Meet Georges. Not George. Georges. He’s a golden retriever and he might just be the biggest tennis fan in the world.
Most do not rank tennis very high on the list of the world’s most dangerous sports, but one ball boy will strongly disagree.
I’d say this poor ball boy never saw it coming, but it looks like he did, in fact, see it coming. [Grantland]
This is one of the better things I have ever heard of, or seen. Karrie Webb is doing her best to keep on and stay calm as she waits out a classic kangaroo delay at the Women’s Australian Open on Thursday. No biggie.
Novak Djokovic defeated Andy Murray late last night to advance him to the Australian Open Final setting up what is sure to be an epic match versus Rafael Nadal. Rafa beat Roger Federer in the semifinals and got the pleasure of waiting to see who he would face in the final. Both Djokovic and Nadal
After two long, long years, Tiger Woods is finally back. Woods went birdie-birdie on 17 and 18 to beat Zach Johnson by one stroke at the Chevron World Challenge. Woods finished at -10. Woods trailed Johnson by a stroke entering 17, and birdied after Johnson’s putt lipped out. Woods responded with a birdie on the
As a sports fan I pride myself I knowing a little something about every sport. For example, I know that the Australian Open happens in January and is one of the four Grand Slams. But, as with my bits of knowledge about sailing and archery, that doesn’t mean I actually find it particularly interesting to
Venus strutted to her second-round match at the Australian Open wearing a very loud yellow tank-top dress thingy with a crisscross pattern covering her six pack. The outfit was by far the loudest thing at the Australian Open. You have to give it to her for just not caring at all. Follow us on