Eugenie did it

reno cool

leave well enough alone
#75
I realize the colonial culture dominates, but some of those archaic drudgeries, you'd think, would be embarrassing by now.

btw, no need to ban anything. It's more a question of who and why pushes various shit, and whether that should be resisted
 

RogueJuror

ode to my socks
#80
I realize the colonial culture dominates, but some of those archaic drudgeries, you'd think, would be embarrassing by now.

btw, no need to ban anything. It's more a question of who and why pushes various shit, and whether that should be resisted
cricket is the most colonial of all sports, they still play it in Rhodesia ffs and whities been out of there for 40 years
 
#81
There is a new up-and-coming name in Canadian tennis y'all.

Denis Shapovalov

After reaching the semis of the Rogers Cup (Canadian Open) - and lifting his ranking from ~150 to 69 -he qualified for the U.S. Open - and just beat 8th seed Joe-Willie Tsonga to advance to to the third round.

It does not hurt him that he has about a hundred times as much personality as Milos Raonic.

18 years old.



Meanwhile, Eugenie did NOT do it. Again.
 

Mudcat

solid jive
#83
Shapovalov playing his third round match later today against the 40-somethingth seed.


Here he is hitting an umpire in the face :handshake:


[video=youtube;N_Cvfx9Jl0E]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_Cvfx9Jl0E[/video]
 

Mudcat

solid jive
#85
He's still going.

:ohmy:

Injuries and upsets have characterized the 2017 U.S. Open. The tournament began without injured stars like Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic, and now the highest seed left in Shapovalovs side of the draw is No. 12 Pablo Carreo Busta, Shapovalovs next opponent.


Holy shit. He's going to win it all.

:ohmy: