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Re: Players Who Overreact After Winning

Allow me to elaborate. I like to see players show a bit of passion. Tennis is their life, it should mean so much to them. Obviously there can be overkill, but most of it is done in a respectful manner.
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Jerzy celebrated more after beating Gulbis at Wimbledon - though I may be biased as it was literally in my face.

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Six posts in and no one has mentioned Tsonga or his stupid celebration "dance"? That was the first person I thought of.
Well at least he does it after the handshake which kinda disconnects it from the rest. Most importantly his opponent doesn't have to wait and can get off the court as fast as possible.

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Well at least he does it after the handshake which kinda disconnects it from the rest. Most importantly his opponent doesn't have to wait and can get off the court as fast as possible.
That's exactly what I think. Hence, not that disrespectful at all.

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Personally I think ripping your shirt apart counts as overreacting.

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Re: Players Who Overreact After Winning

Ferrer after beating a freaking Raonic on clay. It's like he won a slam or something. Also after he won the mug event Valancia.
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Ferrer after beating a freaking Raonic on clay. It's like he won a slam or something. Also after he won the mug event Valancia.
Lol @ the one after he beat Tipsy. What a goblin

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Rosol. Celebrating a second round win against an injured player as if he had won the title or something. Disgusting.
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Well Cilic is a huge scalp for him i'd think.

Tsonga and Djokovic both have their own kind of annoying celebrations with the twirling and the roaring, but Nadal's the one who celebrates mid match like he won the tournament.
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I think beating Cilic was a great result for Janowicz...I don't think he overreacted...
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Six posts in and no one has mentioned Tsonga or his stupid celebration "dance"? That was the first person I thought of.

Monfils used to be a culprit of this, but then he stopped winning...

Nadal overreacts after winning a point or a set, or at least he used to, and that is much worse than any post-match celebration. Hewitt was another offender of this.


I don't blame Janowicz for his reaction here. He's an up-and-comer who just took out a top 20 player; Cilic is a huge name for him. It would be weird if he wasn't stoked.

My bigger problem is with those awful mug shots after the video...
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Why shouldn't Jerzy Jagger be excited? He beat two Top 20 players back to back after coming through the Q rounds at a Master's 1000....It is an amazing tournament for him especially when this is a tournament with only the Top guys...He is the only qualifier left and hasn't faced a break point in 4 matches....So, yes his reaction is justified
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how is it rude? if anything it shows Janowicz has extreme respect for Cilic's talent and is really happy he somehow managed to beat such a great tennis player... you're logic is backwards. maybe by tennis edicit it isn't the most polite to spend a lot of time celebrating, but in this case it is a compliment towards Cilic rather than a negative
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A top 20 win is good for Janowicz, but probably not worth that celebration when you consider Cilic has lost to Dodig and Copil in the last few weeks.
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This thread Janowicz didn´t overreact.
I knew I would upset the Jerzytards...
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Jerzy's celebrations were great.

I usually don't have a problem with celebrations, unless it's from a player who just beat one of my faves.
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I can't wait for Jerzy's reaction after this match

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Re: Players Who Overreact After Winning

You might try to understand something: when someone disagrees with you, not always they are "haters", "tards" and such. Sometimes they just have a different opinion; sometimes, it might even happen that they're right and you're wrong. But I guess understanding this kind of stuff is way too much for the average MTF poster.

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You might try to understand something: when someone disagrees with you, not always they are "haters", "tards" and such. Sometimes they just have a different opinion; sometimes, it might even happen that they're right and you're wrong. But I guess understanding this kind of stuff is way too much for the average MTF poster.
It's a joke

But anyway, here's his reaction NID. This calls for the Badwagon thread...


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ROFL did that guy cut his knee falling to the ground after beating murray?

he was shown bleeding afterwards
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