Bouchard out. Top seed Dominika Cibulkova looks like a pretty good bet to take the Acapulco title.
Djokovic vs. the Fed? Sounds good.
The No. 3 Canadian Frank Dancevic, out of action with a pulled abdominal muscle first suffered during the Australian Open qualifying last month, will play the $15,000 Futures event in Hull, Quebec next week.
The adorable Romanian and Ana Ivanovic BFF has three faces on court when she plays matches:
Another night doubleheader of Djokovic and Federer turned into Federer and Berdych/Tsonga because of Youzhny’s withdrawal.
Bouchard the sole Canuck survivor after Wednesday. But she’s done after a loss to Garcia.
After a terrific 3-for-3 effort at the WTA event in Acapulco Tuesday night, the three Canadians couldn’t repeat Wednesday.
The BNP Paribas Open, which begins with women’s qualifying on Monday, has announced its wild-card recipients.
You’ll see this on a practice court every once in awhile, usually always from a player with a two-handed backhand.
Here’s Victoria Azarenka hitting some balls – and playing points – lefty.
There are certain players who just make those … faces when they’re on a court.
That weird tennis combination of agony and ecstasy.
No – not together!
But on neighbouring courts at the Australian Open – really, a little too much beauty for such a tiny piece of real estate.
Slowly but surely, we’re emptying out the photos from the Oz Open – just in time to fill up again at Indian Wells.