If you play tennis regularly with women, you know that from time to time they can “lose their cool” and go absolutely “ballistic” with rage.
This explosion of anger may well be justified by an unfair event that happened on court. However, no matter what the cause of the explosion of rage was – to see a woman “blow up” on a tennis court can be a very scary event.
To help tennis players around the world identify WHY and WHEN a woman is going to go “ape shit”, we have created an easy to follow – 4 stages of angry female tennis players.
Stage 1 – continuous terrible line calls
You will see from the image below, that this female tennis player has gone completely MAD with rage and if she could, she would want to throttle her opponent due to the never ending stream of bad line calls.
Stage 2 – 4 double faults in a row
This time the fault is with the female tennis player herself. She has managed to do four double faults in a row and thus, give away a free game to her opponent. In the image below you can see the complete frustration from not being able to get a single tennis ball into the service box.
Stage 3 – playing with a crap partner
Despite putting in 100% effort, every time the tennis ball comes near their partner, the partner manages to whack the ball either long or into the net. In this image you can see that the angry female tennis player has finally lost her cool and has start screaming and shouting at their partner after having lost their tennis match 6-0 6-0.
Stage 4 – I hate tennis
There are some people who are forced onto a tennis court at a very young age by pushy parents who think their child is going to be the next grand slam tennis champion. However, in this image you can see that this teenager has finally had enough of playing tennis and wants to go off and have sex and get drunk. The image clearly shows the parents of this teenager getting it “big time” with “no holds barred”.
Have you ever seen a very angry female tennis player?
Here at the World Tennis Federation, we do hope we have helped to educate you into the typical scenarios of when female tennis players “explode”.
If you do ever witness such a scene, our advice to you is:
- keep quiet
- don’t look her in the eyes
- please don’t say “are you having your period”.