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Australian tennis champion Margaret Court has called out supporters of same-sex marriage for attempting to ruin all major holidays, including Christmas.
The 24 Grand Slam-winning extraordinaire admitted that advocates for the upcoming postal vote only hoped for equal marriage because they 'wanted to destroy it.''There will be no Mother's Day, there will be no Father's Day, there will be no Easter, there will be no Christmas,' the 74-year-old said according to The Advocate.
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The first thing I was asked was “asl” – meaning what is my age, sex and location. On the second test, I ended up in a brief chat with a young man, a software developer from India.The comments come as the former sporting great was removed as a patron of the Cottesloe Tennis Club in Perth after voicing several anti-LGBT opinions.The president of the tennis club, Ian Hutton, did come forward to confirm that Court's views where part of the decision to have her ousted but felt it was the right move based on some of the events she would need to attend in her position.Enough is enough.'The tennis pro - who has two children in an openly gay relationship with former touch football champion Amanda Judd - said she was 'hurt' by the comments because she knows Court on and off the court.Court (far right) also had words for Martina Navratilova (second from the left) following comments she made in an open letter to the tennis legend, writing: 'It is now clear exactly who Court is: an amazing tennis player, and a racist and a homophobe.'Court also had words for Martina Navratilova following comments she made in an open letter to the tennis legend, writing: 'It is now clear exactly who Court is: an amazing tennis player, and a racist and a homophobe.'In defense of her same-sex marriage stance Court said: 'I think marriage is so important and children are so important. Navratilova went so far as to urge the operators of Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena, which hosts the Australian Open, to change the name.