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Is Sara Errani the angriest woman in tennis in 2014? (20 Photos)

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Is Sara Errani the angriest woman in tennis in 2014? Many tennis fans might be asking that question after watching Sara Errani play at the 2014 U.S. Open.

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I've created a slideshow of Sara Errani in 2014 to help you see if she is the angriest woman in tennis. Check out the photos and see how angry she looks.

In the 2014 U.S. Open, Sara Errani defeated Venus Williams in the third round, and after the match she strutted around the court with her finger to her lips telling the crowd to be quiet. Errani was angry because the crowd had rooted hard for Venus Williams and she was pretty demonstrative with her finger to the lips be quiet gesture to the crowd and also wagging her finger at the crowd.

Is Sara Errani the angriest woman in tennis in 2014? (20 Photos)

If you don't know her, Sara Errani is a very good tennis player who was born in Bologna, Italy on April 29, 1987. That makes Sara 27 years old in 2014 while she is playing in the U.S. Open.

So far in her tennis career in singles play, Sara Errani has reached the finals at the French Open (2012, lost to Maria Sharapova), the semis at the U.S. Open (2012), the quarters at the Australian Open (2012), and the third round at Wimbledon (2010, 2012).

Sara Errani is much better known in tennis for her doubles play, as she has already captured a career Grand Slam in doubles play winning each of the four Grand Slam tournaments in her career. For her career, Sara Errani has won five Grand Slam doubles titles, all with her usual playing partner Roberta Vinci also from Italy.

If you have been watching Sara Errani play at the U.S. Open in 2014, you already know she plays angry. Sara makes a funny grunting sound on most points when she hits the ball, and she just looks angry all the time on the court.

If you don't believe me, check out the photos of Sara Errani in the slideshow. All the photos are from the 2014 season.

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