Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by oscar_2424, Jul 18, 2006.
Her really eyes here...
I don't stop very much in her eyes....
Roger and Genie
Is it me or does she look 40+ years old?
What is wrong with the skin on her neck?
She is incredibly fit- i cant think of a better "body" not too muscular to lose being feminine
Kerber v. Pironkova
It's been a hot day in Melbourne. Any pics of girls practising with no shirt on?
AO party... Vania, Galina & Alizee
Elina, Galina, Kiki
Seems like Victoria is a little bit taller than suggested on WTA website (183 cm - probably closer to 185-186) she's same height with Federer and Nadal (185) lol and Eugénie seems shorter than 178 cm and much closer to Sam (174-175).
Coincidentally, I have the same image on my hard drive and her eyes are more green in my image.
This is a very common artifact. There's variation in color calibration in different applications (and computers).
Thanks for posting those pics of JJ.
Rash. I'd love to rub some ointment on it.
Ah, the life of a tennis player. So much sun exposure. I wish each and every one of them takes skin protection seriously. There's debate from some people as to whether sunscreen really works (I'm not one of them). I see tan lines on some players that suggests they can't be using much of anything -- headed for alligator skin in their later years. :cry:
Rash or no rash, JJ is pretty.
Well, Roger and Rafa are pushing their heads forward, which reduces their apparent height, whereas Vika has her neck fully upright, the position you'd be in if you wanted your height measured accurately.
I can't believe it !!!
NIKE sure loves to cut their skirts low.. :lol:
True. There are lots of beautiful girls in tennis. But sometimes, you don't want to look too closely. Some of these gals look 10 or more years older than their actual age.
I'll post an(other) example shortly. Here it is, from page 2227. Only 26, safarova looks far older.
I've used specific brands of sunscreen and recommended them and they definitely work. The dangers are vastly over-stated. Any toxicologist will tell you that dosage is critical. After all, drinking too much water can kill you too. In normal application, sunscreen to my knowledge, is completely safe, and some brands are very effective.
I think this deserves another viewing! :grin:
We miss you dear Makiri...
I prefer red lips....
I have envy....
Well yes for true...
However, I was just remembering certain critics on certain forums at the time the WTA had updated Victoria's height saying that she wasn't as tall as that. She's probably just 2-3 cm shorter than them...
Well, I understand though that certain postures in this picture doesn't really allow a clear view.
who is this with the german shepherd ? is this a player or your wife ?
I won't use any names, but it makes me feel bad to see players, especially ones from previous generations, who are clearly affected by this occupational hazard. Of course, most of the people we see on the tour are well-to-do and have seen the world, and a migrant farm worker reading this ought to feel indignation over a lament about the plight of a tennis player. But in a forum about beauty....
Not to mention the health risk.
I'm Black and I use sunscreen every day. I just hope players do so religiously Especially my beloved Jelena Jankovic. On the legs too!
The 2 other pics are dead. Thanks for posting this.
wow that picture of Serena ^^^^^^^ No wonder she is so powerful.
Heidi El Tabakh
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