Most toddlers cannot lift a racket, let alone be coordinated enough to return balls. But take a look at this youngster. Though he can barely sit up, he seems to have no problems returning almost every ping-pong ball that is thrown at him.
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Novak Djokovic is not only the highest-ranked tennis player in the world, but also, one of the few with a great sense of humor. One of his most favorite things to do impersonate other players - His favorite? The stylishly elegant former women's champ, Maria Sharapova.
On June 26th, French artist/entertainer Jean-Pierre Blanchard, stunned the guests that had gathered for the annual Swiss Venture Award ceremony in Zurich, by painting a portrait of tennis superstar Roger Federer in four short minutes. What's even more amazing, is that he did it entirely from memory.
21-year old Agnieska Radwanska was having a good first round match at the 2011 Australian Open against Japan's Kimiko Date-Krumm, when something bizarre happened. Just two points shy of victory, the Polish player returned a shot, but along with the ball, also went the top half of the racquet!
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have competed on grass, clay and cement courts - But a water court? That has to be a first! However the tennis champions proved that if necassary, they could walk er play on water too!
This past week, Rafael 'Rafa' Nadal not only won his first U.S. Open, but also, entered the ranks of all time greats, by becoming only the seventh person in the history of tennis, to win all four Grand Slam tournaments - The Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and U.S. Open.
A few weeks ago, we brought you the amazing video of tennis whiz Roger Federer knocking a can off the head of a staff member - Not once, but two times. While nobody knows for sure whether that was a trick shot, the shots you are about to see, definitely aren't.
Tomorrow the amazing William sisters - Serena and Venus will face-off against one another in the Wimbeldon Finals - Again! This will be the fourth year in a row that audiences will be cheering for and against a member of the same family.