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Tennis great Margaret Court, whose...

The Australian legend, now a church pastor, initially drew fire for saying last year she would avoid Qantas airline for its support of same-sex marriage, which became law in her homeland in December. Court poured more fuel on the fire by claiming a gay conspiracy from America was behind calls to strip her name from the arena.

But the year-old denied she was avoiding the tournament after the controversy. The Perth-based Court said she would instead head to her holiday home and watch the tennis on television. Serena Williams has won 23 but said on Friday she would not be playing in Melbourne after recently giving birth. Court told the Herald Sun she did not hate gay people and was angered how she was made out to be Margaret court homosexuality in japan homophobe who no longer deserved credit for her tennis career.

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