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Have You Ever Seen An Athlete Commandeer A Cameraman To Show The World He Was Right And The Umpire Was Wrong? A Serbian Tennis Player Did That.
Danish Tennis Star Caroline Wozniacki Unveils New Line Of Underwear/Bras, Models Them Herself (Video)
The Danish somehow manage to be the best breakfast pastry and people on Earth. Want proof of the latter? 2009 U.S. Open runner-up and current #9 in the world, Caroline Wozniacki, has teamed up with Danish underwear company JBS to make her own line of comfortable, sexy, durable underwear, that reflects who she is. Video of her photo shoot after the jump.
Ryan Lochte is a world-class swimmer, Serena Williams one of the best tennis players ever. But neither is a prerequisite for being a slick crooner or a fleet-footed dancer. In fact, I would imagine Ryan Lochte especially is terrible at both. Still, that won’t stop them from planning a night out on the town in NYC. Read more after the jump.
7th seeded Juan Martin Del Potro faced off against fellow Argentinian Leonardo Mayer in the third round of the U.S. Open today, coming away with a a 6-3, 7-5, 7-6 three-set sweep to advance to the fourth round. The third and final set was a heated affair, with Del Potro finally coming ahead at 11-9. But not before a bit of physics stupefied CBS announcer Ian Eagle and nearly saved the match for Mayer.
Once upon a time, Andy Roddick was the golden boy of American tennis. He was going to carry the torch Sampras and Agassi left behind, the one they themselves got from Connors and McEnroe. And it looked promising at first when Roddick won the 2003 U.S. Open. But along came Federer. And Nadal. And Djokovic. And Murray. And basically the rest of the world, who lapped Roddick and ensured his Open victory would be his first and last major championship. Today, Andy turned the big Three-O, and announced his departure from tennis.
No, there are no leagues (yet). Yes, these may be the only two players in the world. But hey, if basketball was invented out of thin air, why can’t “Fire Tennis” achieve the same notoriety as James Naismith’s brainchild?
Scotsman Andy Murray is the British golden boy of men’s tennis. Murray has never won a major, but he brought home a pretty significant prize on his home turf Sunday: Olympic gold. And with Scotland knee-deep in the process of secession from the UK, it’s a good thing Murray got that whole feel-good story of the hometown favorite winning a big tournament out of the way while he was actually still British.
It was a windy afternoon at Wimbledon. With the roof open at Centre Court, Serena Williams’ hair wasn’t the only casualty of the strong gusts. Find out what happened after the jump.
David Nalbandian Is Being Investigated For Assault, Because He Accidentially Gave A Line Judge A Boo-Boo
Mikhail Youzhny played poorly against David Ferrer in the French Open on Saturday, culminating in a 6-0, 6-2, 6-2 loss. But the gracious Youzhny, after losing the first eight games of the match, remorsefully apologized to fans with a message dug into the French Open clay, as pictured above.