The French Open is winding down, but the behind-the-scenes action is still hot. While many top players are happily coupled with civilians, like Rafael Nadal, many more are cruising the insular world of pro tennis for love—it's a hotbed of hookups, breakups, and salty euphemisms about forehands.
Pro athletes have been having a rough time of it in the media lately. We hear a lot about guys behaving badly: roughing up women, breaking the law, going to jail. But those are the exceptions. Most pro athletes are good guys who work hard and take care of their families. And some really go above and beyond the call of duty. Here, we'll take a look at five of the nicest guys in pro sports.
Roger Federer and wife Mirka reportedly used Facebook to announce the birth of their twin girls this morning...but we thought they were expecting a boy? YourTango's Celebrity Love blog has the story.
While watching Top Chef Masters on Bravo last night, we thought it was important to note the surprising appeal of Hubert Keller. And, we're not typically gaga for older men, but there was just something about Keller's ease in the kitchen that made our hearts beat a little faster. And we're pretty sure it was just the professional cooking job that did it to us. However, it got us to thinking: what other professions make us go weak in the knees?
Tennis ace Andy Roddick is following his ex-flame Mandy Moore into matrimonial bliss, according to People magazine. The celebration of his marriage to his girlfriend of two years, model Brooklyn Decker, is scheduled to last two days near his home in Austin, Texas, this weekend. "We feel lucky to have found one another," Roddick told People when the couple got engaged last year. Roddick and Decker met when he saw her picture in a magazine and asked his agent to introduce them, which we hear is also how Antony and Cleopatra first made the magic happen.