Monday, April 03, 2023

Weekend Tennis Roundup

Medvedev and Kvitova came out on top in Miami. Details from the conclusion of the Sunshine Double plus all the ATP beef that's fit to post BELOW.

More about Bachelor No. 2 HERE

Playing in his fifth ATP Tour final is a many tournaments, Daniil Medvedev continued his blistering form to claim his first title at the Miami Open. With a 7-5, 6-3 victory against Jannik Sinner, Medvedev improved to 24-1 in his past five events, which have reaped four titles.

World No.12 Petra Kvitova snapped Elena Rybakina's 13-match win streak to capture the Miami Open title. Behind a stellar serving performance Saturday, Kvitova held off Rybakina 7-6(14), 6-2 for her 30th career win. At 33 years old, Kvitova became the oldest Miami champion since Serena Williams in 2015. On Monday, Kvitova returned to the Top 10 for the first time since September of 2021.

Santiago González and Édouard Roger-Vasselin defeated Austin Krajicek and Nicolas Mahut in the final, 7–6, 7–5 to win the men's doubles tennis title

No.2 seeds Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegula became the first all-American duo to win the Miami doubles title in 22 years after defeating Leylah Fernandez and Taylor Townsend, 7-6(6), 6-2 in Sunday's final. (The last all-American team to win Miami was Mary Joe Fernandez and Zina Garrison in 1991.)

I need to keep an eye on Damian 

Cam boys

Master clinic 

No, thank YOU!

With the way he's been playing, Holger could use a spanking from Daddy

CORRECTION: Looks like they've ended their one-on-one relationship, although Rune will remain connected to the academy 

Stan keeps at it


Goin' to a GoJo


Only Luka Doncic could make Matteo seem short! 

Bravo, Dominik

Lloyd of London

Kinky Kevin? 

Cheers, boys!

Enzo's got a boyfriend 

... or two

How's anyone supposed to concentrate with this wandering around? 

Fabien knows how to pick ‘em

Italians do it better 

Part II

All aboard the Rightwing Express

Love is in the air


Janko my chain

Can Matteo turn things around on clay?

Be still my beating heart

Straight men love to show it off

Part II

Part III

Fun with Irish tennis players

Doggy style

In style

He's a grinder

Lorenzo's a work of art

Great tournament for Big Karen

Every queen needs a king

Maybe I need to try FaceTime

J.J. at a country club?!

Big Matteo

The erratic Dane

26 candles

Sinner rained on Carlos's sunshine 

Clay rats

Where things stand:

Even missing 2,000 Wimbledon points and being forbidden from entering North America, Novak Djokovic still manages to return to the top

Rybakina would be No. 3 with her Wimbledon points, which certainly sounds right now

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