Google Glass is ramping up its marketing campaign as it prepares to go on sale to consumers, and what better way to attract attention than have Roger Federer play tennis in them? In the advertisement, Federer and his coach, Stefan Edberg, wear Google Glass during a practice session. The technology allows us to see tennis from Federer's point of view. As of yet, Google haven't created the technology to help us all play like him. Oh well, guess this will have to do for now.
Rory McIlroy fronted up for a difficult presser at the BMW PGA Championship yesterday, just hours after his statement confirming his split with Caroline Wozniacki was released. McIlroy's statement had made it pretty clear who did the dumping, but in the presser McIlroy tried to back track a little over who was to blame.
"Yeah, obviously quite a difficult time for Caroline and myself, and I think the statement really said it all this morning. It was mutual and amicable and we both thought it was the best for us, the best for both of us. Time to move on and I think I've said all that I need to say," he said.
Um... pretty sure if you get cold feet after wedding invites are sent out that's NOT a mutual break-up. And McIlroy has a history of breaking hearts; he broke that of his High School sweetheart when he hooked up with Wozniacki. Uh oh, this boy might be trouble...
No word from Caroline yet but her Twitter profile picture is still of her and McIlroy on the golf course. Let's hope she's doing Ok.
Well apparently they had... and now it's off.
McIlroy released a statement explaining that he is not ready for marriage and has ended his relationship with the Danish tennis player.
World No.3 Stanislas Wawrinka has asked the ATP to officially call him 'Stan'.
Wawrinka’s manager, Lawrence Francopan, told the “Tages-Angzieger”, (Translated) “Stanislas is long and bulky in the written form, also not easy to pronounce. There was always confusion. Furthermore him anyway call all, ‘Stan the Man.’”
It's unclear whether Stan has changed his name in official documents, or just for tennis. Either way, it won't change much for most tennis fans!
Oh no! Victoria Azarenka announced today that she will miss Roland Garros due to a persistent foot injury.
"Unfortunately I will not be able to compete in Roland Garros this year. Working hard on my recovery & getting back on the court," she said on Twitter and Facebook.
Vika hasn't played since Indian Wells, and while we are excited about Roland Garros which starts this Sunday, it won't be the same without her.
Get better soon, Vika!
The couple that wins together stays together, right? Maybe! Grigor Dimitrov posted this picture to his Twitter page just days after he claimed the Bucharest title and Maria took home her third Stuttgart trophy. The couple have also gone a little car mad on their Twitters this week with Maria praising Porsche and Grigor Mercedes. Not gonna lie, I'm pretty jealous of them both!