On Sunday, tennis legend John McEnroe committed crimes against Feminism when he dared to say that tennis great Serena Williams, while being the greatest female player ever, is not as good as male players. McEnroe went on to rank Williams at around 700 in the men's circuit.
Despite all the glaring biological evidence to support McEnroe's innocuous and obvious statement, the left went ahead and predictably branded the tennis star a sexist.
He's not. He's merely a truth-teller.
In fact, in a video clip sure to make feminists' heads explode, Williams herself agreed that men's and women's tennis are entirely different games due to biology. Speaking with Late Night with David Letterman host David Letterman back in 2013, the Grand Slam queen even went on to explicitly state that she'd get her behind handed to her by male tennis star Andy Murray if the two were to play because, yes, he's a man and she's a woman.
“Actually it’s funny, because Andy Murray, he’s been joking about myself and him playing a match. I’m like, ‘Andy, seriously, are you kidding me?’ For me, men’s tennis and women’s tennis are completely, almost, two separate sports," Williams told Letterman.
"If I were to play Andy Murray, I would lose 6-0, 6-0 in five to six minutes, maybe ten minutes," she continued. "No, it’s true. It’s a completely different sport. The men are a lot faster and they serve harder, they hit harder, it’s just a different game."
"I love to play women’s tennis. I only want to play girls, because I don’t want to be embarrassed," Williams added.
So, is Williams a sexist, too, or can we all just accept biology and move on?
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