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Postby Doctor No » Sat Jul 07, 2012 9:29 pm

coca-colonisation wrote:
Doctor No wrote:Serena's ancestry is traceable to Nigeria. :D


how so?

She has the natural athleticism of a Nigerian...very fluid and efficient.
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Postby keen observer » Sat Jul 07, 2012 9:32 pm

Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

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KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!
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Postby African » Sat Jul 07, 2012 9:45 pm

keen observer wrote:
Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

Image

KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!


KO
I am just watching the replay and the interviewer said Serena has won 14 Grand Slam Titles. Is he also wrong? And you think you are better than all the Journalists in the Sports World?

YOU NEED HELP, SERIOUSLY.
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Postby keen observer » Sat Jul 07, 2012 9:53 pm

African wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

Image

KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!


KO
I am just watching the replay and the interviewer said Serena has won 14 Grand Slam Titles. Is he also wrong? And you think you are better than all the Journalists in the Sports World?

YOU NEED HELP, SERIOUSLY.


Yes. He is as lazy as you.
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Postby owura143 » Sat Jul 07, 2012 10:39 pm

Doctor No wrote:
coca-colonisation wrote:
Doctor No wrote:Serena's ancestry is traceable to Nigeria. :D


how so?

She has the natural athleticism of a Nigerian...very fluid and efficient.



Image

This woman's ancestry is traceable to Nigeria. Her underwear has the ability to hold weapons of mass destruction on any airplane
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Postby damian » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:56 am

keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

Image

KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!


KO
I am just watching the replay and the interviewer said Serena has won 14 Grand Slam Titles. Is he also wrong? And you think you are better than all the Journalists in the Sports World?

YOU NEED HELP, SERIOUSLY.


Yes. He is as lazy as you.


Coming from ITF's Website:

Overview


The Grand Slam® tournaments - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open - are the most prestigious individual competitions in tennis. The ITF sanctions and works closely with each tournament through its presence on the Grand Slam Committee, providing administrative, officiating and media support.

Four of the ITF's leading National Associations - Tennis Australia, French Federation of Tennis, United States Tennis Association and, in the case of Wimbledon, a joint Committee of Management consisting of The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and Lawn Tennis Association - own and organise the Grand Slams.

http://beta.itftennis.com/about/grand-slams/overview.aspx
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Postby PROF. SALIVA » Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:02 am

damian wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

Image

KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!


KO
I am just watching the replay and the interviewer said Serena has won 14 Grand Slam Titles. Is he also wrong? And you think you are better than all the Journalists in the Sports World?

YOU NEED HELP, SERIOUSLY.


Yes. He is as lazy as you.


Coming from ITF's Website:

Overview


The Grand Slam® tournaments - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open - are the most prestigious individual competitions in tennis. The ITF sanctions and works closely with each tournament through its presence on the Grand Slam Committee, providing administrative, officiating and media support.

Four of the ITF's leading National Associations - Tennis Australia, French Federation of Tennis, United States Tennis Association and, in the case of Wimbledon, a joint Committee of Management consisting of The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and Lawn Tennis Association - own and organise the Grand Slams.

http://beta.itftennis.com/about/grand-slams/overview.aspx




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Postby papalove » Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:58 am

Formerly you have got to win all 4 major tournament in a year - then you have won the grand slam.

But looks like now the 4 individual tournaments are referred to as grand slams
This means
US open is a grand slam
French open is a grand slam
Australian Open is a grand
Wimbledon is a grand slam.

I don't know how the change has come about

Initially a collection of all 4 titles within one season mean - grand slam winner
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Postby Priceless Legacy » Sun Jul 08, 2012 9:02 am

keen observer wrote:
African wrote:It was Williams' first Grand Slam title since she won at the All England Club two years ago. Shortly after winning that title, Williams cut her feet on glass at a restaurant, leading to a series of health problems, including being hospitalized for clots in her lungs.

"I never dreamt of being here again, being so down," Williams said. "Never give up. You can continue."


I am so happy for her.


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.
Your stupidity mystifies ur fellow idiots. Off course there is something called a Grand Slam Title, US Open, Austrailian Open, French Open and Wimbledon are all known as Grand Slam Titles.

As For Williams being the greatest i would say one of them alongside Navaratalova, and Graff.
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Postby Akokora Gyeene » Sun Jul 08, 2012 12:27 pm

I was actually referring to another great black woman tennis champion like her and her sister.
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Postby keen observer » Sun Jul 08, 2012 1:34 pm

Priceless Legacy wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:It was Williams' first Grand Slam title since she won at the All England Club two years ago. Shortly after winning that title, Williams cut her feet on glass at a restaurant, leading to a series of health problems, including being hospitalized for clots in her lungs.

"I never dreamt of being here again, being so down," Williams said. "Never give up. You can continue."


I am so happy for her.


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.
Your stupidity mystifies ur fellow idiots. Off course there is something called a Grand Slam Title, US Open, Austrailian Open, French Open and Wimbledon are all known as Grand Slam Titles.

As For Williams being the greatest i would say one of them alongside Navaratalova, and Graff.


STFU, you stupid ignorant idiot!!
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Postby keen observer » Sun Jul 08, 2012 1:36 pm

damian wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

Image

KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!


KO
I am just watching the replay and the interviewer said Serena has won 14 Grand Slam Titles. Is he also wrong? And you think you are better than all the Journalists in the Sports World?

YOU NEED HELP, SERIOUSLY.


Yes. He is as lazy as you.


Coming from ITF's Website:

Overview


The Grand Slam® tournaments - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open - are the most prestigious individual competitions in tennis. The ITF sanctions and works closely with each tournament through its presence on the Grand Slam Committee, providing administrative, officiating and media support.

Four of the ITF's leading National Associations - Tennis Australia, French Federation of Tennis, United States Tennis Association and, in the case of Wimbledon, a joint Committee of Management consisting of The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and Lawn Tennis Association - own and organise the Grand Slams.

http://beta.itftennis.com/about/grand-slams/overview.aspx


Take your time and read it very, very slowly. Then come back and lets talk.
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Postby damian » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:21 pm

keen observer wrote:
damian wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

Image

KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!


KO
I am just watching the replay and the interviewer said Serena has won 14 Grand Slam Titles. Is he also wrong? And you think you are better than all the Journalists in the Sports World?

YOU NEED HELP, SERIOUSLY.


Yes. He is as lazy as you.


Coming from ITF's Website:

Overview


The Grand Slam® tournaments - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open - are the most prestigious individual competitions in tennis. The ITF sanctions and works closely with each tournament through its presence on the Grand Slam Committee, providing administrative, officiating and media support.

Four of the ITF's leading National Associations - Tennis Australia, French Federation of Tennis, United States Tennis Association and, in the case of Wimbledon, a joint Committee of Management consisting of The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and Lawn Tennis Association - own and organise the Grand Slams.

http://beta.itftennis.com/about/grand-slams/overview.aspx


Take your time and read it very, very slowly. Then come back and lets talk.


WTA:

LONDON, England - The talent, the fight, that serving - it was all on display on Centre Court on Saturday, as Serena Williams fought past Agnieszka Radwanska for her fifth Wimbledon title and the 14th Grand Slam title of her career. Perhaps even bigger than all that, though, it was her first Grand Slam triumph since her year-long leave from the game due to injury and illness.

http://www.wtatennis.com/news/20120707/serena-regroups-reconquers-wimbledon_2256076_2834975

ITF:

DAY 12: Serena Williams won her fifth Wimbledon title with a 61 57 62 victory over Agnieszka Radwanska in Saturday's ladies final. She has now won 14 Grand Slam singles titles, which puts her in fourth place

http://www.itftennis.com/about/news/articles/serena-secures-fifth-wimbledon-title.aspx
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Postby keen observer » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:36 pm

damian wrote:
keen observer wrote:
damian wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

Image

KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!


KO
I am just watching the replay and the interviewer said Serena has won 14 Grand Slam Titles. Is he also wrong? And you think you are better than all the Journalists in the Sports World?

YOU NEED HELP, SERIOUSLY.


Yes. He is as lazy as you.


Coming from ITF's Website:

Overview


The Grand Slam® tournaments - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open - are the most prestigious individual competitions in tennis. The ITF sanctions and works closely with each tournament through its presence on the Grand Slam Committee, providing administrative, officiating and media support.

Four of the ITF's leading National Associations - Tennis Australia, French Federation of Tennis, United States Tennis Association and, in the case of Wimbledon, a joint Committee of Management consisting of The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and Lawn Tennis Association - own and organise the Grand Slams.

http://beta.itftennis.com/about/grand-slams/overview.aspx


Take your time and read it very, very slowly. Then come back and lets talk.


LONDON, England - The talent, the fight, that serving - it was all on display on Centre Court on Saturday, as Serena Williams fought past Agnieszka Radwanska for her fifth Wimbledon title and the 14th Grand Slam title of her career. Perhaps even bigger than all that, though, it was her first Grand Slam triumph since her year-long leave from the game due to injury and illness.

http://www.wtatennis.com/news/20120707/serena-regroups-reconquers-wimbledon_2256076_2834975

DAY 12: Serena Williams won her fifth Wimbledon title with a 61 57 62 victory over Agnieszka Radwanska in Saturday's ladies final. She has now won 14 Grand Slam singles titles, which puts her in fourth place

http://www.itftennis.com/about/news/articles/serena-secures-fifth-wimbledon-title.aspx


And your point is? Did someone not put an AP article here saying something similar? You paa! Shows how lazy modern day journalist are.
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Postby damian » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:44 pm

keen observer wrote:
damian wrote:
keen observer wrote:
damian wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
keen observer wrote:
Imam Stillro Kojo Asamoah wrote:
Don_Mayor wrote:
keen observer wrote:
African wrote:
the pope wrote:Keen Observer wrote:


There is nothing called a "grand slam title"..Lazy journalist are making some of you look silly everyday.


Nonsense!! :lol:


Absolute Nonsense. This article was from the

Image

KO is going insane.


And they cannot be lazy? Do you know what the AP is? :shock: :shock: :shock:
You paa!!
There is a specific definition of a "grand slam"!! In recent years people mostly silly journalist are diluting that stuff. There are 4 majors. If you win all 4 in a year you have won the grand slam.



and if one wins any of the four titles, they say he/she just won a grand slam TITLE. Do you get it?
No he doesn't. He is a certifiably certified lunatic. The ravages of all those eons of cheap hashish and angel dust.


Stupid impotent crack addict!! Now comot from my face with your stupidity!!


KO
I am just watching the replay and the interviewer said Serena has won 14 Grand Slam Titles. Is he also wrong? And you think you are better than all the Journalists in the Sports World?

YOU NEED HELP, SERIOUSLY.


Yes. He is as lazy as you.


Coming from ITF's Website:

Overview


The Grand Slam® tournaments - Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open - are the most prestigious individual competitions in tennis. The ITF sanctions and works closely with each tournament through its presence on the Grand Slam Committee, providing administrative, officiating and media support.

Four of the ITF's leading National Associations - Tennis Australia, French Federation of Tennis, United States Tennis Association and, in the case of Wimbledon, a joint Committee of Management consisting of The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and Lawn Tennis Association - own and organise the Grand Slams.

http://beta.itftennis.com/about/grand-slams/overview.aspx


Take your time and read it very, very slowly. Then come back and lets talk.


LONDON, England - The talent, the fight, that serving - it was all on display on Centre Court on Saturday, as Serena Williams fought past Agnieszka Radwanska for her fifth Wimbledon title and the 14th Grand Slam title of her career. Perhaps even bigger than all that, though, it was her first Grand Slam triumph since her year-long leave from the game due to injury and illness.

http://www.wtatennis.com/news/20120707/serena-regroups-reconquers-wimbledon_2256076_2834975

DAY 12: Serena Williams won her fifth Wimbledon title with a 61 57 62 victory over Agnieszka Radwanska in Saturday's ladies final. She has now won 14 Grand Slam singles titles, which puts her in fourth place

http://www.itftennis.com/about/news/articles/serena-secures-fifth-wimbledon-title.aspx


And your point is? Did someone not put an AP article here saying something similar? You paa! Shows how lazy modern day journalist are.


And coming from ITF and WTA's main site is still not credible enough?
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Postby keen observer » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:47 pm

damian wrote:
And coming from ITF and WTA's main site is still not credible enough?


I mentioned laziness and sloppiness, not credibility. You will not find an article from 10 years ago calling it a grand slam title.
I can see this same trend forcing its way into golf, but the purist have held it at bay. 5 years from now, someone wins a major in golf and they will be calling it a grand slam title too..
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Postby damian » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:55 pm

keen observer wrote:
damian wrote:
And coming from ITF and WTA's main site is still not credible enough?


I mentioned laziness and sloppiness, not credibility. You will not find an article from 10 years ago calling it a grand slam title.
I can see this same trend forcing its way into golf, but the purist have held it at bay. 5 years from now, someone wins a major in golf and they will be calling it a grand slam title too..


Well, maybe it was recently changed. How about that?
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Postby keen observer » Sun Jul 08, 2012 3:01 pm

damian wrote:
keen observer wrote:
damian wrote:
And coming from ITF and WTA's main site is still not credible enough?


I mentioned laziness and sloppiness, not credibility. You will not find an article from 10 years ago calling it a grand slam title.
I can see this same trend forcing its way into golf, but the purist have held it at bay. 5 years from now, someone wins a major in golf and they will be calling it a grand slam title too..


Well, maybe it was recently changed. How about that?


Changed? By sloppy people? Yeah!!
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Postby Post » Sun Jul 08, 2012 3:33 pm

keen observer wrote:
damian wrote:
And coming from ITF and WTA's main site is still not credible enough?


I mentioned laziness and sloppiness, not credibility. You will not find an article from 10 years ago calling it a grand slam title.
I can see this same trend forcing its way into golf, but the purist have held it at bay. 5 years from now, someone wins a major in golf and they will be calling it a grand slam title too..


Nonsense! Do you have a journalism degree or even a certificate?

And do not confuse the issue by bringing in Golf. Is there something like winning a Grand Slam in Golf before a Grand Slam Title in Golf springs up

Make coherent arguments.

And if you have an issue, why don't you write to the journalists and send us a copy here

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Postby 4th_Official » Sun Jul 08, 2012 5:46 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol: nice thread
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