Well, that is of course not exactly true. Being a female pastor, she is not “one of us”, so, like almost all female professional athletes, she’s embraced feminism over the Word of God. I therefore wouldn’t recommend this former tennis star as a role model to young Christian ladies at all. Nonetheless, when it comes to the recent remarks of the 74-year old and former 24-time ladies grand slam singles tennis champion on why she’s boycotting Qantas Airlines, I shall defend her against her critics.
Court, an Australian, recently cited Qantas Airlines’ propaganda campaign for sodomite “marriage” as the reason she would, in future, avoid flying with the airline. She also echoed the remarks of Ukrainian male tennis pro, Sergiy Stakhovsky, who recently proclaimed that the professional female tennis tour (WTA tour) is loaded with lesbians. The Ukrainian Stahkovsky said he wouldn’t want his daughter to play professional tennis, since every other female tennis player is a lesbian.
Naturally, the SJWs of the tennis world immediately freaked and got on their high horses once they were informed of Court’s remarks. Tennis’s most famous lesbian and SJW were first in line, with Martina Navratilova calling for the Margaret Court Arena, a famous tennis stadium in Melbourne, to be renamed after someone with less “homophobic and racist” views. A swarm of lesbian tennis players echoed the call. The accusation of racism is referring to Court’s remarks on apartheid in 1970, when she noted that “South Africa has the racial situation rather better organized than anyone else, certainly much better than the United States.” The leftist hypocrisy here is, of course, evident for all those who do minimal research, since Qantas is an alliance partner of Emirates Airlines, based in the United Arab Emirates, a country that not only has a racist name, but also has criminalized sodomy.
The most revoltingly cucked move in the entire saga came from the current and former world number one male tennis players, Andy Murray and John McEnroe, both joining Navratilova’s call to persecute Court. McEnroe even proposed a mass “same-sex wedding” performed by Elton John in Margaret Court Arena “once gay marriage becomes legal in Australia.” I have no idea what happened to McEnroe’s testosterone, but what a beta he has become. Two of tennis’s favorite miscegenated sons, former American pro James Blake and Australian rising star Nick Kyrgios, also joined the devilish chorus. Of all the known current Australian pros, only Bernard Tomic has remained silent on the issue. We can only pray his heart is in the right place.
There is virtually no vocal support for Court within professional tennis that I know of. Certainly there are those who support her, but they are too afraid to speak up yet. With tennis’s militant leftists currently on the attack, a “wrong step” might, after all, mean the end of their career. Nonetheless, for any tennis fans among my readers, you might know that there are a few traditionalist Christians currently in the sport who might be in a strong position to at least openly shun the boycott of Margaret Court Arena. Of the top players among the men, I can think of Serbia’s Novak Djokovic, Croatia’s Marin Čilić, and Argentina’s Juan Martín del Potro. Among the top females, the Christians I know of are Russia’s Svetlana Kuznetsova and maybe Poland’s Agnieszka Radwańska, although the latter is currently being disciplined by the Catholic Church.
So what can we do? If you are familiar with any of these names, check out their fan pages and drop them a message encouraging them to resist the Margaret Court boycott. We need them to stand up for traditional Christianity now and to be true heroes.