A goofball TV show host from New Zealand has been hijacking Maria Sharapova press conferences lately with off-beat questions, and apparently the tennis star has had enough.
Here I was thinking that baseball players were the only ones who sustained weird injuries in sports, but now I’m starting to find out that tennis players are right up there.
If you see it once, you can feel free to call it lucky.
Robby Ginepri is a tennis player of whom you’ve probably never heard.
As if we didn’t already know how good Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal is, he reached true all-time great status on Monday night. Nadal beat Novak Djokovic in four sets to win his first U.S.
A freak out over a foot fault? Hmm, where have we seen that before. It seems like a common thing in tennis: things aren’t going well for a player so he or she starts taking it out on the judges.
If it feels like we’ve been here before, it’s because we have. Roger Federer went between his legs last year at the U.S.
From Anna Kournikova to Maria Sharapova and Ana Ivanovic, women’s tennis is known every bit as much for their good looking women as their good looking forehands.