I know, everyone's an expert after the match - I'm no different and of course have a know-it-all attitude as well. Just say'n... I'm happy she lost. The way the media sensationalizes her - all the gorgeous model shots - is tiring. Her arrogant, obsessiveness-compulsive behavior on the court, the glare she uses to intimidate her opponents before serving, the general disrespect she shows for those who have issues with the noise she makes - all add up to someone I really do not care for. This level of disrespect is insidious and provides a nasty role model for younger players - aren't we supposed to enjoy tennis and treat our opponents the way we'd like to be treated ourselves? There are any number of different perspectives on her tennis performance and role in society, but I bet she has a difficult time simply laughing at herself. I don't think she should be rewarded for being pretty. So, I'm glad she lost. I'm a 55 year old overweight white guy who will enjoy the Wimbledon telecasts alot more now - networks say she is the most marketable product they have? Well I'm a guy who could care less about her - looks are skin deep - attitude and how one carries oneself go show alot more. Character, or in this case, the lack thereof, falls short. But, I could be wrong you know. Just the opinion of an overweight, former great, tennis player.