Monday, November 21, 2022

Weekend Tennis Roundup



The professional tennis “season” is officially over. Click through for results from the ATP Finals and more BELOW.



Novak Djokovic put on a master display in Turin, Italy, with a 7-5, 6-3 victory over Casper Ruud in the title match of the Nitto ATP Finals.


It was an impressive way to end a roller-coaster of a year that saw him miss two of four Grand Slams and the entire Masters 1000 season in North America, yet still nearly win the most points had Wimbledon been included. And while Carlos Alcaraz ended the year on top the ATP rankings, and Rafael Nadal -- with help from the now-ex Aussie Prime Minister Scott Morrison -- had the best year, it's hard to argue that Novak is the best player in the world. Will be a relief to take the next month off from thinking about the sport -- and then see how things look Down Under in early 2023.




Rajeev Ram and Big Joe Salisbury took out Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic for the year-end doubles title




They sure don't look like "losers" to me



















Goin' to a Go-Go


Jack Draper turned 29 ... and I learned his brother is an actor on "Hollyoaks," natch


"Mommy's almost there ..."


Jiri Vesely puts the body in "just bodies"










I wonder if Ryan bought those for her




Future Hooters waitstaff 










Not sure how these boys wound up No. 1 with no majors, but kudos on being this kute!

























Way to go, Garbiñe!






Happy 26th, Borna! 



91 years 🙏

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