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But others have failed to see a funny side, with Murray’s fiancée under attack from people who have taken offence at her behaviour.

Wladyslaw Mejka tweeted: “Just what did Tomas's ethnicity have to do with it ?

Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark pauses during her third-round match with Serbian Ana Ivanovic at the French Tennis Open in Paris May 30, 2008.

The second-seeded Ivanovic defeated Wozniacki in straight sets 6-4, 6-1.

After winning her 23rd Grand Slam title Serena described herself as being ‘Thirty-fun years old’.

This sounds like bad news for her rivals, whose only crumb of encouragement is that her real age is 35.

Speaking to The Independent, he added: “I think she should apologise because what happens is when people have these prejudicial feelings they come out at a point of tension or a point of conflict.” And a spokesperson for Show Racism the Red Card described Ms Sears’ comments as “unnecessary and ill advised” and added: “When someone says something of this nature, all we can do is ask them to reflect on it and consider whether an apology is appropriate.”Asked about his fiancee’s choice of language, during the post-match press conference, Murray muttered “in the heat of the moment you can say stuff that you regret”.

Keen to change the subject, he added: “And, yeah, that’s it.”Ms Sears’ outburst was initially welcomed, with German tennis player Andrea Petkovic tweeting “I love Kim Sears so much”, and former British number one Anne Keothavong describing it as “f***ing hilarious”.

Adler appeared on the Today show on Friday to talk about the aftermath of his January 18 remark during Williams' match against Switzerland's Stefanie Voegele at the Australian Open.'It just makes me absolutely sick,' Adler told Matt Lauer on the Today show. It couldn't be further from the truth, and I don't quite understand nor accept how something like that can happen to me,' he said...The Williams sisters have a long history of intense and fierce on-court competition.And Venus Williams, 37, has now revealed what it was like to play against her pregnant sister Serena, 35, at The Australian Open.Murray had broken serve when Berdych served for the first set at 5-3.As Murray made his trademark clenched fist after winning the game, TV cameras switched to his fiancée’s reaction - seemingly shouting out, according to lip readers, “f***ing having that you Czech f***ing f***.”To some, like anti-racism campaigner Weyman Bennett, of Unite Against Facism, her remarks represent “the thin end of a racist edge because the problem is, whether he is Czech or not, referring to him being Czech is irrelevant”.