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Video: Andy Murray Interviews Jamie Murray About Penguins, and Football


In this video, Andy Murray interviews his brother Jamie Murray after their doubles QF win in Rotterdam.  Andy critiques Jamie's penguin dance, (which he did after their win) and then they talk a bit about fantasy football.  They are adorbs together.  Who can resist brotherly love.

See the Penguin dance that they are referring to here.


Video: Kevin Spacey and Rafael Nadal Play Ping Pong

After accepting his award for Laureus Sportsman of the Year, Rafael Nadal was challenged by host Kevin Spacey to a game of Ping Pong.  They have a few entertaining exchanges and he even tries to let Kevin win a point.  Enjoy!


Video: Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick at Premier of "Just Go With It"

Here's a little video of the premier of Sports Illustrated Model, Brooklyn Decker's new movie "Just Go With It."  There are a couple of shots where you can see a bit of her hubby Andy Roddick too.  Below is the trailer for the movie.  Enjoy!


Rafael Nadal's New Kia Commercial

Rafael Nadal has a new commercial for Kia (as if we really believe that Rafa drives a Kia).  Don't really get it, but it's Rafa, he can do no wrong.

Thanks to Nadal News for posting it.


Li Na Screams For Ice Cream

Photo: WTA

THIS is what you get for being the first Asian Grand Slam ice cream for life!  This is a picture of Australian Open Finalist Li Na who just signed a deal to become the official ambassador for Haagen Daz ice cream.  She's glowing!  I'd be happy too.


Lucky Ladies

The SAP Open has annual "Ladies Days" where 300 + women pay $65 to go to a luncheon where they get to meet 2 ATP players, and yesterday they got up close and personal with Fernando Verdasco and James Blake.  Tomorrow a different group of women will meet Tommy Haas and Lleyton Hewitt.  Lucky ladies........... 

Photos from SAP Open Tennis


Querrey Tries to Play Hookie and Other Updates from the SAP Open

Sam Querrey tried to play hookie from his press conference today after his first round loss to Lukas Lacko at the SAP Open in San Jose, CA where he was a semi-finalist last year.   He is now is 0-3 for 2011, so while his frustration is understandable, press conferences are mandatory for seeded players.   It was later tweeted that he was dragged back by the ATP and he did his press like a good boy.

In other SAP Open news:

Yesterday, in his first tournament since October 2010, James Blake won his first round match against Jesse Levine 6-5, 6-1.  After dealing with shoulder and knee injuries for the last 2 seasons he says he now feels healthy and has renewed desire to make a comeback. (Check out a great article about his comeback here.)  I'd love to see Blake make a run here, but he has a fairly large roadblock in the 2nd round named Milos Raonic, the Canadian rising star who took out Xavier Malisse in the 1st round.  As much as I like Milos, I'll be part of the J-Block tomorrow.

Speaking of Milos, he is writing a blog while at the SAP Open, and talked about meeting his idol Pete Sampras:

I got to meet Pete Sampras yesterday. It was really amazing. It's two different things, growing up watching so much of one guy, then meeting the person behind the game. He was really nice. He gave me some well-thought out tips. For me, it was an unbelievable experience, especially when you're coming up and getting to the point where you meet your idols. It means a lot.

And he also blogged about his upcoming match against James Blake:

Speaking of players you grow up watching, my next match is against James Blake. It's nice playing these guys you used to watch. I think I'll have an advantage - I'll know him more than he'll know me! So I'll use that as much as I can. I know he'll go for his shots. I'll just take care of my serve and hopefully I'll get a few chances on the return. I look forward to it.

And if you didn't catch it, Pete Sampras and Gael Monfils opened up the tournament with an exhibition match that produced some really entertaining tennis.  Monfils won 7-6 (4), 6-4,  but Pete showed that at age 39 he still had game, although at the end he looked like he needed some O2.  He was clearly impressed with Monfils:

I played against a lot of good movers in my day, but he was one of the best I've ever played. It was incredible.  He slides like 8-feet long. He's got a great future.

but for the future:

Next year, I hope I can play McEnroe or Agassi, someone a little more my age.

See the post-match video here:

Tonight, Fernando Verdasco and Gael Monfils will play their first round matches starting at 7pm PST.