End of the week tennis cleverness (and one idea on Semenya)
In among this contention over Caster Semenya, I thought I'd take a three day weekend (well, sort of a day - despite everything I have ONE remark to make at the base of this post, I guarantee it's one). Furthermore, for the free day, here's a video I truly appreciated, of Novak Djokovic first copying and after that playing John McEnroe after his US Open triumph against Radek Stepanek an evening or two ago.
I've not been a tremendous aficionado of Djokovic, generally in light of the fact that he appears to be so testy and has that irritating propensity for dependence on his help box. Yet, it's extremely awesome to see tennis players (any games stars, so far as that is concerned), getting to be performers to include an incentive far beyond what they do on court or on track.
We've seen with Usain Bolt that one man can add immensely to the amusement estimation of a game. Jolt has taken sports to another level of excitement, and ideally that endures past his vocation. He's as of now propelled numerous others to 'copy', and afterward there was Berlino, and an incredible big showdowns, and all of a sudden games appeared to be energizing!
So underneath is Djokovic, well known for his pantomimes, giving a court-side meeting, at that point an impersonation of pundit John McEnroe, trailed by a couple of revitalizes with the American legend. It's a decent giggle, and a pleasant change from the fairly heavier points of late circumstances (in case you're getting this in an email, click here to go to the webpage and view it there - it might take some download time in case you're in South Africa)!
On court, the finals have been moved to Monday, on account of an entire washout yesterday. Federer, Djokovic and Nadal are for the most part still in, Nadal ending up with the test of playing three matches in three days to complete, while doing combating stomach wounds and questions over knee damage. It should create a captivating peak.