Monday, March 14, 2022

Weekend Tennis Roundup

Indian Wells is in high gear and even the desert heat was no match for Tommy Paul's sexy 'stache or Robert Farah's bountiful booty. Full report BELOW.


Tommy Paul was on fire last night, knocking out Alexander Zverev in three thrilling sets

Between his movie-star looks, New Balance kit, cool confidence ... 

and hint of a mustache ...

It was a night to remember. 

Here's hoping he can keep it going.

P.S. Tommy has been a mustache recruiter since 2018

Tom Hill barely finished his morning espresso before Maria Sakkari demolished Petra Kvitova

The famous pic-with queen LaWanda gets her prize fish: Maxime Cressey

Arnaud Bovy assumes the position

An early doubles loss didn't stop Jamie Murray from enjoying his time in Indian Wells

Speaking of movie-star looks: Did you get a load of Czech hunk Tomas Machac?  

After an early loss to Medvedev he left for Phoenix 

If this is who Simona Halep traded in Darren Cahill for, I'd say there's a balance due

Juan Betancourt took a break from his competition TV show ...

After qualifying for the main draw, Liam Broady lost a heartbreaker to Miomir Kecmanovic

But still managed to be there for fellow losing Brit Andy Murray

Daddy longlegs

Sloane Stephens helped Coco Gauff celebrate her 18th birthday

Stan Wawrinka plans to return to plan in Monte Carlo, with Daniel Vallverdu by his side

Marius "The Bod" Copil captured the ITF event in Portugal

Andreas Mies and Kevin Krawietz hit another early roadblock 

Stefanos Tsitsipas's winning box

Defending champ Cam Norrie takes on Nikoloz Basilashvili in the third round, a rematch of last year's FINAL

Jan-Michael Gambill never misses a workout 

So he can look like this in a polo shirt 

Lloyd Glasspool can't leave a tender moment alone

Marko Andrejic is living it up at the Hotel Eden 

Juan Martin del Potro teases us with his latest modeling gig

Sexy Jack Draper is playing the Challenger in Phoenix this week and boy do I wish I were I were home helping out

Sports photographer Regina Cortina has an eye for the pretty boys:

Tommy Paul

Jenson Brooksby's best asset

Nikola Mektic

Maxime Cressey 

Jan-Lennard Struff hit some balls with countryman Oscar Otte

As did Andreas Mies

More pretty boys 

Aljaz Bedene

Filip Krajinovic

Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic

Oscar Otte

Thanasi Kokkinakis

Tommy Paul for New Balance, Oakley and Wilson

An early exit never gets Vasek Pospisil down 

J.J. Wolf's lower body proved too much for Hugo Gaston

Borna Coric came up a tad short in his return to the tour, losing in three to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina. But my pal Greg got plenty of photos of him looking like THIS.

Maybe there's some content coming from the Croat 

Sadly, Robert Farah wasn't doing this when my friend met him!

How about a taste of Oscar? 

And Andy

Pablo Andujar

Cesar Ramirez sure has a type

The Bryan brothers have joined the Tennis Channel team, but I'm not sure what Motorola is thinking pairing them with Jenson Brooksby 

The cameraman had the right idea working the Marcos Giron match ...

In Challenger Land ...

Fernando Verdasco captured the singles title at the Challenger in Monterrey, his first title of any kind since 2016

And Krajicek/Verdugo took the doubles

Earlier Verdasco beat Christian Harrison, who had a nice run to the semifinals 

And would you get a load of Roseto doubles champs Hugo Nys and Jan Zielinski?

And last but not least, J.J. Wolf, who qualified and won a round in the main draw of Indian Wells and then came this close to knocking out Roberto Bautista-Agut, shared another update of his tennis life HERE. (Do I even want to know what this cover of "Rocket Man" is about?) 

1 comment:

ATANNER said...

With Marcos, Tommy Paul and JJ Wolf...American men's tennis is looking good!