What crowd says for pro-players on court?

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  1. SirGus

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    Just wondering if there is any well-known watchword that crowd use to say on the court for special players…


    I have heard shouting something with full of vowels but not sure what is it!

    Something like a “OOOOOOOoeeeeeeee”

    I am sure that nobody has understood what I am asking!!
    :eek: :lol:
     
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  2. Marc C.

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    I sure don't!
     
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  3. SirGus

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    well let me try once more! (I need the correct term! hehe.I think it's "chant")

    for example on Football some fans say different chant for Liverpool and different chant for Arsenal etc etc...


    Is there any special chant for pro players of tennis?
     
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  4. Camilio Pascual

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    I have a fantasy that if Henman ever reaches Wimby finals, crowd will chant TIM! TIM! TIM! TIM! from the moment he wins a set.
     
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  5. SirGus

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    Well, you are the 1st that got what I mean!
    hehe
     
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  6. SirGus

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    Well I have heard on some matches a chant something like a "oooOOOOEEEEEE"!

    Very hard to explain that indeed!
     
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  7. tykrum

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    Coria has one, I'm not going to be able to remember right now...Oh its E-jay (english pronounciation, not sure how to spell en espanol).
     
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  8. perfmode

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    If Tim Henman ever wins Wimbledon, he will be knighted. We'll have to call him Sir Henman after that.
     
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