Ohhhhh.....That’s not the point. We know Serena is good. The problem is a poster in here think she’s bigger than the sport. He doesn’t even watch tennis and had no idea that tennis are televise on ESPN2(not on ESPN), but still insist on being ignorance. A few of his gems...
*No one care about Dementieva(http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showpost.php?p=5233934&postcount=91)
*Henin’s return to tennis was a bust(http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showpost.php?p=5237415&postcount=124)
*He think tennis isn’t shown on ESPN2(but on ESPN) http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showpost.php?p=5248629&postcount=236
*ATP is sliding into the grave(http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showpost.php?p=5142955&postcount=40)
*Serena has impact on attendance(IW and USO proved her wrong - http://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/showpost.php?p=5175509&postcount=104)
.....let Mother Marjorie cook on this.......
TMF, do you think that Thundervolley feels that the sport of women's tennis will somehow suffer without the presence of Serena Williams?
Mother Marjorie thinks that Serena Williams' impact on the sport is only as valid as the effort she put into making it her priority. If it were that Serena Williams were the type of tennis professional that gave 110% to playing the sport, her absence would make an impact. However, she's had so many lengthy absences throughout her career that tennis fans have become immune to her not being around.
So, the question is, when Serena Williams finally makes that final downward spiral into final retirement, will tennis fans actually notice, when she's already absent from the sport for lengthy periods already?
Mother Marjorie would like to know. Yes, she would.
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