Re: Noam Okun: 'Too much noise is being made about women's tennis'
What, little bastard! She was sitting right there in the crowd rooting for you today. Should have rooted for Gonzo, honestly.
I wonder what is up with him, I mean - this is very unusual for players in Israel (unless they play soccer for opposite teams) to talk like that about each other, especially when in opposite genders, there are so few of them, the community is so small, they share coaches and training facilities.
Plus, I think he is wrong - they would be talking about Shahar being a top 15 player regardless of the ranking of our men, she's only the second Israeli woman who had made it into the top 15, the hype is well justified.
Plus, he is an idiot, Shahar is the reason Tennis in Israel is generating interest again, it is definitly not thanks to him, or Dudi.