Check out this hilarious video by the WTA where they asked the players on the green carpet if they can dance and then who they wanted to dance with inside the player's party. Caroline Wozniacki bragged that she can break it down so hard that she would get a round of applause, while Ana Ivanovic shyly said she might do a "little girl bootie shake" with her friend and date for the night Sorana Cirstea. Of course, most of the ladies wanted to dance with Rafael Nadal. Do you think he obliged and filled up his dance card? To find out, just click PLAY! Enjoy!
Entries in WTA (74)
I met Robin for the first time at a pre-US Open Nike event featuring Serena Williams. I was trying to vie for a spot close to the stage when I felt someone's camera tap my cheek from behind, (the nerve!) but before I could turn around and rip into the person that was invading my personal space I heard, "Sorry if my camera tickled you" in an English accent, and my less than honorable intentions, (I was having a bad day) melted away on the spot.
I have only chatted with Robin in person twice, but from those two times I am convinced that he is the guy that other guys aspire to be and that girls fawn over. He is reminiscent of a cross between Ryan Gosling and Danny Zuko; fashionable but masculine (he rocks pink shorts yet is a professional BMX rider), confident but not conceited, charming but not pretentious, and did I mention that he has an English accent?
Caroline Wozniacki will end the season as Number 1 in the world for the second consecutive year. There was a battle between Wozniacki and Maria Sharapova for the number 1 ranking at the WTA Championships in Istanbul, but because Maria had to withdraw from the event due to an ankle sprain, Caro locked down the top spot which she has held for 54 weeks this year, losing it only once in February to Kim Clijsters.
After her match yesterday, Caroline posed with the No. 1 Trophy and when I saw this picture all I could think was, "Forget the trophy, I want that watch!"
Photo: Getty Images
Here is your backstage pass to the Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams photoshoot for the WTA "Strong is Beautiful" Campaign. Both women look absolutely stunning! Enjoy!
There was a lot of strange happenings this week in Canada: torrential rain, broken lights, and seeds dropping like it was the end of times, however, the players shrugged off the mess that had become Rogers Cup and seemed to be having a fabulous time in the beautiful city of Toronto. The WTA hands down creates the best videos to highlight their players, and this one is no exception. Enjoy!
Whoa! momma. Daniela Hantuchova looks absolutely stunning as she poses for her 2012 calendar. She's pretty darn good at tennis, but if she wanted to change careers, I'm pretty sure there is a catwalk with her name on it. Enjoy!
Lefty Petra Kvitova won her first Major title defeating Maria Sharapova quietly at Wimbledon in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4. (See ladies you don't need to shriek to get good results.) Petra is a shy and reserved young woman, but when she claimed match point with an ace I still expected all of the tension simmering under the surface to come out in a huge burst of emotion, yet her fall to the grass was almost unnaturally calm.