Ana Ivanovic + Fernando Verdasco were spotted on a Hugo Boss shopping spree in Madrid before the Davis Cup final won by Spain.
Anando are so obviously a new, young couple in love. How else to explain the matching outfits? Even their hair and skin color is the same. Don't they kinda look related here? Total creepster.
Maybe next time we see them they'll be sporting "I'm with him -->"/"<-- I'm with her" t-shirts at their nearest amusement park.
(image via HCFoo.com)
Friday, November 28, 2008
I suddenly got an SMS (text message) from Sandy ... saying this was it, that's it, it is over. To make sure how serious she was she sent me five others saying the same thing. I was completely surprised.Last year, Boris notoriously broke up with girlfriend Sharlely Kressenberg a day before his 40th birthday through a text message of his own.
Oh karma's a bitch, B.
(image via stern.de)
Thursday, November 27, 2008
For those of you celebrating Thanksgiving today have an amazing holiday. And to readers all around the globe a huge "THANKS!" for making DtL such a blast to write every single day.
Now, let's get our eat (and drink) on shall we?!
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Bjorn Borg, who's been traveling Asia on the whirlwind Champions Tour, has just launched an online dating site "Love For All" which lives on his eponymous underwear website.
The tennis legend is promoting the new effort through a provocative viral video featuring the marriage of two priests.
Love for all? Hell yeah.
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
In between lounging at the pool and sleeping during my Thanksgiving vacation in Florida, I stumbled upon Serena Williams' no-so-bad guest spot on a recent MadTV episode.
ReRe stars as tennis superhero Black Racket who gets an emergency call from US President-elect Barack Obama during a practice session with sidekick Ping Pong. Obama's "balls" have been stolen by a Russian tennista (Sveta maybe?) and he puts her on the case.
I'm thinking Black Racquet's outfit is definitely from ReRe's personal wardrobe - the cape gives it away. And pay special attention to the special appearance by Amelie Mauresmo and her power thighs.
LOVE IT, so CHECK IT:
Monday, November 24, 2008
Spain capped off an historic sporting year this weekend when it captured the Davis Cup championship, its third ('00, '04) in the last eight years, upsetting a favored Argentina on their home soil.
Fernando Verdasco lived out his dream when he clinched the deciding rubber over Jose Acasuso 6-3, 6-7(3), 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 after giving Spain a 2-1 lead going into Sunday by teaming up with Feliciano Lopez to defeat Agustin Calleri and David Nalbandian in doubles on Saturday. It was Spain's first win on foreign soil and Argentina's first-ever Davis Cup loss at home.
Rafael Nadal was quick to congratulate his compatriots on their exciting win telling state television:
These are unforgettable moments. We need to stress that they've made history. It's an unforgettable victory. I don't think it's possible to be any happier.In addition to the Davis Cup championship, Spain can boast the world's top tennis baller in Rafa who captured a fourth straight Roland Garros title, a Wimbledon crown, and an Olympic gold medal in Beijing; a European Championship in football/soccer after a 44-year drought and lead in the FIFA world rankings; and the Tour de France championship won by Carlos Sastre in July.
Not too shabby, eh?
(images via Getty, AP)