Monday, November 12, 2018

Weekend Tennis Roundup

I'm enjoying all of the men dressed up in suits and ties for the ATP Finals in London, but I must say the actual tournament has been sucking ass for me, and not in a good way. So far, not a single match has gone the way I've wanted it to: Dominic Thiem continued his inability to beat Kevin Anderson. Roger Federer played horribly to lose in straight sets to Kei Nishikori. And Alexander Zverev took out Marin Cilic ... again. 

Notice how pretty boy Alex Zverev has no socks and a masterful pout ...

It's parliamentary, my dear Watson. Mate Pavic and Nikola Mektic are the hottest MPs yet ...

Cheers, queers!

Even the crowd is stunning ...

Doubles troubles

Novak Djokovic has climbed his way back to the top ..

What did you think of the ATP World Tour awards this year? Seems weird to call Djokovic the comeback player of the year ...

I was tickled to see Tommy Robredo win the Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award ... now if he would just come out already.

And in women's action ...

Despite a weakened team sans Karolian Pliskova and Petra Kvitova (who was there for moral support), the Czech Republic was too strong for an equally depleted U.S. squad, winning its sixth Fed Cup title in eight years. Katerina Siniakova outlasted American Sofia Kenin in a 3-hour-45-minute marathon in front of a boisterous, sold-out home crowd, 7-5 5-7 7-5, to secure a 3-0 win. 

At least Team USA was able to beat them AT HOCKEY

And finally, what better way for a young player who is trying to escape the pressure of having a famous father in the same sport than being written up in the New York Times?!

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