headstrong franky



Frank Dancevic seems to like Indianapolis, and we seem to like that bandana he’s wearing. Sporting American colors at The Indy Tennis Championships, the Canadian won a big battle in the quarterfinals, avenging his 2007 Indy final loss to looker Dmitry Tursunov 3-6, 7-6 (5), 6-2.

The Canadian drove to the tournament with his girlfriend last week, as he did in ’07 when he was a finalist. Maybe this time the headwear will spur him all the way to the top of the medal stand. We sure hope so.

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In a white, striped Fila polo looked great with bright red shorts. But how can you not love that bandana? His long locks are tucked in nicely, and Frank seems to be playing with confidence knowing he won’t be blinded by all that humidity-induced sweat.

(photo via getty images)

Comments

  1. It’s actually an off-white shirt with with vertical stripes http://shop.fila.com/us/eng/men/tops/detail/U90290 like Borg favored when not under the Wimbledon white restriction.

    By the way, what a waste of a nice design on Tursunov’s widely spaced horizontal stripe Fila shirt. It is made so baggy (I ordered and returned it) that Dimitri appears to be wearing a size small, which then makes it too short.

  2. god he’s hot.

  3. Love it. Indy is my adopted hometown! We sure miss the ATP stop here.

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