NEWS AND COMMENTARY ON WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL TENNIS
That would be Grace Min, not Lin.
I didn't even realize I'd put an "L" in there (you'd think I'd catch a typo in a 3-letter word!)--thanks for catching.
I'm assuming this is from the Langley article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/tennis/wimbledon/7840044/Wimbledon-2010-Womens-tennis-is-as-much-entertainment-as-sport-says-sport-boss.htmlANY OTHER THOUGHTS ON IT?
I hope it causes more players to speak out. Sports is entertainment, and top players are celebrities. That is reality. But when players are overlooked (which we know they are) because they don't have the "right" look, it's disturbing. And if they're actually being pressured--overtly or otherwise--to change their looks, that is very disturbing.
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