Radwanska: 'Should I just be there and dance?'

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After losing a 3-0 third-set lead and falling to Sabine Lisicki in an epic Wimbledon semifinal, fourth seed Agnieszka Radwanska barely shook the German’s hand at the net. When asked why she left the court so quickly, Radwanska responded: “Should I just be there and dance? What could I do?"

The highest seed left in the draw, Radwanska, who had reached the final last year, lamented a missed opportunity.

“When you went that far to the semi, no Serena, Maria, Vika — those girls are still playing great tennis, but it's a little bit different,” she said. “So, yeah, I definitely am disappointed.”

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