As he celebrates the big 2-9, what’s going on with Tomas Berdych?
France and Switzerland easily take 2-0 leads.
NEW YORK – From referee’s stripes, to beautiful blue flowers to shades of poop and pumpkin, Tomas Berdych’s fashion year has been anything but boring.
A comely bunch, really.
…and one of them is Tomas Berdych.
Roger Federer first won the Dubai title in 2003. On Sunday, he won it for the sixth time.
The Fed vs. Berdych. Kevin Anderson vs. Grigor Dimitrov. The student and the master win.
The Buenos Aires semis turned out just fine, despite the absence of Rafael Nadal and even though attendance has been a struggle. Of the three tournaments this week, in fact, it probably suffered the least carnage; the top two seeds made it to the final.
Czech Tomas Berdych, since his new association with H&M, has received a lot of flack for the, well, the lameness of his court kits.
And quite rightly.
A quick look in at all the first-round Davis Cup ties going on in every corner of the planet Friday – from an indoor arena in Kazakhstan to a gorgeous clay court in Argentina, via an indoor clay court in Novi Sad, Serbia and rolling through Ostrava, Frankfurt, San Diego and a little town in France.
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