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While you were sleeping, the men’s final of the Australian Open was being played. Find out who won, plus we go around the NBA.
Early last week we told you a tale, and it was a false one. It was one of donkey cheese, Novak Djokovic and monopoly.
Novak Djokovic is Serbian. Novak Djokovic wants to open a chain of restaurants in Serbia. Serbia is the lone producer of donkey cheese, the most expensive cheese in the world. We’ll bring all these facts together, after the jump.
Maybe you’re not a Novak Djokovic fan… but even if you’re not, you have to admit that when he turns on the charm, there aren’t many hearts he’s incapable of sending aflutter. Surely these young ladies would agree. [Reddit]
Wave those Union Jacks and pop open the Strongbow! Andy Murray has won his first Grand Slam! (And Britain’s first over 75 years!) Read more about The Great Scot, after the jump.
One month later, Andy Murray’s going to be playing for a championship on Centre Court at the All England Club against Roger Federer… again. And he got there thanks to a performance that was vintage Murray in more ways than one. How so? See after the jump.
So in some weird moment where Maria Sharapova told Novak Djokovic she could knock a can off of his head by hitting a tennis ball, to what should be to no one’s surprise, she subsequently hit him straight in the crotch. Video after the jump.
It was a strange, back-and-forth match, but it ended exactly the way every match but one Rafael Nadal has ever played at the French Open ended – with Nadal on top, 6-4, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5. And after it was over, Nadal celebrated with another one of Spain’s finest.
Well, a little more than the face of victory. That right there is – and maybe could only be – the face of victory that was nearly defeat, and many times over. Novak Djokovic had to work a lot harder than most thought he would to earn that victory today, but he got there.