Monday, February 22, 2016

10 Hottest Asses in Men's Tennis


One of the reasons Damian calls Dominic Thiem -- who recently shed his '80s pornstar hair -- "Little Stan" is anything but little ...







And the rest ...



Vasek Pospisil is unique in that his face is as hot as his ass ...


Bernard Tomic's big Down Under ...


Rafael Nadal's days of domination are behind him, but so is that incredible derrière ...


We've already discussed James Duckworth's ASSets ...


And I've never said Andy Murray wasn't gifted ...


I certainly hope whoever that "woman" was who nearly got Richard Gasquet banned from the sport snorted some cocaine off that crack ...



Even ESPN magazine celebrated Stan Wawrinka's fat behind ...


Michael Russell's milkshake brought all the boys to the stands ...




And Andy Roddick was always a winner in my book ...


But the hottest ass of all may be the one mooning Nick Kyrgios -- who just won his first title! -- seen HERE

6 comments:

Brooklynwho? said...

ANDY! Andy! ANDY! Andy!

Unknown said...

Don't forget Borna Coric! I wouldn't be surprised if that bubble butt in the jump page belongs to him.

The Polar Beast said...

Wow! I thought the Rim of the World was in California! Now I know it's on the pro tennis circuit.

Stephen said...

You could serve tea on that ass.

Unknown said...

Jack Sock!

Bryan Ferraro said...

"Rafael Nadal's days of domination are behind him"

Do you really think so? He's currently #1. I'm watching him in the Asstralian Open right now (2020) and he's looking pretty good. I believe 60 Minutes had a piece on him just a few weeks ago. The guy sure wears a lot of pink. And not just muted pink but bright neon pink. Both his jacket and muscle shirt today are pink. And maybe his jockstrap as well. The guy is apparently gay-friendly and very secure in his sexuality and masculinity.

A few years ago, a male fan ran on court and kissed him. He laughed and took it in stride. Contrast that with Federer who was pissed when a fan approached him in the halls, citing a break in security. He was arguably justified, citing the Seles stabbing incident. Still, it shows Nadal's easygoing nature, which was mentioned in a NY Times article as well as the 60 Minutes piece.

For what is worth, Spain was the third country to legalize same-sex marriage (behind the Netherlands and Belgium). It was somewhat unexpected to be third, as most people would've expected it to be one of the sexually-liberal Nordic countries. Also unexpected was Canada being fourth (shame on the US!). Shockingly, Switzerland still hasn't legalized same-sex marriage (which is not to say that Federer is in any way homophobic).

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