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Novak djokovic and ana ivanovic dating

In ictu oculi (talk) , 21 November 2015 (UTC) This is just more fabrication from a continual disruptive editor who multiple times I've had to have administrators stop his attacks on me. then at this English Wikipedia, what the heck is it doing at Radwańska? It's bad enough that we can't use English sources like newspapers, tv, magazines, etc because someone says "they can't handle foreign letter." I say baloney to that, but it doesn't matter in some cases.

Sources indicating Serbian patriotism are a null tell (I'd certainly not be in favor of removing accents from Serbians ambivalent about Serbia! Snow Fire (talk) , 24 November 2015 (UTC)Also, as a side note, there are plenty of Serbians who Anglicized "ić" in their last names to "ich" upon immigration to the United States - checking Serbian Americans, George Voinovich, Bill Vukovich, etc. It's up to them, especially if there are other sources that back it up.

Snow Fire (talk) , 24 November 2015 (UTC) (EDIT: Also, before anyone corrects me, yes, I know that Ana isn't a Serbian American.

It doesn't matter, it was just an example - it'd equally apply to Serbians who change their name in Serbia, ones who change their name in Argentina, etc.

Snow Fire (talk) , 24 November 2015 (UTC)) I already pre-emptively said I knew that in the edit above wondering if this kind of missing the point would happen.

In ictu oculi (talk) , 25 November 2015 (UTC) How do you know that any of the other Serbians give a damn whether their name is spelt on Wikipedia with or without diacritics?

If their social media pages don't use them, it's probably a safe bet to assume that they couldn't give a tinker's cuss if Wikipedia uses them. There are plenty of examples of other Europeans who don't have diacritics on Wikipedia, you just conveniently overlook them in your crusade.

Female stars include Jelena Janković, former World No.1 (No 26 in 2013); Ana Ivanović, also former World No.1 (No.13 in 2013); and Jelena Dokić, World No.4 back in 2002.