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Let’s put this in perspective: the big name sports figure that’s been central to the Scottish Independence vote has been Andy Murray, the tennis player. You know tennis, the sport played in white shorts on grass (not to be confused with a pre-Labor Day pickup game with JR Smith). But that sums up the whole debate: people arguing with each other about independence while not throwing punches, garbage cans or insults at each other (save for some internet trolls, of course). Just lobbing the ball to each other. As debates go, it’s been active, but it’s also been tame.
Wimbledon champ is taking tons of social media abuse for his stance, as Scots go to the polls today in landmark referendum.
So much determination, doe.
“First things first, I’m the realest.” Noavk Djokovic seems to be bored with tennis. The Serbian’s been ranked number one for over 100 weeks, and so far, is sailing through the U.S. Open (today he only dropped four games in his straight set win). In fact, the only physical activity he engaged in was his dance to Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.”
Roger Federer Collaborated With Michael Jordan To Create Gorgeous-Looking Sneakers For The U.S. Open
Roger Federer is a Nike athlete, and sometimes when you wear the top sneakers in the game, you get little perks like collaborating with arguably the greatest basketball player of all time – Michael Jordan. The two all-time greats met for the first time this week in New York to unveil their new Nike-Air Jordan fusion sneaker.