The Russian made a name for herself for being a tennis player, if not an incredibly successful tennis player. Though she never even reached the final of a Grand Slam tournament, she may be the most recognizable face in the women’s game this decade.
She’ll reportedly be leading the contestants on The Biggest Loser on some sort of tennis challenge. If they all follow her lead, they’ll learn exactly how to lose in the quarterfinals.
The episode will air on Oct. 5.
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“Yeah, check sat at my house for a couple weeks before I cashed it. I was weighing my options about what I should do. … ‘Do you want to take this? Do you want to commit yourself to playing a 3-4 [defense]?'”
–Albert Haynesworth, to ESPN, on his indecision over cashing his $21 million bonus check
This Yankees fan hates the “payroll argument” almost as much as he hates misplaced homonyms.
“Ummm, it’s not a ‘Billion Dollar’ salary, it’s just the one salary above yours. And… it’s ‘fair’, not FARE. And please. When Tampa kicked your pathetic sorry butts in 2008 that was MORE THAN ‘FARE’ and proved money isn’t everything. NY had that 9 year drought, you’ll recall. No titles with ‘thier’ “Billion Dollars”… Boston vs. Colorado wasn’t really ‘fare’ was it??”
If you’re familiar with the Double Rainbow Guy, then you’ll probably laugh out loud at this video. If you’re not familiar, you might laugh harder.
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