June 27, 2017

WATCH: Tennis legend John McEnroe won't back down to feminists after comments on Serena Williams

StaffRebel Columnist

Despite upsetting social justice warriors and feminists, John McEnroe won't back down after saying that while Serena Williams is the best female player, she would rank around 700 if she played against men.

The comments came in an interview with NPR where reporter Lulu Garcia-Navarro after for his comments on claims that Williams is the best player in the world... period.

McEnroe did, however, say Williams the best female player ever, but when pressed if she was the best including men, he had an honest answer.

“If she played the men's circuit she'd be like 700 in the world,” he said.

This resulted in enraged feminists calling McEnroe's comment 'sexist'.

On Tuesday, the legend appeared on CBS This Morning and looked boss as ever. “I'm just waiting, would you like to apologize?” Co-host Norah O'Donnell asked.

“No,” was his simple response.

Absolutely amazing. What do you think? Let us know in the comments.


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commented 2017-06-28 00:40:03 -0400
Not like McEnroe knows what he’s talking about in tennis – I mean his expertise has to naturally take a back seat to feminist mythology(AKA female cattiness) I’m glad he didn’t buckle to PC tantrum takers and stood behind his convictions – I just wished he followed up with one of his famous outbursts.
commented 2017-06-28 00:19:39 -0400
Ladies watching too many ‘strong women’ commercials and superhero movies….
Women can be very strong, yes, but they can’t outdo men and if anyone seeks to dispute this, take a look at your average patriarchal country. Which gender does the fetching? I’m sure they haven’t volunteered for it, but are rather forced. If women are so strong, there should be no very-patriarchal countries. In what’s left of the free world, we’re blessed to have laws and mutual respect which takes the cooperation of both genders. But any more screaming for ‘increased equality’ in an already egalitarian society, any more disgusting displays of lewdness and vulgarity, any more corrupt use of our laws to take advantage of men, and people will become so fed up that the entire feminist movement will cease to exist.
commented 2017-06-27 22:58:17 -0400
My response the last time a feminist expected an appology from me was “most certainly not…in fact…there is considerably more where that came from”

Nice to see the commisars defied.
commented 2017-06-27 21:36:36 -0400
Ron, if you followed his career you have to conclude that he would not. McEnroe would have his eyes scratched out first.
commented 2017-06-27 21:11:07 -0400
Maurice Potvin, well said.
commented 2017-06-27 21:08:55 -0400
Bravo Zulu—If McEnroe said it at a University where the Feminists were screaming and starting to surround him; would he be that brave? He might apologize.
commented 2017-06-27 18:36:26 -0400
Love it – a man with a spine!!!!!!!!!!!

Not many of them left today.
commented 2017-06-27 16:57:58 -0400
Why can’t these feminists understand that men and women are physiologically different? Is there some shame in that or what? The sports I am most familiar with are hockey, baseball, football, and basketball. In my opinion men in peak condition in any of these sports would rout any female competitors in their peak condition simply because of the difference in physiology. If that makes me sexist, so be it.
commented 2017-06-27 16:35:58 -0400
Not being the least bit knowledgeable about tennis, or a particularly big tennis fan, I don’t know whether what John McEnroe said is true or not. But if he believes it is true, why the hell would he apologize? One apologizes once it’s been clearly demonstrated that they were wrong. Prove he’s wrong and maybe he’ll apologize…. and then again maybe not. People are entitled to their own opinion.