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Andrea Petkovic: What she said, really meant and definitely did not


Andrea Petkovic beim mit 75.000$ dotierten ITF...

What she said:

"If I feel like dancing, I dance. If I don’t feel like it, I don’t. I don’t care what other people say about me, so I guess that’s being me."

German Andrea Petkovic can dance but will or will not prance on court—whether you like it or not.

Petkovic said:

“Well, I just try, you know, to    I’m obviously very emotional, and I just try to live my emotions even if it’s negative.  Sometimes it’s positive.  I am I’m very free minded when it comes to this.”

What she really meant:

“Dancing under the New York stars—that’s my prerogative.”

What she definitely didn’t:

“Just call me twinkle toes. I’ve no left feet.”

 

Andrea Petkovic: What she said, really meant and definitely did not


U.S. Open Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009

What she said:

“I would be Jessica Alba and seduce all men.”

Andrea Petkovic believes that Jessica Alba is superhuman. The German tennis star answered as above when asked what super hero ability she would want.

What she really meant:

“Don’t tell anyone but I don’t buy into that WTA poster campaign Strong Is Beautiful’.

What she definitely didn’t:

“Tennis stars aren’t heroic?”

“Jessica Alba isn’t really Susan Storm, the Invisible Woman?”

Andrea Petkovic: What she said, really meant and definitely did not


Andrea Petkovic beim mit 75.000$ dotierten ITF...

What she said:

“If this was a hurricane, then I basically live in a constant tornado in Griesheim, Germany, where I live.”

Andrea Petkovic blogs that Hurricane Irene that hit New York city on Aug 28, 2011—the eve of the US Open— was a mere squall in comparison to the weather in her home town.

What she really meant:

“Much ado about nothing, in particular. Our matches haven’t been rescheduled, so it’s no big deal.”

What she definitely didn’t:

“I need lessons in English grammar, so that I don’t repeat the same word twice or more in a single sentence.”

 

Tennis Bytes: Barcelona,Julia Goerges and 2 year rankings


You  think that maybe he’s vulnerable , that maybe, just maybe, the challenge of Djokovic and the younger brigade is too much to push back; it’s just too much pressure to hold on but then along comes clay season, and Rafael Nadal rises to the occasion, undulating effortlessly to the top.

“You can’t touch me here, I float like a butterfly and sting like a bee” is what the Majorcan sings out, scything through the field like a knife through melted butter.

This Sunday, it was the Barcelona Open making it two out of two for the Spaniard on his favourite surface this year.

Once again, it was his compatriot David Ferrer who succumbed to the No. 1’s might.

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