After receiving a warning about swearing in the second set of his fourth-round match at Wimbledon, Nick Kyrgios stopped caring.
Richard Gasquet hit an overhead winner to end a 56 second-long point with Grigor Dimitrov in their French Open second round match today. Gasquet promptly threw up his banana and Dimitrov fell to the ground with a severe leg cramp. Dimitrov never quite recovered; Gasquet would take the next three sets.
Roger Federer dropped his third round Italian Open match, 4-6, 7-6 (2), 7-6 (4), to Richard Gasquet yesterday. "I definitely feel I should never have lost this match," Federer said afterwards. "I just couldn't come up with the shots." This one, of all shots, he came up with.
Two more sports have been hit by positive drug tests. Shockingly, one of them isn't cycling.
You might remember tennis player Richard Gasquet's loud proclamations that he does not like doing it with dudes. Fair enough. But it now appears Mr. Gasquet is in serious danger of protesting too much.
Roger Federer, staving off a surprising surge from longtime rival Rafael Nadal, won his fifth consecutive Wimbledon yesterday. (His first Wimbledon win was over that idiot on that dumb NBC reality show, by the way.) But the real winner wasn't Federer, but semifinalist Richard Gasquet, who finally batted down those…