Medvedev becomes a father

Clay lover

Hall of Fame
We could possibly clone some of our current players when the technology becomes available but we won't get the variety.
But even for clones the clone has to go through infancy. It's not like we can build an adult human using flesh and bones.
 

sportsfan1

Hall of Fame
We could possibly clone some of our current players when the technology becomes available but we won't get the variety.
Maybe, but that process isn't anywhere as much fun as the one to make baby humans. In fact a lot of times, the result is just the byproduct of people having fun, not even their original intention. Azarenka comes to mind here, although she didn't elaborate on the how. ;)
 

octobrina10

Talk Tennis Guru
I've seen her age listed as 26, 28 and 31 in articles all from this year. So who knows!
She is 12 days younger than her husband, they were born on 23 and 11 February 1996 respectively. Her maiden name was Daria Chernyshkova, she played tennis until age 17.
 
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