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French Open Lights and Controversy: Who was right?

There have been a lot of talks about what happened yesterday at French. By the way Monfils puts it, it seems he feels it was Fogini's fault:

"I lost, that's all. I am disappointed, I lost, and voilà," said Monfils.

"But I like Fabio. I have nothing to say (about his behaviour). Every athlete behaves like he wants. He beat me fair and square."

http://eurosport.yahoo.com/27052010/...-shootout.html

I am not sure there was anything wrong with his behavior. What do you guys think?

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Re: French Open Lights and Controversy: Who was right?

Did Monfils seriously say that?! Nothing Fabio did was wrong in my opinion, Monfils was the one taking advantage of the crowd.

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Did Monfils seriously say that?! Nothing Fabio did was wrong in my opinion, Monfils was the one taking advantage of the crowd.
Well. That's his thing on Eurosport. I don't know. I don't think Simon Reed made it up

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Re: French Open Lights and Controversy: Who was right?

Good response, Gael.

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Re: French Open Lights and Controversy: Who was right?

Of course nothing he did was wrong! Monfils on the other hand..

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