Seeing as you guys enjoyed the post 10 Hottest Male Tennis Players so much here’s another one.
In the previous post Tennis Perspective praised the good form and phenomenal bodies of: Fernando Verdasco, Rafael Nadal, Feliciano Lopez, Novak Djokovic, Jo Wilfried Tsonga, Richard Gasquet, Tommy Robredo, Tomas Berdych, Tommy Haas and Roger Federer.
In no particular order here’s five of some of tennis’ other pretty boys. Read more
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Juan Martin del Potro has safely made his way to the semi finals of Indian Wells after Tommy Robredo, who was clearly injured in his match against Sam Querrey, withdrew. Robredo had limped across the finish line against Querrey before having some scans after the match which showed that he had torn a left adductor- the same injury (to the inner thigh muscles) that Rafa Nadal suffered in Australia.
Sadly for Tommy, a favourite of mine since I caught a train with him in Madrid, the MRI revealed that he would also be unable to play in Miami next week. Read more
Juan Martin del Potro is continuing to move forward, passing Philipp Kohlscreiber 7-6, 7-6 for a place in the quarterfinal of Indian Wells. After Philipp tried to fight back from a set and a break deficit, del Potro then being forced to fight when Philipp took a 6-1 lead in the tie break.
Juan Martin’s return to form is impressive for many different reasons. Not only did he have surgery on his wrist last year, a wrist that appears to be pretty stable, but he barely played a handful of tournaments and yet he doesn’t appear to be match weary. Read more
Tommy Robredo, last weeks Santiago winner, has started his campaign in Brasil with a 6-3, 6-7, 6-3 win over Fabio Fognini. Tommy has now beaten Fognini on the three occasions they’ve played each other. The win was also Tommy’s sixth consecutive win.
Robredo had a chance to close out the match in straight sets when he tried to serve for the set at 5-4 before he was broken by the Italian Stallion. Despite allowing Fognini back into the match, Tommy raced of to a 3-0 lead in the third set and managed to continue holding serve to take the match after two hours and 31 minutes.
Tommy Robredo has forced his way from behind to claim his tenth ATP title at the Movistar Open in Santiago, Chile, after he beat Colombian Santiago Giraldo 6-2, 2-6, 7-6. Read more
Tommy Robredo is looking to claim his tenth career title in Santiago, Chile on Sunday when he takes on Santiago Giraldo for the title after both players fought back from a set down to claim their finals spots. Read more
Roger Federer’s Australian Open draw is out and the defending champion faces Lukas Lacko in the first round before likely facing Gilles Simon in the second round.
Other players in his water are Albert Montanes, Sam Querrey, Tommy Robredo, Mardy Fish, Gael Monfils, Stanislas Wawrinka and Andy Roddick. Looking at the draw Federer should have no problem passing past these players. Read more
This year the top men’s players have been shaking their money makers in more ways than one. But who is the hottest? Take your pick from our top ten.
These men are selected from the most successful, most handsome and most media friendly group of tennis players from this season.
If you look at this years tennis coverage who have you seen the most of in non-sports articles… Fernando Verdasco and Rafael Nadal. Closely behind them in the ‘hot’ rankings, and in no particular order, include Tommy Haas, Novak Djokovic, Tomas Berdych, Tommy Robredo, Richard Gasquet, Roger Federer and Jo Wilfried Tsonga Read more