Week two of the Australian Open is under way as I write this. And with so many upsets and surprises in both the men's and women's draws, it's anyone's guess who will come out victorious. In the meantime, check out all the highlights on and off the court Down Under BELOW.
Boss man Matteo Berrettini survived a scare from Carlos Alcaraz before outclassing Pablo Carreño Busta
... to become the first Italian man to reach the final eight in all four majors
Not to be completely outdone, the teen Spanish sensation showed off his new and improved guns
Ryan Harrison & friends: You know not a single person in this photo has been vaccinated against the coronavirus
God let this be true. I've always said every single problem Naomi Osaka has is in her head. Please let her get out of her own way so she can fulfill her full potential, which is definitely at the Venus Williams and Justine Henin level of majors.
Well played, gurl
Diego Schwartman isn't going to let a disappointing major get him down
Karen Khachanov gives 'em what they want
Liam Broady caused a gay sensation with his rainbow shoelaces ...
(Who's the lucky bro?)
Liam wasn't the only player to catch the gays' eyes: Thanasi Kokkinakis
flashed some abs wore rainbow sweatbands on Pride night ...
to the delight of many
Watch a special message from the players HERE.
Speaking of which: How sweet was this exchange between Liam and Billie Jean King?
As someone married to an Argentinian, I know I'm supposed to disdain Brazilians ...
But I do have a little crush on Marcelo Demoliner
How upset can Paula Badosa be about getting creamed by Madison Keys when she's got this waiting for her in the pool?
Marton Fucsovics looked great losing early
Stefano Travaglia lost in the first round of singles and doubles ...
But he still looks like this
Bernard Tomic: Yes
Poor Tom Hill, having to watch Maria Sakkari lose yet another match she shouldn't have
Hubba-hubba: Sam Groth has been really filling out since becoming a pandemic father of 2. Here he is busting out of a Ralph Lauren polo shirt with soccer cutie Joshua Cavallo
Putting the 'wide' in Wide World of Sports
Aussie Aussie Aussie
I could be in serious trouble if Damian sees how pasty Andrea Vavassori is ...
Here he is recovering with fellow Italian Gianluca Mager
Lloyd Glasspool feeling up his Finnish doubles partner, Harri Heliövaara
And I thought the sexy Brit was more of an ass man
Still cruising Matty Reid
The reunited pairing of Andreas Mies and Kevin Krawietz came up very short in their third-round match, but their fans felt like they won it all
Germans Down Under ...
The Bratwurst bunch
It was nice to see that Cristian Garin isn't always as sullen as he is on court
That's more like it
Pablo Cuevas and friends hang 10
Future daddy Tobias Simon says uncle
What a thrill to see Maxime Cressy into the second week of a major!
Vasek Pospisil writes: Can’t wait for what’s ahead in 2022. A lot in the works; going to be a good year 🚀.. oh and here’s a photo of me in a sweater
6-4 German Yannick Hanfmann looked like a winner easily losing to Rafael Nadal
A disappointing showing Down Under from Holger Rune, who has just cracked the Top 100
Mischa Zverev's little brother, Alexander, laid another major egg
Sam Stosur called it a singles career, but is still in the mixed-doubles draw with fellow Aussie Matt Ebden
And speaking of Matt, he and countryman Max Purcell are through the men's doubles quarterfinals
Giving good Head
Jonny O'Mara hits the golf course after a second-round doubles loss
To Serb with love: Janko Tipsarević
Does it get more handsome than Pablo Andújar? (That's Pablo with Felix Auger Aliassime and Pedro Martínez in the hot tub at the top of this post.)
Studly Americans Nathaniel Lammons and Jackson Withrow
Marin Cilic still has it at 33
Ryan Harrison's suburban dad tour takes him to the Midwest
Hot couple alert: Dennis Novak and Mats Moraing
Back to Asics with Corentin Moutet
Jeļena Ostapenko's box runneth over
In Challenger-land: Russian cutie Pavel Kotov finished his 2021 season with a maiden #ATPChallenger title in Forli... On Sunday, he defeated No. 2 seed Quentin Halys 7-5, 6-7(5), 6-3 to claim his second!
Nathan Ponwith hosted a Sun Devil reunion but I wasn't invited :-(
And last but not least, who can name this bad-knee-ed player turned commentator?