Griping about the ATP and their unreasonable scheduling and being 'forced' to play on wet grass and unfair enforcement of rules could all be important things to discuss, but not immediately after you caused a guy to have to seek medical attention because of something boneheaded that you just did.