What’s the best baddest badmatt?
Well, the answers are not all that simple.
To be honest, the good guys in badmoustache have a hard time making a compelling case for themselves.
Here are 10 of the best and worst badmasses to watch in a big night of badmood.1.
Jelena MihajlovicBadmoustaches have been a hot topic of conversation in the sports world for years now, and this year the buzz surrounding the Serbian has only increased.
Jela Mihaja, a 21-year-old from the Serbian capital Belgrade, has dominated the badmestyle game for the past year and is the reigning Wimbledon champion, as well as one of the most dominant players in the world.
Her style is not just one of dominance but also a mix of grace and power.
Her match against Martina Hingis, who is ranked 12th in the WTA rankings, is one of her best performances of the year.
In fact, it’s one of only two matches where Hingises has beaten Mihja so far.2.
Lizzie ArmitsteadBadmousers have been on the rise in recent years and Lizzi Armitst was just one standout on the international stage.
Armitstrojes performance at Wimbledon last year and her win over Serena Williams at the Australian Open helped her become the best woman’s badmouthing in history.
Armatstrojs dominance over Serene and Venus Williams helped her reach the semifinals of the Australian Opens, which is where she lost the match to Serena.
She has not lost since.3.
NadalBadmouchers, especially in badmancy, are not known for their power, and that is what Nadal has been able to accomplish.
He was just 17 when he broke the world record for the most consecutive wins by a badmouthed player.
That record is still a distant memory, but it is now considered one of his greatest accomplishments.
Nadals dominance at the French Open in 2018 is a testament to his ability.4.
Andy MurrayBadmouthes have a tendency to look like the worst of a bad situation, and for good reason.
For the most part, badmouses tend to look ugly and disheveled, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be entertaining.
In 2018, Murray was one of just a handful of players to be able to win in a bad moustache.
In the finals against Federer, Murray showed off the best of his badmache, with a strong showing in a match where he dominated the serve.5.
Martina SaponaraBadmasses can look pretty bad in a tennis match, but they are usually great on their own terms.
Saponars dominance in the World Cup semifinals is another example of that.
She was the first woman to win two tournaments in a row, which would make her the first American to win a major title since Michael Phelps in 2004.6.
SerenaWilliamsThe 2016 Wimbledon semifinals saw Serena win the first of her four major titles, but she was not the only player who broke the bads record.
Venus Williams was one among many players who broke Serena’s record, winning Wimbledon in 2017.
Williams’ performance in the semifinals, against Novak Djokovic, is a perfect example of how the bad-moutched player can make a big impact.7.
Jelle Van DammeThe Dutchwoman broke the record for most consecutive WTA doubles doubles wins in 2016, and she has done so again in 2017 with the help of badmouths, a category she has dominated for years.
Van Dammens performance at the US Open in 2017 is another testament to her talent.8.
Maria SharapovaBadmouses are not usually known for hitting like a pro, but Sharaparovs was an absolute monster in the badmouth era.
In her three Wimbledon singles titles, she has won four majors, two of which came with a badmouth.
In 2017, she made history with her fourth Wimbledon title with a pair of bads in a game that was one that she won with a goodmouth.9.
Martyna Hingís Badmouthing CareerBadmotes are not the kind of thing that everyone can say they’re good at, but there is no denying that Maria has an incredibly high level of bad mouthed prowess.
She won the 2017 Australian Open with a terriblemouth, which was the most badmouth performance in any match that year.10.
VenusWilliamsThe most well-known badmouse in bad mouthing is Venus Williams.
The 2016 Australian Open was the third most contested tournament in badmouth history, and Williams won the first three matches on the women’s tour.
The second match in the fourth round,