Saturday, May 9, 2009

Lukasz Kubot in his first ATP World Tour final!

Normally we don't post this kind of information. However, this time we are so happy that we will do it.

Lukasz Kubot beat Ivo Karlovic (ATP, 21) 7/6(0) 6/2 and as a lucky looser Lukasz is the first Pole since Wojcieck Fibak in 1983 to reach the ATP final. Amazing!


Friday, May 8, 2009

Simona Halep to have a surgery

What's interesting about it? It seems that nothing, but wait a minute.

This surgery will be diferent than all others. Namely, Simona Halep from Romania stated in a recent interview, that she will have a surgery to reduce the size of her breasts this autumn.

Her huge boobs bother her both on court and off court. She says she doesn't move as fast as she could because of them and she isn't proud of the way she looks.

Here is the pic of her just to show you what's her problem ;)


Lenny Kravitz will rock La Caja Magica

La Caja Mágica will be officially open from 8 May. That special evening will be highlighted by important events and surprises - including a Lenny Kravitz concert.
This concert will kick off a new spectacular tennis arena as well as Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open- the first edition of this tournament on clay.

The singer has invited Rafael Nadal to attend and "play a set" with him at the event. We are really looking forward to this tournament.


Damir Dokic and his daughter Jelena S04 E11

Two days ago Damir Dokic has made a bomb threat at the Australian ambassy in Belgrade over daughter Jelana Dokic's accusations of physical abuse. Crazy Damir made a phone call to the embassy threatening an attack against the ambasador.

Later on, Dokic called the Serbian newspaper Blic and said he planned to fight the Australian embassy in court rather than with a "rocket".

"I am giving up the idea of an attack on the ambassador" Dokic said.
"Instead of using a rocket, I will fight them in the court. I am saying this not because I am afraid of arrest or something, but because all I said yesterday to Blic [threatening to attack the embassy] was said under high emotion".

This crazy daddy had some similar stories before. At the Australian Open in 2006, Damir Dokic threatened to kidnap Jelena and drop "a nuclear bomb on Sydney" after his daughter returned to competing for Australia.

Meanwhile, in Serbian newspaper Vecernje Novosti, Damir Dokic attempts to defend his past treatment of daughter Jelana.

"If I was ever a little bit more aggressive towards Jelena, it was for her sake" said Damir. "When I was young, I was beaten by my parents, and I am now thankful to them for that, because that helped me to become the right person."
"Anyway, is there any parent who didn't do that at least once or twice, of course - for the sake of their children and their future?"

Yestarday Damir Dokic was cought by the police. He will spend now 30 days in jail while an investigation is carried out into his threats against the Australian ambassador in Belgrade.
The police also searched his apartment and found seven hunting rifles, a gun and a bomb.

Serbian police said Dokic's trial would be organised as quickly as possible.
"He has been charged with endangering the security and if guilty he would face up to three years in prison" they said.

Gosh. It's really better to arrest him for more than 30 days. It is awful and pathetic what he does and it seems to be a never ending story.


Wednesday, May 6, 2009

To sexy for Estoril Open?

Iveta Benesova was forced to change her shorts after the referee asked her to do so. The umpire said that the ones she was wearing were too short.

Oh c'mon! It's unfair.
Fortunately, Benesova won a first round match in Estoril Open and andvanced to the second round. Maybe in the next round the umpire will be more tolerant and allow her to look like this.


Who's the best? Serena Williams is the best!

"We all know who the real number one is... Quite frankly, I'm the best in the world."

- self confident Serena Williams on the situation in WTA tennis. Next day she lost to Patty Schnyder in her first match in Rome.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Tough life with Marat

"All of them, I'm really like getting good with them, and then of course is disappointing when he dumps them. Then I feel in the middle, because I'm good with them but they fight, and I don't know which side to take. Of course I feel sorry for the girl because she loves him and then she still wants to get back with him, and then I don't know... I'm communicating with one and then the other one."

- Dinara Safina on the dilemmas that her brother Marat Safin provides her. You really must have a tough life with Marat "The Heartbreaker" ;)

Monday, May 4, 2009

Gonzalez is fed up with Chilean tennis federation president

Fernando Gonzalez has announced that he will not play Davis Cup for Chile if Jose Hinzpeter remains president of the Chilean tennis federation.

Gonzalez in a public statement accused Hinzpeter of breaking trust and revealing confidential information. The Chilean best player said that he initially planned to donate his earnings from any future Davis Cup ties to national junior development.

The Chilean tennis federation has asked a local member of the IOC to mediate the dispute between Gonzo and Hinzpeter.


Davydenko and Lisicki in a bakery

Nikolay Davydenko and Sabine Lisicki were taught during Estoril Open how to cook the world famous Portuguese cake called ‘Pasteis de Belém’.


Sunday, May 3, 2009

Mardy Fish plays golf with his wife Stacey Gardner

Mardy Fish and his wife Stacey Gardner, a Californian attorney and model, played nine holes of golf on Sunday at the Oitavos course near Estoril .


Sex Alert! Watchout for Radwanska!

Authors of this website clearly didn't realise that the picture they chose to use for their 'sexting' story was actually a famous top tennis player. Anyway, be careful! Maybe Agnieszka is up to someting...? ;)


Friday, May 1, 2009

Did Vaidisova dump Stepanek?

According to Czech's newspaper "Aha!" Nicole Vaidisova is no more seeing Radek Stepanek. It seems that Nicole who finally found her good tennis form has also found a new boyfriend. The two were cought together on the airport.


Simply the best!

I have never seen such tenacity, such ambition, such fight and such honor go into every shot as when I watch Rafael Nadal.

I want to be like him. The attitude he exudes the moment he walks out on the court is the attitude of a true champion. A champion whose desire to win is the same as the desire of a lion to eat. Stalking his prey with force and speed, Nadal, 22, has already become one of the game's all-time best.

What is so unusual about Rafa (which is what he likes to be called) is that unlike many of his fellow Spaniards, he can dominate on all surfaces. He has never lost a match on the French Open's clay, but he also has a Wimbledon title to his name, as well as one from the Australian Open. This year he's the only man able to go for a true Grand Slam.

What makes him so good? I think it's that he's the hardest worker. The last one to leave the court, the first to arrive. The one who falls asleep studying, the first to rise. It's not easy being a champion; you don't just wake up and — bam! — you're No. 1. It takes work, effort, desire, dedication — all qualities that Rafa has. I could be wrong, but I don't think I am far off.

- Serena Williams shares her opininion about Rafael Nadal.