“The difference with Margaret Court is that she was always an idiot.”

tennis legend Margaret Court She was receiving some strong words from tennis journalist Ben Rothenberg after claiming no one spoke to her when she attended this year’s Wimbledon ceremonies. The Australian was given a rare lengthy interview with Telegraph’s Oliver Brown, who posted on Twitter that the tennis fraternity had brutally turned its back on her.

Rothenberg was quick to respond to Brown’s tweet when he gave his opinion.

“If there is a positive side to Serena Williams’ retirement, it is that we no longer have to mention Margaret Court with any regularity. There is little reason to give this woman a platform to be optimistic about being ostracized (deservedly) for her hurtful words and actions,” Rothenberg replied.

If there’s a positive side to Serena Williams’ retirement, it’s that we no longer have to mention Margaret Court with any regularity. There is no good reason to give this woman a platform to reflect on being ostracized (deservedly) for her hurtful words and actions. . twitter.com/oliverbrown_te…

“It’s not an issue of tennis players being ‘afraid of someone being a Christian’ as this article allows it to conclude. There are a lot of devoted Christians on the tennis tour who have been fully embraced and popular. The difference with Margaret Court is that she has always been an idiot” Rothenberg added.

The court has been widely criticized over the years for its controversial views on many different matters, such as public opposition to same-sex marriage and support for apartheid in South Africa during the 1970s.

Margaret Court retains Grand Slam record after Serena Williams’ US Open exit – for now

Court at the Australian Open 2020

Tennis legend Margaret Court will keep her record of 24 Grand Slam titles next Serena WilliamsOut of the US Open, at least for now. Williams has won 23 Grand Slams in her brilliant career and was chasing a 24 but lost to Australian Agla Tomljanovic in the third round of the competition.

Margaret Court dominated the tennis circuit from the 1960s through the mid-1970s. The 80-year-old has won an amazing award 64 headlines24 of which are single surnames, 21 of which are mixed surnames, and the other 19 are even surnames.

However, the court will be watching closely Rafael Nadal And Novak Djokovic, sitting behind her, in the Grand Slam score. The Serbian currently has 21 major titles while the Spaniard has 22 so far. Nadal is set to face Frances Tiafoe in the fourth round of the US Open as he targets his 23rd Grand Slam win and potentially close to Kurt’s hidden record.