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[*] Post 363561 posted on 23-1-2009 at 13:59 Reply With Quote
Violence at the Australian Open



How would you deal with this?

It seems to me that Delic was a little more realistic in his response than Djokovic. If any unrest occurs, should the umpires halt the match until those who wish to cause trouble either calm down or are ejected. I'd suspect that the crowd would cause more trouble for the trouble makers if their day at the tennis was hampered by inaction on the courts because of trouble in the stands.
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[*] Post 364228 posted on 30-1-2009 at 21:49 Reply With Quote


Thats what happens when you try to convert football fans to tennis fans.nananana
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[*] Post 364232 posted on 30-1-2009 at 22:43 Reply With Quote


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Thats what happens when you try to convert football fans to tennis fans.nananana


I take it when you say "football" you really mean soccer, right?

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