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The Lost Art of Tennis. From Jenny / Dee. Thanks.

Posted by tennisplanet on August 13, 2010


The Lost Art of Tennis

A nice article about Roger Federer and Michael Llodra.


Love the way Llorda and Fed exchanged their shirts. “I don’t know where my head was when I chose pink, but I like it, you know?” Federer said later.

Click here.


10 Responses to “The Lost Art of Tennis. From Jenny / Dee. Thanks.”

  1. wuiches said

    thanks Jen great article, can’t believe only just 3 players have asked Rodge for shirt exchanging!!

  2. Sol said

    Thank you ladies. It was indeed a very entertaining match. Loves seeing them both smile. And Fed did lose his focus while serving for the set, so I’m glad he doesn’t want to act like a clowm on court all the time.

    And, about the shirt exchange, one of those 3 players who asked Fed for his shirt is Nadal:

  3. Bettyjane said

    Thanks ladies, another match I wish I could have seen.

  4. Jenny said

    You’re welcome! It was a nice match in so many ways, beautiful tennis, I just wish these guys were younger.

  5. sperry said

    Jenny…thanks for a nice, fun article.

  6. Bjornino said

    The “pink” comment is proof that the picture TP posted a while ago with Fed in pink outfit is not photoshopped ^^

    • Jenny said

      I’ve just seen a pic of Feliciano Lopez posing [a casual fan shot] wearing a pink t-shirt in front of Niagara Falls last week. It seems pink is today’s colour for some of these gents. Someone e-mailed the Sky pundits last week, apparently in the 19th century it was pink for guys and blue for girls!

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