I've seen that at men's matches at the USO--arguably the most energetic tennis crowd on the planet. It happens. Why are you surprised by this? Sharapova probably has stalkers and others making threats. No one desires Seles 2.0. Conjecture about the motives. I recall Connors running off the court because he had "the runs." Many around here used to routinely accuse Djokovic of faking breathing problems and/or injuries. Nothing new. Oudin was never "America's Sweetheart." She was a flash-in-the-pan who tried to brand herself with a pair of shoes, but her game was quickly figured out, and the rest is player-as-a-footnote history. She gains weight because she's (in theory) too comfortable with her coaching situation--an environment that is not going to take her to task for adding pounds...developing a serve....recognizing the entire court....you know, stuff like that. Perhaps the problem here is expecting a certain level of play from Azarenka, when she's not that great in the first place. Yes, she won a major, but for all you know, she was as lucky as other one-slam wonders throughout history, which means she is not going to be a waking tennis clinic of skill. Not going to happen in this or any other universe. Blanket "solution" in that audience numbers fluctuate depending on the player, the opponent of a star (if it looks to be a guaranteed blowout, there's less interest in what appears to be a practice session). In the many times this must be said, the PTB will not enforce this, especially since some of the biggest star names engage in shrieking. The players are the money, the sponsors love them, and if the audiences are not all moaning in protest, no action will be taken. Vera would man up and kick your ass for that, after all, she's the biggest crybaby on tour. More all-court players. The age of the baseline obsessed has to come to an end in the WTA and ATP.