“If one player is grunting too much and the other player doesn’t like it and it is distracting, they can complain to the umpire. … I think there is an education problem with younger players. And certainly my postbag, if you say ‘what do you get most letters about’, I would say that grunting is high up. So we are aware, whether you are watching it on TV or here, people don’t particularly like it.”
— Ian Ritchie, the “head of Wimbledon,” addresses tennis grunting, although can Victoria Azarenka’s ghost-wails even be called grunts? (YouTube grunts, too.)

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