Girl, it's 100 degrees and humid. Why in the world are you wearing your boyfriend's XL t-shirt to practice.
Speaking of the weather (and in further validation of what I've been saying all along) here's a report on how the weather and pollution are affecting the tennis players:
TOP tennis stars are lining up to complain about the soaring heat, humidity and the pollution in Beijing.
With big-name players sweating through practices in sauna conditions, the temperature -- and overhanging smog -- have been the main talking points at the open-air Olympic Green Tennis Centre.
Incoming world number one Rafael Nadal, dripping with sweat during a practice match with Fernando Gonzalez, accidentally broke a racquet when it slipped out of his hand on serve.
Women's number two Ana Ivanovic appeared exhausted during a work-out, doubling up on court to catch her breath.
And players beaded with perspiration have been towelling off and drinking gallons of liquid as they go through their routines in the oppressive heat.
Gonzalez, who is bidding to defend his doubles title with Nicolas Massu, admitted conditions were extremely difficult with temperatures of up to 34 deg C (93 deg F) and unpalatable smog.
"The conditions are really tough with the pollution and it's really hot. We don't have too many days to adapt so I hope to be much better than today,'' he said.
Slovakian beauty Daniela Hantuchova said she had never experienced such heat.
"It's tough. It's maybe the hottest weather I've experienced,'' she said. "Hopefully it can cool down.''
Meanwhile Australia's Samantha Stosur said conditions were "pretty rough'' and among the most difficult all season.
"It is very hot and very humid and the sun isn't even out yet so I'm sure it will probably only get worse from here,'' Stosur said.
"It is unpredictable and probably the hottest conditions we are going to play in all year.''
The heat and humidity of a Beijing summer, along with chronic pollution, have been major concerns for participants in the Beijing Games, which open on Friday.
Many athletes arriving in the Chinese capital have expressed concern about air quality, including four members of the US cycling team who wore masks as they emerged from the city's airport.
On Wednesday, much of the Games complex was just a blur from Olympic Green, just over two kilometres (a mile and a half) away.
Not good to hear veteran players complain about the heat and Baby Panda already wheezing. Does anyone ever remember seeing a match where Ana seemed like she couldn't catch her breath? Disconcerting to say the least.
UPDATED: I'm thinking Ana's borrowing Scott's shirt. Which makes my prior "boyfriend" comment kinda weird. Unlike the Serbian media, I don't think there's anything going on with those two.
Lastly, I just wanted to post this picture because doesn't it look like she was just sitting there and someone (maybe Rafa) sarcastically/jokingly said "Hey, nice shirt."