Bastian Schweinsteiger, German footballer and World Cup winner, has been snapped holding hands with Ana Ivanovic... despite still being linked with his long-term girlfriend Sarah Brandner as recently as the World Cup!
Serena Williams claimed her 18th major and 6th US Open title today, beating close friend Caroline Wozniacki in the final 6-3 6-3. Serena is now tied second with Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova on the all-time Grand Slam winners list. So, how does one celebrate such an amazing achievement? By partying with the girl she beat, of course!
Andy Murray, folks... https://t.co/nxSwpX921o— Live Tennis (@livetennis) September 1, 2014
Looks like someone has his swagger back. Andy Murray hit the kind of shot he's famous for against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Monday... that sort of shot that has you wondering HOW did he get to that?! Murray plays Novak Djokovic next and appears to be finding his form just in time. Can't wait to watch that one!
Novak Djokovic did a fancy dance after his straight forward win over Paul-Henri Mathieu. The Serb dropped only four games in his second round match and moves on to face Sam Querrey.
Here's something I hadn't seen before... Caroline Wozniacki lost a point because her racket got stuck in her hair! Guess that's the risk you take when you have such pretty, long hair. She bravely tried to play the point, (I say brave because that could have hurt!), but failed. She won the match anyway.
I've been moaning a lot about how boring tennis fashion has been this year to the point I didn't even bother to review Wimbledon, (they banned coloured undershorts and I gave up). So I'm grateful that the US Open is bringing it; I'd rather have ugly or wild fashions than boring, safe ones. With that in mind, let's start with Serena Williams.
This is a little Kim Kardashian pre Kanye, I have to admit. I think with leopard print you either love it and have scarves and pencil cases and shoes all covered in it, or you don't go anywhere near it. I am the latter. So while I like that Nike have done something different with this dress and I think the cut is nice, (if, like usual, too short), it's just not really me. But it IS Serena, and if anyone is going to pull off a leopard print tennis dress, it's her. So kudos to her for rocking the animal look with as much grace as she can, and paired with the pink it does come together. Now there was a blazer, but I'm going to be nice and pretend I never saw it.