NEW YORK -- Admiring consistency in the men's bracket, rolling out the red carpet for a rising star and checking your mail on Day 5 ...
The problem is that the rankings need to serve a dual function of incentivizing players to enter tournaments. If it's based solely on prize money, the majors carry too much weight.
Most of us are in agreement that Dementieva is delightful and gracious. But, particularly if you're Serena, you say, "All well and good to compliment Melanie Oudin after her win. But I would never be in that position." Quick word about Jankovic, whom some of you are ripping: Yes, she is prone to high drama and emotion. But I saw crying both before and after her match and have no doubt the death in her family affected her play. Think common decency demands that we give her a pass on her loss.
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Someone correct me here ... but as independent contractors I don't believe they're subject to federal labor and employment laws.
I'll keep saying it: It's not an ideal situation and it's disappointing that it's become an either/or. Ideally, Serena plays with the same passion and skill in Cincinnati as she does at Wimbledon. She diminishes herself with this "two faces of Eve" thing. One of
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Why stop there? I think she is The Worst Person In The World!