MONTREAL – A crazy lineup (for doubles) on Court 9 Monday caused a traffic jam all day long.
Nearly seven years ago already. And so many of the faces are already gone.
It’s a Masters 1000, so the world’s top 50, with rare exceptions, are automatically entered in the Shanghai Masters.
We bring you conclusive evidence that the hair product does NOT make the tennis player.
WIMBLEDON – Before heading out to the practice court, Genie Bouchard took care of a couple of things.
To say the least, they are very well represented.
In honour of Fernando Verdasco’s scheduled doubleheader in Houston today – the singles semifinal, and the doubles final with David Marrero – we present their performance at Indian Wells last month.
Renaissance for Fernando Verdasco – doubles final and singles semi today in Houston.
One: Baby blue bandannas
Two: Solid, seasoned competition in the hottie department.
Here’s a handy guide to the other seven first-round ties around the tennis planet last weekend.
MELBOURNE – If you’re Fernando Verdasco, and it’s the heat of the Aussie summer, you’re going to practice with your shirt off.
You just are. There’s no debate.
But it’s not as easy as just yanking off your adidas T-shirt.
An astonishing number of tennis players are flying the friendly skies today, headed to various destinations to start their 2014 season.
It means, for many, spending Christmas Day in transit, jet-lagged or bypassing it altogether. Continue reading