Right to celebrate?
Tsvetana Pironkova saw off Marion Bartoli and indulged herself with at least ten minutes of picture taking, hand shaking, ball signing and general chatting with the crowds who watched her book a place in the quarter finals.
Fast forward to the quarter final victory over Venus Williams and Prionkova disappeared off the court sharpish. Why? This is her most succesful grand slam to date and I don't think anyone would begrudge her a little bit of celebrating.
I'm not saying go daft and rub your opponent's nose in it, but surely having the crowd on side helps and applauding them after the match is a gracious and sensible thing to do? Then again maybe I'm missing the point and she had to use the bathroom or people to meet.
Helen Skelton is one half of the Wimbledon with Tarango and Skelton podcast and is reporting from Wimbledon on 5 live throughout the fortnight.
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