Originally written on Bush League Chronicle  |  Last updated 11/20/14
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Caroline Wozniacki and Maria Sharapova recently played an exhibition match in Sao Paulo. Sharapova won the match (6-2, 7-6), but Wozniacki won the battle of fine entertainment.Watch as the 22-year old tennis pro gives her best Serena Williams impersonation by stuffing a towel in her shirt and another one in the back of her skirt. Good stuff. I'm just not sold that two towels in each place wouldn't have been a better representation of what Williams is packing.She also pulled off the same stunt last year.One YouTube user summed up the spectacle best by proclaiming: "Maybe if she imitated Serena's actual tennis she'd win a little more."Touche, my friend.Via Bleacher Report.
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3 Comments:
  • She's must be jealous of Serena, if she has to impersonate her. Then she goes out and lose to Sharapova. I have never been a person who thinks when someone is made fun of its funny.
  • I did not find it hilarious. I believe it has racist overtones even if she's not in black face. I also believe she is jealous of Serena. Maybe if she applied this energy to a better tennis game she might win - Just Kidding! LOL! I think a better impersonation would be of an ironing board. Tee Hee Hee!
  • Anyone who thinks this is a racist move is a moron. Jesus Crymony, Can't we let this whole racism thing go? It's 2013.

    Jealous? Are you kidding? Each of these players have astonishing records, accomplishments and achievements. Jealous? The only one that's jealous is you!
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