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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-09-16

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Love All

Israeli athlete
earns respect.

New Fall

Alan Hitsky

Associate Editor

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Venus Williams, left, and Shahar

Peer in Dubai in February.

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.S. professional tennis star Venus
Williams defeated Israeli star
Shahar Peer at the U.S. Open in
New York earlier this month. It was the
fourth and closest match the two have
played this year and it perpetuated a
bond that started last year in Dubai.
Peer was barred from entering Dubai
after the tournament started in 2009
because of her nationality. Williams
spoke for the World Tennis Association
when she said at the time, `All the players
support Shahar. We are all athletes and
we stand for tennis:'
At the 2010 Dubai tournament in
February Williams was paired against
Peer in an early match away from the
main stadium because of tensions follow-
ing the assassination of a Hamas official
in Dubai in January.
Peer told reporters in New York this
month that Williams "was really sup-
portive of me, and she was always on my
side and always stood up. It doesn't mat-
ter if it was this year or the year before
when I didn't get the visa. She stood up
in that final and spoke for me. And when
we did play over there and we played on
the outside court, she was very humble.
She always feels for me. She understands
what I feel."
Williams told a New York Daily News
reporter that she, an African American,
and Peer, an Israeli Jew, "have a certain
special history together. I know she
would have done the same thing for me
or any other player.
"My parents both came from the South
in the '40s and '50s, and just — you
know, it was an outrage really. Just like,
Are you serious? Can you really exclude
"This is professional tennis in 2010. We
are all athletes here. The feeling inside of
me was just one of almost rage and dis-
content. Like, 'Is this for real?'"

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