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guaranteed rental properties | Wimbledon 2013: officials admit defeat against the SW19 shriekers

guaranteed rental properties | Wimbledon 2013: officials admit defeat against the SW19 shriekers

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Don’t expect the shrieking at Wimbledon to stop any time soon. The head of the tournament said today that he recognised there was a problem with some loud players, but will not take a lead in stamping it out.guaranteed rental properties

Richard Lewis, the chief executive of the All England Lawn Tennis Club, said that “ideally” the off-putting shrieks on court would be reduced, but claimed it would be difficult to persuade the game’s stars to change their habits.

Many tennis fans complain that the yells detract from their enjoyment of the game, and some players have spoken out against them, but the opposition has had little effect on the shriekers and grunters.

One particularly noisy match took place in SW19 last week between Maria Sharapova, the world number three, and Michelle Larcher De Brito of Portugal, whose shrieks have reached 109 decibels — only slightly quieter than a chainsaw.

Larcher De Brito insisted after the match that it was a common part of the modern game. “People keep going on and on about it,” she said. “I’m not the only one. Many top players that we know and love grunt.”

A survey by The Daily Telegraph of today’s women’s semi-finals using a hand-held decibel meter found that the French player Marion Bartoli, 28, emitted a grunt of 81 decibels — the equivalent of a vacuum cleaner — during her straight-sets victory over Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium. Mr Lewis said: “I think grunting is something that the game recognises ideally that would diminish rather than increase. But I think equally it’s fair to say if you’re a top, world-class player and that’s the way you have competed for 20 years, then I think it’s difficult to force them to change.

“And I think from Wimbledon’s point of view, we are part of the tennis world, and we certainly wouldn’t want to be isolated in the sense of trying to impose a rule that a) would be very difficult to impose because measuring it is such a difficult thing and b) we wouldn’t want to have a completely different rule to the rest of the year.”guaranteed rental properties

In the men’s semi-finals, the problem facing Andy Murray will be not so much the noise made by his opponent as his thundering serves. Standing in the way of a place in the final is Jerzy Janowicz, a 6ft 8ins Pole who has been described as the new “bad boy” of professional tennis.

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Janowicz, 22, is known for his John McEnroe-style meltdowns as well as the powerful serves that have earned him the nickname of “the Pole-veriser”.

The woman said to be his girlfriend, Marta Domachowska, 27, arrived at Wimbledon in time for his emotional quarter-final on Wednesday. A star of Polish tennis herself, she recently posed for the country’s edition of Playboy.

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