In a letter published in The West Australian newspaper last week, Court wrote that she would stop flying Qantas "where possible" because the Australian airline "has become an active promoter for same-sex marriage." The 74-year-old Court has been a critic of homosexuality for decades, and she expanded her comments in a Christian radio station interview this week. "I think she's digging a very big hole for herself at the moment. "I think if it continues down this road, then maybe there may be no other option but to do that," Stosur said. "I actually really like the column that Martina Navratilova wrote the other day," Stosur said. According to the latest update, April has experienced frequent bouts of strong, healthy kicks and the calf moves indicating everything is progressing as it should.
Millions worldwide have watched the cam, and there is an official April View Crew of devoted followers waiting for the moment active labor begins.And it's a whole plot in our nation and in the nations of the world to get the minds of the children."Speaking after her second-round victory at the French Open on Wednesday, Stosur admitted: "That's all pretty crazy stuff."Stosur wouldn't be drawn on whether she would refuse to play on Margaret Court Arena at the next Australian Open in January."I'm going to head down to the Australian Open when it rolls around next year, and we'll get on whatever court we have to play on," said Stosur, a grand slam winner herself."But obviously I don't agree with what she's coming out with saying." Dellacqua, whose has two children with partner Amanda Judd, tweeted last week: "Margaret.took young ones into parties and things."And because they liked to be around heroes and what you get at the top is often what you will get right through that sport." In the interview, Court also referenced the devil and Hitler."God's got so much in (the Bible) about the mind, how it affects us, affects our emotions, our feelings, you can think ' Oh I'm a boy' and it'll affect your emotions and feelings, and everything else and so that's all the devil."That's what Hitler did.That's what Communism did -- got the minds of the children.And for whatever reason, she wants to keep talking about it," Stosur said Friday after beating American qualifier Bethanie Mattek-Sands 6-2, 6-2 in the third round of the French Open. "It's about the tennis, but it's also about who you are. Martina Navratilova wrote an open letter this week criticizing Court and recommending that tennis officials rename the arena that bears the Australian great's name at Melbourne Park, home to the Australian Open. And I think if there's not a nice light in that, then why should there be that name up in lights." At the French Open earlier this week, British player Andy Murray also rejected Court's comments. Broadcaster Mike Cation initially described the sounds as coming from someone playing a pornographic video in the stands, but later said they were coming from an apartment nearby.Both players had fun with the situation while the crowd laughed.I am disappointed that Qantas has become an active promoter for same-sex marriage.I believe in marriage as a union between a man and a woman as stated in the Bible," Court, 74, said in an open letter published in The Western Australian CNN attempted to reach Court's church to confirm the letter's validity."Your statement leaves me no option but to use other airlines where possible for my extensive (sic) travelling," she wrote.