Everyone knows the tweener trick shot is being tried by all the players but acrobat/ tennis player Gael Monfils had to bring it to the next level with this shot:
Is Andy getting a little old and absent-minded?
This video is pretty funny because Andy is always full of sarcasm and smart comments to the media. He made that apparent in a chat with Chris Fowler from ESPN
FOWLER: “You said you’re trying to find yourself and search. There’s a million people, a million voices. A lot of money. ESPN telling you how you should play. You shouldn’t do this. You should do that. Are you searching or is it clear to you?”
RODDICK: “I’m convinced being a tennis analyst is the easiest job in the world. Whatever the person does, if it works you just say ‘that’s what works.’ If it doesn’t work you say ‘he should have done the other thing.’ So you know I’m pretty convinced I could be a tennis analyst when I’m done. . .it just doesn’t take much thought. If I’m grinding and I’m winning you guys are like ‘he’s reinvented himself,’ and if I’m playing like crap and pushing then it’s ‘he’s horrible and needs to hit the ball.’ Everyone’s an expert but I’m better than most have been. . .”
A very sought-after video is the one of Rafael Nadal getting a leg cramp.
Caroline Wozniacki made light of the incident and tried to take on Novak Djokovic's role as the mimicker.
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Posted: 9/7/2011 10:31:09 AM by
Lauren Lynch |
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