• To be fair he did say get on the knees and thank god for the male players

  • JohnJGuy

    Touché…

    …You are vile!

  • Z3TA2

    Good to know it’s feminist for a photographer to somehow make her attractive and take
    a photo of her with her legs spread. She’s really stickin’ it to The Man.

  • julecrete

    Is this guy auditioning for a spot on the trump show: White House edition

  • JerseyShoreGiant

    Idiot blogger thinks they need to explain Serena’s “I’m sorry”. I think everyone knew what she was doing.

  • crudbud

    Ray Moore is a great guy. He doesn’t know politics. He has made the tournament in Indian Wells one of the worlds best. He is correct. As hard as it is to accept women don’t draw the same crowds and the same number of viewers to their events. So when they get equal payment with men, they are getting a gift they don’t deserve.

    I believe Williams’ response was carefully stated as was King’s. King and Williams were careful because they know Moore is correct.

    We have the parable of the “emperor’s new clothes” yet we never learn from it. Clearly Moore was right but political correctness does NOT allow it to be said.

    • Patti Paz

      Amen, brother. I am amazed your comment was not edited out, as it is so politically incorrect. But, the day is not over yet??

      • HNIC2016

        Hey The Donald, don’t you have a campaign to run?

    • WanderingTattler

      Moore apologized.

      Ray Moore apologized for his comments in a statement issued Sunday afternoon.

      “At my morning breakfast with the media, I made comments about the WTA that were in extremely poor taste and erroneous,” Moore said. “I am truly sorry for those remarks, and apologize to all the players and WTA as a whole. We had a women’s final today that reflects the strength of the players, especially Serena (Williams) and Victoria (Azarenka), and the entire WTA. Again, I am truly sorry for my remarks.”

  • Joel T Sprecher

    Good thing there is not enough white trash in this country to elect Trump to anything. After 11.3.16. when Trump is crushed by Dems and GOP loses majority in house and senate, you can go back under your f(&(#cking rock where you came from. Trump says he loves the poorly educated and you are exhibit “A”.

  • Patti Paz

    Why in the world, of all people, do you quote this whining, complaining, excuse making has been tennis player. To be politically correct, all the news people, tv people, just swoon all over this person. But, wait, it will get much worse as she is on the downhill slide. Just wait!!!

    • elixer8062

      A has been? She won 3 majors last year and is still the #1 player by a country mile.

    • tj1tj

      she is #1 in the world.

      What are you #1 in?
      Besides being a loser complaining on a message board

  • M2thadsr

    Black Is beautiful just like white, and Red and Yellow and brown are too! White people do not have a monopoly on Good Looks GOD created all of us equal and no one race Supreme to any other! A lot of you Bible Thumpers seem to Forget about that when you are using scripture to support your racism!

  • WanderingTattler

    Ray Moore apologized for his comments in a statement issued Sunday afternoon.

    “At my morning breakfast with the media, I made comments about the WTA that were in extremely poor taste and erroneous,” Moore said. “I am truly sorry for those remarks, and apologize to all the players and WTA as a whole. We had a women’s final today that reflects the strength of the players, especially Serena (Williams) and Victoria (Azarenka), and the entire WTA. Again, I am truly sorry for my remarks.”

    • PDXExpat

      This should have been mentioned in the article. While I appreciate the apology, I still question his mindset. His comments were not a simple, off the cuff slip. it was several sentences expressing how grateful women tennis players should be. It was obvious that he really does appreciate the talent and the players but there is that definite under current of ignorant misogyny.

      Enough to call for his head on a platter? Nah. Enough to pressure him to resign his position? Probabl; his credibility and reputation has been damaged and it will affect the organization.