Good thing Rafael Nadal doesn’t play hockey. If he did and he won a Stanley Cup, I would hate to see what type of damage he could do with that massive piece of hardware.
Apparently Thursday at the French Open was “Ladies’ Day.” That’s why the playing surface was turned into sheet of bright pink, of course.
During his match against Juan Martin Del Potro at the French Open on Tuesday, Roger Federer became furious with a fan who mimicked an umpire by yelling “out” during a point in the second-
Mikhail Youzhny was so embarrassed with his poor start against David Ferrer at the French Open on Saturday that he apologized to the fans by writing sorry in the clay court.
Richard Gasquet and Grigor Dimitrov played an epic point on Thursday at the French Open that left one of them cramping and the other vomiting from exhaustion.
One French radio show crossed the boundaries of reasonable etiquette when they prank called world No. 2 tennis player Rafael Nadal the morning of his first-round match at the French Open on Tuesday.
Much of the tennis world will likely need the rest of the day to figure out exactly what happened to Serena Williams in the first round of the French Open on Tuesday.
Tossing an object in frustration is a common occurrence in sports. It happens, and sometimes the objects people throw end up in an unintended spot.