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Abm
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Username: Abm

Post Number: 3755
Registered: 04-2004

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Posted on Saturday, July 02, 2005 - 12:56 am:   

Kola,

I have a theory that part of the source of Serena and Venus recent tennis problems is they've struggling with competing against each other.

It was clear a couple years ago they were the best 2 players, thus, would, baring injury, would be CONSTANTLY playing each other in championship matches in all the major tennis tournaments.

Serena's a superior athlete and all things being equal, she beats Venus. And both of them struggle emotionally with that.

Of course Venus doesn't want to loose to anyone, especially her younger sister. But she can't really root AGAINST her baby sister.

And of course Serena wants to win but she regrets besting her older sister.

This theory seems supported via the championship matches they've had. ALL of them sucked bigtime! And it seem largely because (it was so glaringly obvious that) both young ladies were an emotion wreck while playing each other.

You're a fan of theirs and appear tangentally connected to them. You think there's something to my 'theory'?

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