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Re: Paris QF: Janowicz def. Tipsarevic 3-6 6-1 4-1 (40-0) ret.

Haven't read through the whole thread, but I would like to report some comments made by Kim Tiilikainen, who is Janowicz' Finnish coach, to the Finnish media on Tipsy's retirement:

"Tipsarevic needs to go buy himself a skirt. He didn't have any problems, he just didn't know how to lose properly. He said he suffered from dizziness, but I think he was simply dizzy because he couldn't do anything against Jerzy's game."

A bit harsh perhaps but maybe justified

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Re: Paris QF: Janowicz def. Tipsarevic 3-6 6-1 4-1 (40-0) ret.

There's a hint of arrogance, but it doesn't mean that he's wrong in any regard. Shitsy needs to grow some balls.

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Re: Paris QF: Janowicz def. Tipsarevic 3-6 6-1 4-1 (40-0) ret.

again??? does he really think nobody notices? what a tool.

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Doing what Tipsarevic and others have done is a despicable attitude from someone in sport. Has he or others that excuse this kind of attitude ever heard of courage to persevere in the face of adversity? How many athletes have played to the end in spite of pain or illness? If he would have stood there and just waved at the ball with the racquet and cried in anguish it would have been infinitely preferable to quitting like a sissy. Or perhaps as others imply he may betting on himself and retired so as to not lose money, which is also despicable.

In my life I've played tennis, baseball, football, ice hockey and other sports. Not once did I ever quit like this professional did today. I won multiple Most Valuable Player awards not just for my athletic ability. There were others with more talent, or faster, or stronger, or even better overall stats. I won these awards because I lead my team by example, putting in my best effort, coming through in the crucial situations, and refused to give in when it looked bad, and finally an obvious winning attitude. When losing, I knew how to take a loss and make it into a positive for myself and everyone around me. One can also lose with a winning attitude.

It doesn't matter that singles tennis play is not a team sport. One has a moral duty to respect oneself, to one's support team, to the paying crowd, to the opponent, to the sport as a whole, as one is representing the sport every time one walks out there on the court. If too many acted like Tipsarevic and others, the sport would surely die. If I could crawl to the line and had use of one arm, I would attempt to hit the ball and complete the match.

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I am loving this result. Vamos Jerzy
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Haven't read through the whole thread, but I would like to report some comments made by Kim Tiilikainen, who is Janowicz' Finnish coach, to the Finnish media on Tipsy's retirement:

"Tipsarevic needs to go buy himself a skirt. He didn't have any problems, he just didn't know how to lose properly. He said he suffered from dizziness, but I think he was simply dizzy because he couldn't do anything against Jerzy's game."

Ballsy of the coach to openly say that. Love it.
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Haven't read through the whole thread, but I would like to report some comments made by Kim Tiilikainen, who is Janowicz' Finnish coach, to the Finnish media on Tipsy's retirement:

"Tipsarevic needs to go buy himself a skirt. He didn't have any problems, he just didn't know how to lose properly. He said he suffered from dizziness, but I think he was simply dizzy because he couldn't do anything against Jerzy's game."

A bit harsh perhaps but maybe justified
Really?That guy with a beard who was picking his nose on live tv today said that?That manly man who looks like he has at least 55kg said that?Well, even in a skirt, Tipsy would easily bitchslap him.
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