Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by oscar_2424, Jul 18, 2006.
ITF Women $10k Heraklion 2011
Don't know their names...
Dani training in Birmingham:
Everytime I see that forehead I think:
LOL. Another famous uber-forehead.
When did guys get so hung up on the expanse of a woman's forehead? I realize I grew up at a time when we were still cooking over hot rocks, but back in the day, the forehead didn't factor into the equation at all--unless it was like The Leader from the Incredible Hulk comics:
The lady in glasses looks nice.
^^ LoL at the last chick on the left's face.
Also, some of these chicks are wearing men shoes.
I love that pic of Dani H with the ball boy holding the umbrella. The expressions on their faces are priceless. :lol:
An FHM outtake.
Holy ****, The Sherminator sister won!! :shock:
Haha...I knew someone was going to say that when I posted that.
Anyhow, thanks always for your contribution to this forum.
Sitting suits her.
Petra Kvitova video I uploaded, very funny the concrete answers.
Good work, folks.
Awesome pic, really stunning
Haha this is quite funny....when I noticed pictures of the Heraklion 10k in Crete had been posted I wondered if my friend would feature in any of the photos lol...she did but I'm not saying which one lol
Sounds like a....Czech
My mom was a ranking US player for a very long time, and she only wore Men's shoes. She said; "Women's shoes are pretty, but if you play tennis, wear a man's shoe.
I train with some very serious girls, and they mostly wear from the men's line.
...and that chick in the glasses....very sexy. But I gotta' give 'best butt' to IB1B4U's post #28510. I doubt I could serve in Mixed if I played with her :shock:
Well I never said it was wrong to wear men shoes.. just stated you dont see it much... well, maybe you do, but I wouldnt know, I dont follow the WTA much.
They're wearing shoes? I never even noticed since I usually can't get passed their legs.
Serbia is love
^^ Serena?? looking good! .... is this a recent picture?
She posted it a few days ago on Twitter.
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