Monday, March 20, 2023

Weekend Tennis Roundup

Carlos Alcaraz and Elena Rybakina were unstoppable in Indian Wells. Full report plus all the ATP beef that's bit to post BELOW.

Carlos Alcaraz completed a dominant run to his maiden BNP Paribas Open title on Sunday with perhaps his most one-sided victory of the tournament, a 6-3, 6-2 stunner against Daniil Medvedev. The 19-year-old Spaniard, who did not lose a set in six Indian Wells matches, returns to World No. 1 in  the ATP Rankings behind his trophy triumph, although will immediately risk losing it again if he doesn't perform well in Miami.

Elena Rybakina capped off a remarkable two weeks in the California desert, where she knocked off the No.1 Iga Swiatek and No.2 Aryna Sabalenka in back-to-back matches to win her first WTA 1000 title. She's be No. 3 right now if she had her Wimbledon points, and definitely looked the part.

Could Aryna be more adorable?

This definitely got me “warmed up “

Rohan Bopanna and Matthew Ebden finished their BNP Paribas Open title run the way they started it, with a clutch performance in a Match Tie-break. 

The unseeded champions upset top seeds Wesley Koolhof and Neal Skupski 6-3, 2-6, 10-8 in Sunday's Indian Wells final, with the 43-year-old Bopanna becoming the oldest ATP Masters 1000 trophy-winner.

Who's your daddy now, Tommy?

Quentin Halys: Most beautiful man on tour?

Borna Gojo: See those eyes

More Croatian beefcake

Adam Jones & Co.

Talk about a hot matchup

Marcos flaunts it on the golf course 

Marton takes on Miami

Giddy up, Tommy boy

Sounds good to me

Big Joe in Phoenix

How do you say manspread in Italian?

Oh, Daddy!

Danny boy

Denis the spokesmodel 

Fabien doing his thing

Vasek Pospisil does his best Don Johnson

James McGee celebrates St. Patrick's Day

Go, Bruins! 

Casper takes Miami

Bernabé Zapata is first class all the way

Benjamin Lock on the links

Garin in Miami

Paula Badosa's claim to fame

My favorite tall drink of water

Remembering Nick Bollettieri

Thiago Seyboth Wild wins the Challenger in Chile

But was this his real trophy?! 

And Italians Andrea Vavassori and Luciano Darderi reached the doubles final 

Olivetti a la plage: Big check, bigger man

Mama's boy Jan-Michael Gambill 

The Aussie Open rematch lived up to its hype!

Nuno Borges defeated Alexander Shevchenko 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 to claim the Phoenix Challenger, the first-ever 175 title

And Nathaniel Lammons and Jackson Withrow took home the doubles crown

Damir Dzumhur's hot brother 

Guido Andreozzi takes a break

Bravo, Andy ❤️😎🏳️‍🌈

Who is Ryan Harrison's new friend? 

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