Just finished a hard week of training down at IMG academies in Bradenton, its nice to go back to my roots. Yesterday during my off day (nice off day) I had an amazing Cole Haan shoot and I got to spend the day with my super fun glam team. My long time hair stylist Adir is finally up on facebook, my fans should follow him for the latest and greatest in hair and beauty, he is a genius. www.facebook.com/AdirAbergel - Ok, enough about Adir!! Off to the Bahamas for another hard training week and an exho with Dulko!!
Last edited by Sharapovian : Apr 12th, 2011 at 07:07 PM.
Top players whose career winning percentages on clay are worse include the current No. 1 player in the world, Caroline Wozniacki, as well as Kim Clijsters, Serena and Venus Williams and Maria Sharapova, although Sharapova surprisingly has the best winning percentage on clay (78.6 percent) of anyone in the top 100. Not bad for a slugger who grew up on Florida hard courts and who once compared her movement on clay to a “cow on ice.”
FO seemed not so long ago... I still remember 'Day 2' of the Masha/JuJu match and how ZOMG! I/we got, and how I went out afterwards to get a Bacon and Egg McMuffin Combo from McDonalds, and it was such a cold morning.
__________________ Serena Williams: I'm going for team Sharapova 'coz she's hot CAREER GRAND SLAM.
Bring on all the pretenders. Someday, WE WILL BE REMEMBERED
Originally Posted by oliversmith
oudin is a great player she already beat maria i expect to do the same now
btw whos bolivia smith?
seriously, but I've got a feeling that Pova will be a much better natural surface player than a hardcourt one for the rest of her career. Clay gives her time to set up her shots and doesn't expose her movement so much and her flat hitting and attacking tennis always works well on grass. Here's hoping for a good clay-grass season then
Originally Posted by Chakbelle
Those DFs are like a tap but the washer is broken and Maksim doesnt have a wrench.
Originally Posted by Sp!ffy
Sharapova is so popular her owns fans have haters.