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Tennys Sandgren, the media, the Establishment and the world of sports
Today should be a day of glory for tennisman Tennys Sandgren, as he is about to face superstar Nole Djokovic in the second round of the US Open, in front of the cameras of the whole world of sports.

Now, you might remember the furious, global controversy that surrounded Tennys Sandgren in January, after Tennys brilliantly reached the quarter-finals. The main-stream media went after him with a fury, "Serena" and Co hurled insults at him, and sadly even media-darling Big Mac turned on Tennys.

So what was, what is, the "crime" of Tennys Sandgren, you might ask? Well, Sandgren had a Twitter account on which he supported the US President Donald Trump, and expressed many good, Conservative values, on life, sports, heterosexual family and women. Unforgivable sins in the eyes of the degenerate, gay-friendly media and politically-correct sport stars.

Matter of fact, Sandgren's twitter read like he was a member of this very red-pill forum... Now, Sandgren at some point had to issue a tweet, kind of apologizing, to be able to travel and work. Some Conservative people were upset at him for (more or less) apologizing, but I personally think that Sandgren stood his ground with dignity and courage.

https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-48360...pid1739626

https://www.bbc.com/sport/tennis/42806084
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/earl...e-tweeted/

Much respect to Sandgren's girlfriend (Britt McHenry, herself fired from ESPN for being Conservative) for defending him against the hatred of the Left, and much respect too to A. Krajicek for accepting to play doubles (and win, yesterday) with Tennys.
https://nypost.com/2018/08/28/britt-mche...g-twitter/

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"McHenry, who is set to join Fox News next month, told The Post that her boyfriend Sandgren is actually one of the “nicest guys you’ll ever meet” despite his controversial political views, which have plagued him all year long on the ATP tour. McHenry has had her own share of controversies since breaking into the sports journalism spotlight, including behavior that got her suspended from ESPN in 2015 and a tweet suggesting ESPN fired her last year her because she’s “conservative.”"

One of the most disgusting attacks that the crooked Establishment launched at Tennys Sandgren back in January, was mocking him for... being formerly poor. They made fun, relentlessly, of how he used to earn a "meager living" on the challenger tour. It shows that the Establishment hates nothing more than Conservative (especially White) men who rise from relative poverty to wealth through extremely hard-work.

Relevant to this thread: https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-55283...light=espn

and also, https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-67438.html , as Sandgren's family fled communist South Africa to take shelter in the USA, which infuriated even more the leftist media.
http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2018/01/t...pen/71592/

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Seems like Djokovic is also quite red pill, although he keeps his views to himself mostly, in order to survive I guess. It`s just so tiering to have to defend yourself against the media, brainwashed demonstrators etc. all the time. Federer, which is my favourite player when he`s on court doing his thing, seems to have turned in to a total SJW in the last years. Sad, since he`s perhaps the greatest sportsman ever.

We will stomp to the top with the wind in our teeth.

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(08-30-2018 02:12 PM)Johnnyvee Wrote:  Seems like Djokovic is also quite red pill, although he keeps his views to himself mostly, in order to survive I guess. It`s just so tiering to have to defend yourself against the media, brainwashed demonstrators etc. all the time. Federer, which is my favourite player when he`s on court doing his thing, seems to have turned in to a total SJW in the last years. Sad, since he`s perhaps the greatest sportsman ever.

Yes, Djokovic is also one of my personal favorites, even more so since he opened a fine restaurant, free of charge for his native people of Serbia:

https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-50448.html

And (public-image obsessed, money-making machine) Federer on the other hand, spends his free time counting his billions in Zug and doing white-guilt trips to South Africa, where his mother hails from. A mother very different from the hard-working, middle-class mum of Tennys Sandgren, of course.

Very surprising by the way that the ultra-PC directors of the US Open (who systematically name their tennis courts after Black dudes, or fat White lesbians Dodgy ), decided to give a big court appearance to Djokovic and Sandgren. Or is it a trap, to expose Sandgren and Djokovic to abuse?

Because these last months, tennis authorities have been trying to sabotage Djokovic by systematically programming him at the hottest time of the day, on secondary courts. It seems Djokovic has rebelled (starting at Wimbledon when he put pressure on organizers) and is winning the battle against his PC opponents.

Meanwhile, Conservative right-winger Nadal keeps a relatively low political profile, even though he did criticize the communist separatists of Catalunya. But anyway, Nadal is discreetly moving his money outside of Spain after the coup-d'etat lead by the socialists. Much respect to him.
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(08-30-2018 02:30 PM)Going strong Wrote:  
(08-30-2018 02:12 PM)Johnnyvee Wrote:  Seems like Djokovic is also quite red pill, although he keeps his views to himself mostly, in order to survive I guess. It`s just so tiering to have to defend yourself against the media, brainwashed demonstrators etc. all the time. Federer, which is my favourite player when he`s on court doing his thing, seems to have turned in to a total SJW in the last years. Sad, since he`s perhaps the greatest sportsman ever.

Yes, Djokovic is also one of my personal favorites, even more so since he opened a fine restaurant, free of charge for his native people of Serbia:

https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-50448.html

And (public-image obsessed, money-making machine) Federer on the other hand, spends his free time counting his billions in Zug and doing white-guilt trips to South Africa, where his mother hails from. A mother very different from the hard-working, middle-class mum of Tennys Sandgren, of course.

Very surprising by the way that the ultra-PC directors of the US Open (who systematically name their tennis courts after Black dudes, or fat White lesbians Dodgy ), decided to give a big court appearance to Djokovic and Sandgren. Or is it a trap, to expose Sandgren and Djokovic to abuse?

Because these last months, tennis authorities have been trying to sabotage Djokovic by systematically programming him at the hottest time of the day, on secondary courts. It seems Djokovic has rebelled (starting at Wimbledon when he put pressure on organizers) and is winning the battle against his PC opponents.

Meanwhile, Conservative right-winger Nadal keeps a relatively low political profile, even though he did criticize the communist separatists of Catalunya. But anyway, Nadal is discreetly moving his money outside of Spain after the coup-d'etat lead by the socialists. Much respect to him.

Yeah, in Federer`s defence though, it`s that woman of his that totally controls him. They guy is as blue-pill as they come. The same is true for Wawrinka it seems, with that whole getting cucked by his girlfriend affair.

We will stomp to the top with the wind in our teeth.

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Similar story came out the other day on Red Sox player J.D. Martinez having to defend an old re-tweet of his defending the second amendment. Like this guy, he had to half apologize, but not really. What he said was he didn't intend to offend anybody, but he was sticking by his position on defending the second amendment, citing his Cuban background and Castro as reasons why he supports it. I've noticed a lot of athletes getting into hot water these days over stupid things like this.

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Well, our man Tennys Sandgren played very well tonight, fighting like a true warrior and taking a set off Djokovic. Much respect Tennys!

But this day at Flushing is marked even more by the incredible, scandalous behavior of the famous "Swedish", affirmative-action hire, referee Mohamed Lahyani.

For Lahyani has saved bad-boy Kyrgios' ass in a most horrendous, anti-sportive manner. First time ever in sport history, a referee, Lahyani, has descended from his chair to actually coach and advise a sportsman!

How it all happened: Kyrgios, as usual, was in a dark, crazy and nefarious mood, and was giving away the game, to native French player Herbert. Herbert was 7-5 3-0 up, easily cruising to victory.

Then Mohamed Lahyani had, I don't know, a crisis of ethnic solidarity or some, and descended from his chair to help his fellow (perceived) Malay (Muslim?) bro. He actually coached Kyrgios, and reinvigorated him! Then Kyrgios, enthused and pumped up, went on to win the game.

Of course the tennis authorities, sensing the scandal mounting up, hurriedly wrote a fake-news press release, pretending that Layhani "just asked Kyrgios about his health". But micros on the court had caught parts of the conversation and Layhani did much, much more than that, passionately coaching Kyrgios on how to win. Dodgy

Even P-C star Federer is furious about this never-heard-of act by Lahyani. How are professional sports going to evolve if referees go on the courts to help "diverse" players against their "evil European" adversaries?

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/outrage-as-...500vn.html

"Federer also weighed into the debate and outrage, and disapproved of the chair umpire's actions.

“It’s not the umpire’s role to go down from the chair

you don’t go and speak like that, in my opinion.

I don’t know what he said. I don’t care what he said. It was not just about ‘how are you feeling? Oh, I’m not feeling so well’.

“Go back up to the chair. He was there for too long. It’s a conversation. Conversations can change your mindset. It can be a physio, a doctor, an umpire for that matter.
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"Soon Kyrios, who has been disciplined for tanking matches by the ATP and has freely admitted to sometimes giving less than his best effort, appeared to be throwing in the towel as he fell behind 3-0.

At that point, Lahyani might have issued a code-of-conduct warning under the Grand Slam Committee rules governing "best effort." Instead, Lahyani climbed down from his chair and leaned over to hold a conversation with Kyrgios.

Various sources that captured the audio reported snippets of the conversation, including Lahyani saying: "I want to help you, I want to help you;" "I've seen your matches: you're great for tennis;" and "I can see that; I know this is not you.""
http://www.espn.com/tennis/story/_/id/24526843
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(08-30-2018 10:52 PM)Going strong Wrote:  Well, our man Tennys Sandgren played very well tonight, fighting like a true warrior and taking a set off Djokovic. Much respect Tennys!

But this day at Flushing is marked even more by the incredible, scandalous behavior of the famous "Swedish", affirmative-action hire, referee Mohamed Lahyani.

For Lahyani has saved bad-boy Kyrgios' ass in a most horrendous, anti-sportive manner. First time ever in sport history, a referee, Lahyani, has descended from his chair to actually coach and advise a sportsman!

How it all happened: Kyrgios, as usual, was in a dark, crazy and nefarious mood, and was giving away the game, to native French player Herbert. Herbert was 7-5 3-0 up, easily cruising to victory.

Then Mohamed Lahyani had, I don't know, a crisis of ethnic solidarity or some, and descended from his chair to help his fellow (perceived) Malay (Muslim?) bro. He actually coached Kyrgios, and reinvigorated him! Then Kyrgios, enthused and pumped up, went on to win the game.

Of course the tennis authorities, sensing the scandal mounting up, hurriedly wrote a fake-news press release, pretending that Layhani "just asked Kyrgios about his health". But micros on the court had caught parts of the conversation and Layhani did much, much more than that, passionately coaching Kyrgios on how to win. Dodgy

Even P-C star Federer is furious about this never-heard-of act by Lahyani. How are professional sports going to evolve if referees go on the courts to help "diverse" players against their "evil European" adversaries?

https://www.smh.com.au/sport/outrage-as-...500vn.html

"Federer also weighed into the debate and outrage, and disapproved of the chair umpire's actions.

“It’s not the umpire’s role to go down from the chair

you don’t go and speak like that, in my opinion.

I don’t know what he said. I don’t care what he said. It was not just about ‘how are you feeling? Oh, I’m not feeling so well’.

“Go back up to the chair. He was there for too long. It’s a conversation. Conversations can change your mindset. It can be a physio, a doctor, an umpire for that matter.
"

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"Soon Kyrios, who has been disciplined for tanking matches by the ATP and has freely admitted to sometimes giving less than his best effort, appeared to be throwing in the towel as he fell behind 3-0.

At that point, Lahyani might have issued a code-of-conduct warning under the Grand Slam Committee rules governing "best effort." Instead, Lahyani climbed down from his chair and leaned over to hold a conversation with Kyrgios.

Various sources that captured the audio reported snippets of the conversation, including Lahyani saying: "I want to help you, I want to help you;" "I've seen your matches: you're great for tennis;" and "I can see that; I know this is not you.""
http://www.espn.com/tennis/story/_/id/24526843

Sounds like he's completely unbiased as a referee.
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It's tough being a thought criminal nowadays. In his position I would not do it, because he likely needs the advertising money, so it was rather lack of awareness what he got himself into. Should have waited for his active career to be over to go full shitlord - when you are independently wealthy and can stop giving a shit.
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Some updates from the (crazier and crazier) world of tennis and media.

To begin with, seems that I brought luck to Tennys and A. Krajicek, who reached the quarter-finals in doubles, their best Doubles performance ever. Banana

https://nypost.com/2018/09/04/surprise-a...terfinals/
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In Singles, we'll have a final tomorrow between two very Conservative men, two great fighters, Nole and Delpo, so all is fine and it should be a great match.

In "women" Singles now, we've just had an incredible crisis of ultra-feminism and entitlement from the Crip-gang activist known as Sereno, I mean Serena Williams or whatever his-her name is (See, to refresh your memory: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...c-win.html )

During the final today, "Serena" exploded, various times, in grotesque bursts of paranoia, extreme entitlement, anti-Latino racism, threats, paranoia, etc...

https://www.news.com.au/sport/tennis/us-...f12eb9e403

"Williams was given a penalty by the chair umpire after she received coaching advice from the front row.

After a fiery exchange with the umpire, she was penalised a game for “verbal abuse”.

Because I’m a woman Dodgy you’re going to take this away from me.

“You know how many other men do things...there are a lot of men who say a lot things, and because they are men, nothing happens to them...”

After accepting her loss, Williams walked off the court, shook Osaka’s hand and said to the umpire: “I want an apology” tard .

But it seems not everyone was as supportive, with some critics, including Times tennis correspondent Stuart Fraser calling her behaviour “ridiculous”."

Playing victim, as usual (and winning pumped with medical-exemptions drugs):
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"Serena Williams came to blows with the umpire in the US Open's Women's final as she accused him of 'stealing a point from her'.

Umpire Carlos Ramos issued a game penalty to the US star during her game against Naomi Osaka because the umpire accused her of getting coaching from the side lines.

The 23-time Grand Slam winner screamed at Ramos: 'Every time I play here, I have problems. I did not have coaching, I don't cheat. You need to make an announcement. I have a daughter and I stand for what's right. You owe me an apology.'

'For you to attack my character is wrong. You owe me an apology. You will never be on a court with me as long as you live. You are the liar. You owe me an apology. Say it. Say you're sorry.

'How dare you insinuate that I was cheating? You stole a point from me. You're a thief too. '

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https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/tennis/se...3-13215389
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Fed may be blue-pill af. Still the GOAT tennis player.

Serena, however, is basically just John BlackEnroe with more fat–er, muscle–and a far larger chip on her shoulder.
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Some fresh news: Our Conservative friend Tennys has just won his first ATP tournament! Banana He beat in the Auckland final another tennis-man whose family fled communist South-Africa, Cam Corrie.

[Image: Tennys-Sandgren-Cameron-Norrie-Auckland_...0012_7.jpg]

It is bad news for his (Globalist) media adversaries, as they were hoping that Tennys would disappear from big-league tournaments in a couple of weeks, after losing his 360 ATP points from last year's Australian Open...

Well, now Tennys is guaranteed to remain inside the top-60 whatever happens next week at the AO. His career is already a success, both in terms of honor and prize money! It's also proof that he worked very hard during the Winter holidays, as he ended the year 2018 tired, playing very bad at a challenger, but re-appeared in 2019 in splendid form... And the MSM are now acting as if they didn't insult him during the whole month of January last year...

Anyway, I look forward to seeing Nadal-de Minaur in the AO 3d round!

De Minaur is quite a phenomenon, a new Nadal in terms of fighting spirit. He's also got an interesting background, being at the same time Uruguayan, Spanish, Australian, and, as a junior, having been doomed too weak physically to deserve financial help in Europe.
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