If love means never having to say you're sorry, what about 6-love?
Depends which side of the French Open scoreboard you're on, apparently.
Maria Sharapova feels not a shred of remorse about the way she's been finishing off opponents quickly - a total of five games lost through three matches at Roland Garros this year, including a 6-0, 6-0 win in the first round.
The 27th-seeded Mikhail Youzhny of Russia, meanwhile, was on the wrong end of a shutout set Saturday and decided he needed to apologize right then and there to the ticket-buyers in the seats at Court Suzanne Lenglen. Finally having won one game after losing the first eight against No. 6 David Ferrer of Spain, Youzhny used the toe of his right shoe to carve a mea culpa in the red clay near the baseline.
He etched out ''SORRi!'' - stamping the dot atop the lowercase last letter for emphasis before heading to the sideline for a changeover.
''People in the stands may not have noticed, but I think I had to do this,'' Youzhny...