No, you didn't. Apologies. But that was the feeling I got from your posts. Your definition is remarkably identical to the one from Wikipedia except the first part is missing. Bad sportsmanship includes but is not limited to cheating and rule breaking. "...the most common offence of bad sportsmanship is the act of cheating or breaking the rules to gain an unfair advantage". Gloating, being a "bad loser" or a "bad winner" or just being disrespectful are other examples of bad sportmanship. And it can happen off court. But yes, this has wandered from where it started: The rule that I believe we all agree Momota should be excempt from in this particular case. I still haven't seen or heard anything.