Round 1 is done (almost) and 64 players are drowing their sorrows in champs and berries.
In the grand scheme of things, that doesn't suck.
Yeah, you fuck that air, Daveed. Vamos!
Aw, shit. Game on.
And by "Game On" I mean, "I'm leaving Wimbledon drunk, poor, and working off my debt owed to Pimmy by doing things that I dare not write on a blog that my parents read."
Posted by C Note on June 23, 2010 in Andy Murray, Anne Keothavong, Caroline Wozniacki, Daniela Hantuchova, David Ferrer, Dominika Cibulkova, Fernando Verdasco, Flavia Pennetta, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Maria Sharapova, Pic This!, Robin Soderling, Serena Williams, Wimbledon | Permalink | Comments (6) | TrackBack (0)
A really rough day for the Armada, as JCF lost in five to Robbie "Wait, You're American?" Ginepri, and Daveed bounced in straights by DoucheStamp, who makes the fourth round of a Grand Slam for the first time of his 10-year career. And Fernando was pushed to five sets for four hours by PEHK.
I mean...JCF and Daveed are out? OUT???
A-Rod must be ordering a hit at T-Gabs seeing a how his portion of the draw just got ridiculously cake.
Oh, Cone. I miss you.
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Posted by C Note on May 25, 2010 in Alize Cornet, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Andy Murray, Andy Roddick, Dinara Safina, Jeremy Chardy, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Juan Monaco, Lleyton Hewitt, Maria Sharapova, Marion Bartoli, Pic This!, Rafa Nadal, Roland Garros, Sam Querrey, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Yanina Wickmayer | Permalink | Comments (7) | TrackBack (0)
A-Rod survived a weird five-setter over Niemenen. While his groundies and serve didn't look too rusty, his strategy and tactics clearly were. The guy hasn't played a clay court match prior to RG and it's clear that he's going to need time to see the court better. Good news for him: his draw has opened up with Pico surprise loss to a qualifier who has never played an ATP tour event. Sadz, Pico.
Call me naive (no, really, don't), but I'd be surprised if Andy didn't make it through to the fourth round. I just don't see anyone in his 1/8th challenging him.
Then again, it's clay, and as Fed has so generously pointed out, anything can happen.
And keep an eye on JCF for reasons other than his general hotness. With Sam the Tank's loss, JCF, who beat Cuevas 4 3 and 1, has a pretty clear path to the fourth round. And with a potential quarterfinal against Nole, all I have to say is hmmmm....
It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Walk with me.
"So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to hit more to his forehand, like high topspin, and push him back behind the baseline. Then I'm going hit this shot, have you heard of it? It's called a forehand drop shot. Anyway, apparently it works on clay. I just figured this out. Yeah, I know, I'm brilliant. So like I was saying..."
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Posted by C Note on May 23, 2010 in Andy Murray, Anna Chakvetadze, Aravane Rezai, ATP, Dominika Cibulkova, Janko Tipsarevic, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Maria Kirilenko, Novak Djokovic, Pic This!, Robin Soderling, Roland Garros, The Mighty Fed, WTA | Permalink | Comments (12) | TrackBack (0)
The Armada did their thing again, posing for wet and shirtless for Spanish Elle.
What can we conclude?
(2) Jeans > Sarongs. I mean, I know we call him Florence but putting him in a skirt was just wrong.
(3) As much as anyone with a brain hates Abercrombie, we have to thank them for introducing the hip-crack to the world. Because seriously, it is a glorious thing.
I honestly don't know what to make of this picture. All I know is that the sarong should not be there. And I don't even mean that in a "OOH! LET'S LOOK AT NEKKID FER!" way. It is wet, it is clingy, it is see through, and it is gross.
It's really the pink flops that elevate this picture from "Daveed contemplates the meaning of life" to "Shit. What the hell happened last night..." awesomeness.
And I think that designated person should be me.
Oh, Richie. There's always something to laugh at.
*whispers* Ross knows it's not Wimbledon, right?
By the way, lookin' good, kid. That accidental bouffant suits you.
JCF was en fuego in South America this month, winning back to back tournaments over some pretty stiff competition (heh). He took out Daveed in three hard-fought sets in Argentina, 5-7, 6-4, 6-3.
Either that or he just saw an advanced copy of the Shakira video.
More JCF pic spam. It's cheaper than a site redesign: