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This weekend, Maria Sharapova won her first ever French Open title and completed a career Grand Slam. Andy Roddick, once a player expected to finally shed the label of “one-hit wonder,” has become pretty much an afterthought and a non-threat to the upper echelon of the tennis world. When the draw for Wimbledon was announced, there was one match that caught the attention of everyone.Today Sharapova takes over as the world’s top ranked player. An aging underdog sidelined with a devastating injury works hard to achieve personal and professional goals and to the surprise of almost everyone comes back better and stronger than ever. It was the rematch between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut, who are both remembered for their record setting 11 hour 5 minute match last year.Switzerland, against a depleted but still fun-to-beat American squad, and with good buddy Stanislas Wawrinka by his side.Love him or not, it will be fun to see the Legend soak in the well-deserved adoration and play in a team atmosphere on his home turf.One of the ties I’m most looking forward to is Spain/Kazakhstan. You’d be amiss if you didn’t scavenge for some (surely static) streams for the lesser-known teams this weekend too.
All in all, there’s absolutely no telling what to expect from Team Russia as they travel to Jurgen Melzer’s Austria this weekend, and as always- that’s part of the fun.
“Both of you, in fact.” OR: A cuddle party after Roger beats Juan Martín on the Shanghai Masters' semifinals. Inspired by Roger’s South American tour and in particular his visit to Argentina.
Perhaps with some help along the way, she might realise that facing her biggest fear will be her defining moment. They're not friends per se, but they play for the same tennis team and that's enough for them to be in all right terms.
It’s about seeing the bromance on the benches as the fellow team members watch and frazzle along with us.
Nothing is as great as seeing a good cheerleader- whether it be Roger Federer on his feet urging on Stanislas Wawrinka, Juan Carlos Ferrero fist-pumping a Nicolas Almagro winner, or John Isner and Ryan Harrison embracing when Mardy Fish gets to set point, there is no better reason to watch Davis Cup than to inspect the camaraderie on the benches.
“You shouldn’t have stayed up so late, Nole.” He opens his eyes and focuses on his boyfriend, trying to look angry behind his exhaustion. But an unexpected turn of events led her to turn her back on the game forever.