tuesday's short balls: murray still a kid, mcenroe still in the doghouse, anna still misses the limelight, etc.



Andy Murray’s just a kid: Sidelined Scot Andy Murray says he’d be a student if he wasn’t playing tennis. Fitting, since he doesn’t cook, doesn’t drive, and the most expensive thing he’s ever bought is his PS2. (via Daily Express)

Johnny Mac wants in: John McEnroe is still in the doghouse. It’s been twenty years since he had his honorary membership at Queen’s Club taken away for insulting the then chairman’s wife. Letters of apology have not helped resolve the issue. (via Telegraph)

A blog to watch: If you’re not reading Tennis Country, you might want to give it a shot.

Iva on Ivanovic The Sun-Sentinel tells us what Croatian (and ’97 French Open champ) Iva Majoli‘s been up to: she’s raising a kid, running a tennis academy, and is social SEWTA mentor to Ana Ivanovic.

Ana should make room for Anna: Interviews promoting her exhibition coinciding with TMS Canada reveal that Ms. Kournikova misses being center stage. She also admits not realizing how much attention was being thrown her way during her teenage pro years. (via The Toronto Star)

More on the Henin saga: SI.com’s S.L. Price gives us more details about Justine‘s past year.

Congrats to Nole and Kolya: The post-RG ATP rankings have been released, and Nikolay Davydenko is No. 3 (taking over Roddick‘s spot) and Novak Djokovic jumped up two places to No. 4. (via Fox Sports)

Yep, we have those pictures of Serena’s day at the beach: Click at your own risk! (via Daily Mail)

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