Djokovic gets obscenity warning in semifinal win


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Stop cursing n start playing

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Don’t be the McEnroe of your generation.

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Dropkick Djerkovich.

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Keep going Djoko - winning and winding up the liberals!

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Passion is good for life.

Faking being perfect is hypocritical.

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We could do without the bratty behavior, but at least he acknowledges it and doesn’t try to blame-shift... cough, cough, Serena, cough, cough.

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Djokovic is releasing some steam and pumping himself up sometimes, gets the deserved warning, and usually plays better and wins. Among ATP players, almost everybody does the same (least the winning part), he is actually quite a mild case. Murray is cursing the whole match (and the cameras usually focus on him after losing a point to catch it), others throw chairs and water bottles (it slipped out of my hand mate!). And during yesterday's match, he received three wrong calls against himself, one at a very important time (5-5 if I remember correctly), which is unacceptable for a masters level semifinal, the umpire should get some penalty for that.

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