Will I Encounter a Super Model Tonight?

Aug 23, 2011 by

Will Andy Roddick’s wife, SI swimsuit model Brooklyn Decker, grace us with her presence at the Winston-Salem Open tonight?  That question and many others will be answered as Old67 correspondents will be scouring the stands for other beautiful women and, if time permits, update you on the action from the courts.  The featured match will pit former number one ranked Andy Roddick against Edouard Roger-Vasselin of France.1   Also in action tonight, we will witness Donald Young’s doubles match immediately following Roddick on the Center Court.  If you prefer professional athletes who do not live up to their immense talent and display a shitty attitude, Donald Young is your man!  Court two will feature Ukraine’s Alexandr Dolgopolov2, a solid top twenty ranked player.  Though he will never win a major or settle in as a top five player, he will earn a nice living, travel the globe and date exotic women.

If you plan to head out to the courts this afternoon, you will not be disappointed.  The Winston-Salem Open is in full throttle with day session matches featuring James Blake, John Isner, and former top five Russian, Nikolay Davydenko3

Be sure to follow our ramblings on Twitter tonight at Old_67.  Check out the main site later in the week for our Gonzo-styled feature on the Winston-Salem Open as well as various other posts on sports, music, and pop culture.

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  1. Not sure who this is.
  2. A hobby of Dolgopolov is car racing.  That shouldn’t give his sponsors or coach any anxiety.
  3. Nikolay Davydenko and players on the 1919 Chicago White Sox have something in common.  In August of 2007, Peter Bodo of ESPN reported that Davydenko retired from a second-round match in Poland trailing Arguello in the third set, 6-2, 3-6, 1-2. It was a substantial upset for the No. 87-ranked Argentine, but it turned out that a number of people somehow saw it coming. Some $7 million — more than 10 times the usual amount wagered on a low-profile match — backed Arguello. More suspiciously, an hour before the match the odds swung in favor of Arguello, he went from a 6.0 long shot to a 1.51 favorite. Even after Davydenko won the first set money continued to pour in for Arguello.

 

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