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Old 07-05-2012, 08:26 AM   #1036
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Oh dear, finally we have it, proof of his hair cut addiction

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by Sarah Edworthy
Tuesday 3 July 2012

Congratulations to Suzanne Strong, who is celebrating her 30th anniversary as official Championships Hairdresser. Her salon is not just a world of snips and styling; her appointments book is a radar screen of player confidence and form. Arguably there is no one more attuned to the moods of the players than the person who tends their tresses – and the breaking news is that Novak Djokovic has booked in for a second haircut in as many days. That can only mean one thing: he feels he is on a winning streak.

“The men tend to be frightened of having too much off in the first place, and after we’ve cut their hair, they might ask for a second cut. But for Djokovic to come back after two days, that is more to do with his superstition. He only ever wants a tiny bit off to keep his look consistent. He has very strong, coarse hair and, because it sticks up naturally, he would notice growth quickly – but definitely not in two days!”
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Oh dear, finally we have it, proof of his hair cut addiction
Okay two haircuts in a few days? Time for an intervention!
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If it's going to help him feel more calm on the court, don't care if it's a haircut every morning
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Didn't he say he doesn't have any superstitions?Liar pants on Fire Nole
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Freak of nurture
How Novak Djokovic harnessed the untapped powers of his body

July 11, 2012
By Eli Saslow
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To scale the summit of men's tennis, Novak Djokivic first had to believe in his body.


IT'S A COVETED day off in the middle of a tournament that will last two weeks and require him to play more than 20 hours of tennis, and Novak Djokovic is jogging into the Paris heat for his third workout of the day. He has already finished a morning hit-around. He has already stretched, drunk his recovery fluids, visited with a trainer, received a massage, talked about strategy with his coach and performed his yoga. Now comes another 90-minute practice on the red clay of Roland Garros, where Djokovic has arrived in late May with a chance to become the first man in 43 years to win four straight grand slams.

He is accompanied on the practice court by a group he refers to, always, as the Team-middle-aged men in sunglasses and hats emblazoned with the Djokovic logo who stand on the baseline with their arms crossed, watching to make sure no moment is wasted during this third training session on an off-day. A fitness trainer monitors Djokovic's footwork. A physiotherapist gauges his breathing. A manager, working his BlackBerry, schedules another practice for later in the week. A hitting partner lobs topspin backhands to mimic the next day's opponent. His coach, Marian Vajda, placing a water bottle in the corner of the server's box, tosses Djokovic a ball and tells him to take aim at the target set up across the net.

"Hit it and we're done?" Djokovic asks.

"No," Vajda says. "First you hit it five times."

Djokovic tosses the ball into the air, serves and misses. Vajda feeds him another ball. He rolls it over in his hand and bounces it against the court seven times. Serve ... miss. Serve ... miss. The pattern repeats, the Serb trying to hit a ball 125 mph at a four-inch target 60 feet away and missing by mere inches. But inches determine points, and points determine matches, and matches determine careers. The Team starts to fidget on the baseline. Vajda tosses another ball. Djokovic kicks the clay off his shoes and shakes his head.

"Relax. You're doing great!" yells a fan, watching from the stands.

For the first time all practice, Djokovic turns away from the court and surveys the scene around him. A crowd of at least 500 has packed into four rows of bleachers, choosing to watch a practice instead of one of the 12 matches currently unfolding in this first week of the French Open. Teenagers are climbing up a camera tower for a better view, ushers are scurrying after them, and on an adjacent court, the chair umpire of an actual match has stopped play in the fourth set to ask the practice crowd to be quiet.

Djokovic turns back to the court and calls for another ball. "I can't ever relax," he says to the fan, smiling, his eyes focused on the target.


WHAT DOES IT take to become the best when your competition is already the best ever?

That's the question of sports in the 21st century, the age of superlatives, when the fittest athletes train harder than ever before, aided by the smartest tactics, the most money and the best equipment. Marathoners lower the world record every few years. Golfers launch drives so far as to render courses obsolete. Football players weigh more and move faster.

But no sport has advanced in the past decade like men's tennis, where a rivalry among three once-in-a-generation players has accelerated the game's evolution. First Roger Federer, then Rafael Nadal, now Djokovic -- progression in the form of a battle royal. "It could end up that these are the three best players of all time," says Chris Evert, who won 18 grand slams. They hit with enough topspin to swing as hard as they want. They defend well enough to retrieve shots that were once certain winners. Entering Wimbledon, they'd won 28 of the past 29 slams and along the way created a version of the game unrecognizable to those who once played it best. "My ass would get kicked so fast and so hard," says Ivan Lendl, the No. 1-ranked player through much of the 1980s.

"The level of play is mind-boggling," says John McEnroe, commentating for NBC during a recent match. "I'm still trying to figure out how these guys do it."

Here's how: In his rise to the top of his sport, Djokovic has turned himself into a case study of what it now requires to be No. 1. Every detail is crucial. Every angle is considered. Every moment a chance to gain an incremental edge.

His food is gluten-free. His drinks are a combination of half a dozen vitamins and minerals. His sleep sometimes comes in a hyperbaric chamber. His reading material is about body awareness and mindfulness. His stress is tested using a biofeedback device. His water is lukewarm during matches because cold fluid idles too long in the stomach. His free time is, in fact, "recovery time," arranged by a professional scheduler. His celebratory beer in the locker room after winning a tournament is just that -- a single beer, a reward meant to entice performance.
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His team of trainers and coaches travels with him 11 months each year. They sign confidentiality agreements that forbid them from discussing details of their work, because secrets are powerful, and power feeds greatness.

"In our sport now, there can be no room for weakness," Djokovic says. "You look for small advantages. Every shot has to be a weapon."


NOT LONG AGO, even the very best players possessed only a few weapons. There were big serve-and-volleyers like Pete Sampras and Boris Becker, great returners like Andre Agassi, artful net players like McEnroe and relentless baseliners like Jimmy Connors and Bjorn Borg. Their games were defined by strengths but also by weaknesses. "It was, 'Can I take advantage of this guy's soft spot again and again?'" says Patrick McEnroe, who played professionally in the '80s and '90s before coaching the U.S. Davis Cup team. "Now with these guys, you can't find the soft spots, and sometimes they barely exist."

Almost every player in the ATP top 10 travels with a full-time fitness coach and a trainer. Everyone can serve ... and return ... and volley ... and chase down angled shots that look like clean winners ... and generate enough power while stretching for a ball on a dead sprint to send those shots back with heavy topspin. "It takes five winners to finish one point," says Janko Tipsarevic, the No. 8 player in the world entering Wimbledon and Djokovic's best friend on tour. "One point now seems like a full workout." Rallies stretch for 20 or more shots. Matches can take five hours. The modern professional tennis calendar lasts almost 11 months.

Tournaments test players for steroids and other banned substances, but within the rules, they continue to pursue a physical edge by experimenting with all else imaginable. Some players build ice baths in their homes or travel to tournaments with oxygen tents. Others consult regularly with sports psychologists and nutritionists. Others go through elaborate warmup routines with gigantic rubber bands.

"You've got to be like an iron man in the triathlon," says Brad Gilbert, a former top-10 player who later coached Agassi for eight years. "Your heart rate has to go up to the sky, come down in a second and then go right back up. And somehow you have to psychologically convince yourself to suffer like that for six hours."

Indeed, few professional sports are so unforgiving of mental weakness, and the best players persevere by finding unshakable faith in something. Federer believes in his own superiority -- in the simple fact that he's destined for greatness. When he set the all-time record for grand slam titles, in 2009, he walked onto the court at Wimbledon in a monogrammed jacket with gold trim and then changed after the match into another jacket imprinted with the number of majors he had won. He sometimes travels without a coach, because who could teach him? He never grunts when he plays, because doing so would convey effort. Instead, he sits during changeovers and stares contentedly at the crowd, smiling, like an office worker enjoying his unhurried lunch break. His practices are relatively short but methodical. After matches, he says things like, "I don't play doubles often, but when I do, I tend to win." Or "I have a great record against anybody right now, so it doesn't matter who I play in the final." He doesn't mean to sound cocky when he says these things so much as matter-of-fact. He is the greatest player ever. The fate of every match rests in his control, because if he performs well, he will win. This is what he believes.

Nadal believes in routine -- in an obsessive succession of actions before every point that drives opponents crazy and keeps him sane, because the routine has worked for him thousands of times and therefore will work again. He straightens his socks and pulls them up as high as they go. He adjusts his shirt and then his shorts. He cleans clay off the baseline with his feet, stomping the dirt like a bull pacing the ring. He bounces the ball exactly 11 times before he serves. He refuses to step on the lines while walking onto and off the court. He spends changeovers sifting anxiously through his tennis bag, jiggling his knees, making sure everything is in its place. His practice schedule is a daily six-hour marathon of warmups and cooldowns. Adhering to the routine clears his mind. It offers a certainty that tennis does not. "It means I am focused," he says.

And then there is Djokovic, a man who spent the first several years of his career defined not by fitness but by fruitlessness -- a spindly baseliner from war-torn Serbia who performed silly impressions of players and deferred most major career decisions to his uncle, Goran. He was always a flexible player, with a two-handed backhand that could turn defensive shots into winners, yet from 2007 to 2009, his ranking idled at No. 3. He looked drained whenever a match required four sets. He quit in the middle of four grand slam matches and requested to see the trainer more than any other player on tour. "Cramp, bird flu, anthrax, SARS, common cough and cold," said Andy Roddick, sarcastically guessing at Djokovic's latest ailment late in 2008. Federer was even more blunt. "I think he's a joke, you know, when it comes down to his injuries," he said.


IF DJOKOVIC struggling to find a foundation for belief, it came one afternoon in 2010 with a random phone call from a stranger who knew nothing about tennis.

That January, Dr. Igor Cetojevic and his wife were flipping through channels on their TV in Cyprus when they stumbled across coverage of the Australian Open. Djokovic was playing against big-serving Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the quarterfinals. Cetojevic, a Serbian soccer fan, knew nothing about the technical aspects of tennis and didn't consider himself a fan. But his wife liked the sport and Djokovic was his countryman, so he stopped for a few minutes to watch.

Djokovic had played well in the first three sets, winning two of them, and appeared poised to close out the match. Then, early in the fourth set, his breathing became labored, and his pace slowed. He called for a trainer. He leaned against the net between points. Tsonga seized momentum and ran away with the match. The television commentators blamed asthma.

"This is not asthma," Cetojevic said as he watched.

Cetojevic had spent the prior 20 years practicing alternative theories of medicine -- acupuncture, biofeedback, Chinese holistic medicine and magnetotherapy -- and knew that asthma symptoms were usually at their worst in the morning. This match was being played at night, under ideal weather conditions, and Djokovic had performed without problem for the first three sets. Cetojevic suspected Djokovic's breathing issue resulted from an imbalance in his digestive system -- particularly an accumulation of toxins in his large intestine. From a couch in Cyprus, he made his diagnosis.

"I think I can help him," he told his wife.

He reached out to Djokovic through a series of mutual contacts, and they met for the first time that July at a Davis Cup match in Croatia. Cetojevic explained that he wanted to help Djokovic with the "physical, mental, emotional and spiritual." Djokovic agreed to an initial evaluation, and the doctor checked his pulse and recorded his eating habits. He connected the straps of a biofeedback device to Djokovic's wrists and forehead to measure stress, environmental toxins, brainwaves and food allergies. He told Djokovic his body was sensitive to gluten and dairy and suggested some basic dietary changes.

A few days later, Djokovic met again with Cetojevic. He was already feeling better, he said, and he wanted Cetojevic to join the Team. "I will follow your instructions," he told the doctor.

For the next year, Cetojevic traveled everywhere with Djokovic and advised him on everything. "He had no idea how to eat," Cetojevic explained, and so he told him. No more cookies or pizza, even if he had grown up grabbing a few slices each day from his family's pizza parlor in Serbia. No more watching TV or playing video games while eating, because it kept him from being "present with his food." No more heavy meals with big portions of meat; he would eat lightly cooked vegetables and rice instead. No more sugary snacks during matches when he could have natural fruit bars. He instructed Djokovic to bless his food and to start every day with herbal tea before eating gluten-free cereal with fresh berries and nuts. And just in case Djokovic was tempted to waver from the routine, Cetojevic often made the meals himself.

Already skinny, Djokovic began to lose weight. "Some people around him were alarmed," Cetojevic says, "but I encouraged them to be patient knowing that, in time, his body would start to function better."

Meanwhile, Cetojevic continued to help Djokovic with the mental parts of his game through daily exercises ranging from the traditional to the obscure: emotional counseling, color therapy, meditation, visualization. Cetojevic provided Djokovic with reading material, asking him to regularly read through The Four Agreements, a book by a New Age spiritualist about looking inward to attain happiness and peace. Cetojevic thought the book would resonate with Djokovic in his rivalries with Federer and Nadal. "He was focusing on their strength and power and losing his center," Cetojevic says. "I helped him focus on his inner strength."
Congratulating Djokovic during the trophy ceremony at the U.S. Open, Nadal told him, "What you did this year is probably impossible to repeat."
If members of the Team remained suspicious, they were soon encouraged by Djokovic's convincing results. He was faster, with increased stamina, his body recovering more quickly between matches. He stopped retiring from matches. When he did make mistakes, he broke his habit of looking back at his coaches' box with wide-eyed desperation, instead closing his eyes and taking deep breaths. He beat Federer in five sets at the U.S. Open in 2010, overcoming two match points.

Suddenly the rout was on: He won 43 consecutive matches and 10 titles in 2011 -- beating Nadal in six of those finals, including at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. By the middle of the year, he'd attained the No. 1 ranking. It was among the most dominating years in the history of modern men's tennis. Congratulating Djokovic during the trophy ceremony at the U.S. Open, Nadal told him, "What you did this year is probably impossible to repeat."

Cetojevic attended most of the significant matches, but he rarely focused on the tennis. "If I was asked the results of the match, I would not be able to tell you," he says. "I wasn't watching where the ball was going. I was watching the player's body language."

Djokovic thanked Cetojevic at a 2011 news conference, calling him "the great doctor." He went on to explain his transformation. "I learned to believe," he said.


BELIEF IS A powerful force. It can carry a man far. By June, Djokovic's belief had carried him to Paris -- through all of those long clay matches and off-day workouts to the final of the French Open, the one major tournament he had yet to win, to a date with the most feared pairing of foe and venue in tennis.

Having vanquished Federer in the semifinals, Djokovic would face off against Nadal. The match seemed almost predestined -- the best player in the sport against the best ever on clay, a man trying to complete a historic grand slam against a man trying to win his record seventh French Open. Nadal had yet to lose a set at Roland Garros in 2012 and had lost just once at the French Open during his career. He had built his game for the relentlessness of clay, on which grinding rallies often benefit the player who is faster, fitter and willing to suffer more.

If Djokovic had played Sisyphus for two years, this, at last, was the peak of his mountain. Before the final, Djokovic called it the "ultimate challenge," a referendum on his obsessive preparation. Did he have the physical stamina to outlast Nadal on clay? The mental strength to equal Nadal's intensity? The belief?

The match began in a steady drizzle that made the clay court even slower than usual. What had promised to be a war of attrition would now be a slog of attrition. Nadal ran down Djokovic's best shots, returning them deep into the court with heavy topspin. In the first set, Djokovic clapped for Nadal in appreciation. By the second, he was slamming his racket against his chair during a changeover. By the third, down two sets to love, he was looking up at the Team in the player's box, shrugging as if to say, What does it take to win a point? One rally alone lasted 44 shots, the longest point of the tournament, with Djokovic scrambling from side to side and hitting masterful ground strokes on the dead sprint until, finally, Nadal dumped his 16th backhand into the net. Djokovic bent over to catch his breath, desperate for a break, and asked a ball boy for a towel. Nadal went into his ready position on the baseline, shaking the sweat out of his hair and glaring across the court, daring Djokovic to play that same point again and again.

Instead, Djokovic took wild chances to end points with winners, aiming for the lines and missing too often. He made 53 unforced errors. He hit his racket against his head. On match point, his nerves already undone, he sent both serves long and double-faulted. The television announcers gasped. Djokovic looked up at the sky in wide-eyed disbelief. The Team sat in silence as the crowd erupted. The final score: 6-4, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5.

As Nadal ran into the stands to celebrate with his family, Djokovic sat alone on the court, his eyes on Nadal, as if collecting motivation for the months ahead. "Everything in life is a lesson," he later said.

Djokovic stood through the trophy ceremony and then walked off the court, where the Team was waiting for him. The coach talked strategy. The physiotherapist massaged his legs. The manager scheduled another practice on his BlackBerry. Djokovic had exhausted every strategy he knew, but now he vowed to do more. Wimbledon was only a few weeks away, followed by the Olympics, followed by the U.S. Open, followed by two more months of events, followed by a few weeks "off" that would not be off by any sense of the word, followed by another season, nearly 11 months long, and another after that. Every detail counted. Every moment was a chance to prepare.

For the No. 1 player in the world, this was no time to relax. There is never a time to relax.
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3:0 in favor of Masha. Sharapova beat Djokovic - and not just in tennis



FIRST SET. TENNIS VICTORY

[...] - What is doing this Serbian guy? - Masha interested.
- Yes, that's lost his Wimbledon title after the first racket of the world and decided to raise me to train, - Maria laughed in reply and already seriously adds: - In fact, today we are going to him in the shooting of commercials to participate, so he drove here early to work, and even a little bit.
The appearance of the King of Tennis parody of a prankster pranksters and just one of the best players in the world forced to regret the absence of on-court television, because the human brain can not remember all the jokes, which generates Djokovic. However, Maria was trying not to give him.
- You do something in the grass when you last played? - Sharapova laughs after the first unsuccessful attack Novak, who asked Mary to stretch it.
- With Wimbledon did not play! - Serb shouting on the other hand the site.
- This is a very, very much! - Sharapova meets her killer right cross, forcing Djokovic humiliating to stretch into a useless string.
Joking aside, you can see how Novak begins to wind up in earnest. An athlete, a winner! And the workout now and then transformed into violent exchange of blows. The fact that things took a serious turn, shows the absolute silence around the courts: the Russian team interrupted the work, and with bated breath, watching the scene in "mixed discharge." When will you see such a unique mini-game?
- You, the girls I know love these podrezochki - even running up to the ball, Djokovic manages to insert his "Joke» (joke - «a joke" (in English).. - Ed.). - And we have this here so cope!
Novak powerful forwards the ball back, but in response to a flash gets hit with such force that stop him and could not Federer's best years.
Fiasco, whose impression of Djokovic immediately tries to mix the next play - a picturesque falls, stretching on the court during his entire 188-centimeter length. 1-0 in our favor!
- Well, you're cool hacked ... - Sparring partner, Maria, Vladimir Volchkov still does not seem to tennis away from lung shock.
- Ha! - Only cried Mary, passed to his bench.


SECOND SET. VICTORY FLIRTOVAYA

Djokovic Djokovic would not be if, losing on the court, there is no attempt to rehabilitate beyond.
- Are you in good shape! - a veiled attack launched from a distance on duty compliment.
- Thank you - smiling Sharapova.
- I've been watching you on the ground and had a fantastic season, won the "Roland Garros", right?
- Yes, - Maria is in no hurry to get involved in this word game begins to resemble a banal interview.
- You once learned a new move on the clay, began to slip, perhaps?
- Something like that.
- Hey, well, sin is not to be photographed with a man, can I?
- Go ahead!
After receiving permission to the highest, Jock frantically pulls out his bag cell, passes it to his masseur and sits next to Sharapova on the bench.
- Done! - Shouts "photographer".
- Take your time, old chap, do not! You've probably got something there mild. Try to do a couple more shots, play angles. Haste in this case has never brought up to no good! - saying that, Novak is getting closer and closer pressed to Mary, and finally embraces her.
- All photo shoot is over! - Mary amid general laughter jumps out of the embrace of Serbian, but Novak is not far behind.
- No, well you look, what frames? - with the phone at the ready, he again ran up to Sharapova. - Do you like it like that?
- Well ... this one is nice - gag in response to Masha.
- Yes, but I'm here with my eyes closed ... Although, once you like it, now will send it to your phone, what have you got room? - conspire Djokovic was exposed!
- Sir, the numbers will not, Det! - Not for one second kupivshis this pathetic ploy Maria takes her bag and leaves Nowak with nothing. 2-0!


THIRD SET. VICTORY CINEMATOGRAPHIC

[...] And Sharapova was on the afternoon of a very different but no less difficult to unaccustomed work - shooting video in the advertising company - producer of rackets. Well, because her partner was Djokovic, it's already funny movie on the story behind the scenes turned into a real stand-up comedy.
Subjects actually had even two. In the first Novak and Mary practiced in interrupting tennis balls from one side of the river to the other. Serb boast its miraculous stroke, but Marie closes the first time its result. Puzzled Djokovic remains on the lawn of one of the words "yes, it looks like I need more practice." Then, admittedly, Djokovic was on top. It is more often interrupted by Masha balls to the opposite shore. Machine is plunk down more balls in the river and swam to a string of her bukingemshirskuyu unknown.
Then we could say that Novak did soak-through Saturday confrontations with Sharapova, but that this was set tie-break - that is the second story. For Djokovic it initially had a difficult life. He stands with outstretched arms, holding his head in a tin can of tennis balls. On the contrary - Sharapova, who agrees to bring down a bank in the manner of Robin Hood. According to the scenario Maria misses and fatal falls in the Novak ... groin. He writhes in convulsions, and Maria throws his hands up and triumphantly says: «New balls, please!» (A phrase, a judge on the court means the replacement of old balls for new ones.. - Ed.). Those who know the slang meaning of the word «balls» understand this banal, but no less funny joke.
Incidentally, I once saw with my own eyes as Masha in training on request from the bank hit by tennis balls, exposed to the corner of the square. So doubts about the accuracy of its crushing blows, I have ceased to exist back then. But the film crew from Germany decided not to risk all the same health Djokovic and asked Mary to hit hard, but strongly by. Cunning Sharapova, nodding understandingly, with each take nearer a flight of the ball (for those who do not know, at 200 km / h. - Ed.) Is getting closer and closer to the head of the unfortunate Serbs. At some point he could not resist - instinctively ducked. Novak's face was evident that his soul was gone just go where the plot was to get the ball Sharapova.
- Cap, as you can, I'll still turn a blind eye? - Implored Djokovic, referring to the director. - Otherwise we will never take off this scene.
So our standard-bearer of the Olympic on Saturday defeated outright Serbian. 3:0 in favor of Masha!

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[...] In this case number 1 sport reigns not only in our team. That's an hour ago, for example, approached Herr Gebhard Phil-Grich, a fitness trainer second racket of the world Novak Djokovic.
Novak asked for clarification: is Russia today to play football? - Politely asked the famous ex-coach Thomas Muster, like a hellish mix of John Malkovich and Alexander Filipenko.
- Yes, at six in the evening are going to start - I'm told.
- Thanks, I'll tell him, you did take him to the team?
- There are no questions, but do not you think that your ward today and already had a bad day - training, hours of shooting ...
- What's it to you? You have no idea how much he loved football. Football for him - that's all.
- More than just tennis?
- I did not say this to you.

MATCH Djokovic - Tarpishchev

Exactly at six of the corps left the hotel Novak, completely ready for the soccer game. What a disappointment it was boyish in his face when he saw that the training of our team is delayed - Tarpishchev has not been fully worked with Vesnina and Makarova pair combination. With longing glance at our court, Djokovic walked in the gym.
I'm so sorry it was, I understood it, the first half an hour hastened to tell him the news: the match will take place!
- Great! - At this moment, Novak did not have a better friend than I am. - Dude, so what we are - ran to pull the gate!
- A force is? You, as it seemed easier to run back five-set match than endure hours of shooting today in the commercial.
- It's true, old man. But for the sake of football I'm ready for anything!
The gate ... like that famous grand piano, waiting for us in the bush, we quickly put them on the meadow. And Novak was trying to apothecary accuracy extinct, to one located exactly opposite the other.
- So who's on my team? - The Joker did not have time to finish this sentence, as his side moved headlong site all of our "play" the girl - Vesnina, Kirilenko, Makarova.
- Novak, well, you, as always, all the beauties gathered around him - laughed Tarpishchev. - Take care in the least now these two guys - and pointed at me and his younger son, Philip.
away! Despite the fact that against us, headed by Tarpishchev played experienced coaching staff to coach Julian Vespanom Zvonareva at the gate for your special correspondent was on the first minute mark.
- Well done! - Shouted to me in Russian Djokovic, who performed the role at first goalkeeper. - Who, who is your favorite Russian player? Tell me what you have going? Arshavin? Pavlyuchenko?
- I'll Cherenkov! - proudly told me, although the last time such a question answered, when chasing the ball in the yard back in Saratov childhood. - Who are you going? - I asked Novak, as he digested information is clearly an unknown idol of many generations Spartak fans.
- I Barthez, Barthez call me! - Djokovic cried, performing save game after hitting the vice president Alexei Selivanenko Tennis Federation.
- Just do not expect that I'll kiss you, as Laurent Blanc! - I immediately showed his intellectual and football training.

[...] And what about Djokovic? Believe me, on the football field he was no less beautiful than on the tennis court. With the wind the ease of a few people, has delivered a blow to the right. And this trick with its retracting the ball under him, and icing the heel on the flank? Messi will envy! And another important feature to the nature of tennis megastars. When our advantage in the long run it became catastrophically melt, he stepped on the throat of his own song, and came to replace me at the gate: "Come, you must score!".
And as you can not do such a mandate in all a great athlete, and even when you are alone with the goalie with a soft, decumbent transfer prints Maria Kirilenko? 10:7 in our favor and we are flying Djokovic to each other's arms.
- Now, you - my football idol, forget about the Cherenkov! - Novak clap his hand into the palm.
- And you - me! - Enjoys a Serb.
Still, it's a hell of an honor - at least for one day to become an idol for Djokovic, even in football. But who knows now what kind of sport for those tennis players is more important?
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There's a video, too! http://www.sovsport.ru/video/gallery-item/s0_7084
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I've found this on Maria's forum, it's better at least for me

3:0 Masha won. Sharapova defeated Djokovic - not only in tennis

First set. Tennis victory.

There was no rains on Saturday in Stoke Park. The sun came out, and the weather was wonderful. You may think it's because "Soviet Sport" journalist came to Stoke Park, but the reason is much simplier - Maria Sharapova joined russian tennis team (team staff connects weather changes with Maria's arrival).

There was family atmosphere in russian tennis team, but Maria made it even better - she came to team with... her mother! It's fonderful to see how mother's presence changes Maria who seems too cold for people seeing her in public places.

And here is idillic picture. Elena Petrovna came down to tennis court with book in her hands. Maria, training with Vera Zvonareva, waves to her: "Hi, mom! I'm here!". Elena Petrovna stops to watch her daughter playing. During break Maria comes running up to her mother, kisses her, hugging her shoulders: "What are you reading? May I see?" And, having opened the book, Maria childlishly begins carefully reading it right on court, therefore provoking joy and jokes from others. But this can't distract her from reading, while one person can... Novak Djokovic suddenly appeared on court.

- What is this serbian guy doing here? - I'm asking Maria.
- Ha, Just lost his number 1 spot after Wimbledon and wants to train with me to increase level of play, - Maria laughing and adds seriously: - We will have photoshoot together and Novak came earlier to train a bit.

- When was last time you played on grass? - Maria laughs after Novak's first bad shot.
- Haven't played since Wimbledon - Novak shouts from other side of the court.
- It's very-very evident - answers Maria while embarassing Novak with her killer forehand cross.
And Novak begins to play with all passion and trainig quickly transforms into real match with heavy raging shots. There is absolute silence around, cause all russian team stopped training to watch breathtaking match.
- I know, you, girls, like all these slices, - jokes Novak while running up to the ball. - But we deal with it just like this!
Novak hits ball heavily to the other side but Maria answers with lightning shot. Novak artistically falls down, showing all his disappointment.
- OMG, that was cool... - Maria's hitting partner Vladimir Volthckov seems still shocked.
- Ha! - laughs Maria while coming to her bench.

Second set. Flirting victory.

But it wouldn't be Djokovic, if he didn't try to reabilitate himself after such loss.
- You are in good form! - Novak pays a compliment.
- Aw, thank you - Maria smiling.
- I saw you had a fantastic season on clay, yeah?
- Yep - Maria doesn't want to play Novak's game which looks like common interview.
- I can't miss a chance to take photo with such a person, may I?
- Go ahead!
Having received high approval, Novak gives mobile phone to his masseur and sits near Maria on the bench.
- Done! - "photographer" shouts.
- Don't hurry, dude. You definitely spoiled it. Try to make a few more frames, different angles. There is no need to hurry in such things. - while saying this Novak snuggles up to Maria closer and closer and finally hugs her.
- Photoshoot is over!!! - Maria jumps from serbian embrace under common laughter, but Novak follows her.
- Just look, what a frame! - Novak runs towards Maria. - You like it, do you?
- Hm, this is not.. bad - answers Maria with a grin.
- I'm with closed eyes here! But if you like it, I send it to you right now, what is your number? - secret Novak's plan becomes obvious.
- Sir, you won't get my number!! - Maria grabs her bag and leaves Novak with nothing. 2:0!

Third set. Cinematographic victory.

In second part of the day there was another hard work for Maria - filming a commercial for Head. There was two plots. In the first Novak and Maria were hitting balls from one side of the river to another. Novak shows his miraculous shot, but Maria hits better with first attempt. Puzzled Djokovic sits on the lawn with the words "yeah, it looks like I need more practice." But in reality, Djokovic was on top. His shots landed on the other side of the river more often while Maria's landed in the river and disappeared.

You could say that Novak finally won set, but this set had tiebreak - that is the second story. And it wasn't sweet for Novak. He stands with open arms, while there is a can with tennis balls on his head. And Maria should hit it like Robin Hood. According to the scenario Maria misses and ball strikes Novak's... groin. He suffers from pain, and Maria throws her hands up and triumphantly says: "New balls, please!"

But German filming crew decided not to risk and asked Maria to hit hard, but off the aim. Insidious Sharapova, nodding understandingly, with each take was hitting ball closer and closer. At some point Novak instinctively bowed down.
- Cap, can I just close eyes? - prayed Djokovic, referring to the director. - Otherwise we will never shoot this scene.
That's how our flagbearer defeated Serbian. 3:0 Masha won!
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That was the first article. Here's the translation of the second, and I'm sorry in advance if I messed up the football terms



The number 1 sport does not only reign in our team. An hour ago, for example, Herr Gebhard Phil-Grich, the fitness trainer of World no. 2 Novak Djokovic, approached me.
Novak asked to clarify: is Russia going to play football today? - the famous ex-coach of Thomas Muster, who looks like a hellish mix of John Malkovich and Alexander Filipenko, asked politely.
- Yes, at six in the evening we are going to start - I told him.
- Thanks, I'll tell him, you will take him on the team, right?
- Without a question, but do not you think that your ward already had a tough day today - training, hours of [commercial] shooting ...
- What does he care? You have no idea how much he loves football. Football for him is everything.
- More than tennis?
- I did not say this to you.
Match: Djokovic-Tarpischev
Exactly at six o’clock Novak came out of the hotel, completely ready for the soccer game. What a boyish disappointment was in his face when he saw that the training of our team is still going on - Tarpishchev has not finished working with Vesnina and Makarova the doubles combination. Looking longingly at our court, Djokovic walked into the gym.
I was so sorry for him, I understood him so much, that I was the first who hastened to tell him the news after half an hour: the match will take place!
- Great! - At this moment, Novak did not have a better friend than me. - Dude, so why are we standing here - let’s run to bring the goalposts!
- Do you have strength for that [as in, aren’t you tired]? It seemed that it’s easier for you to run during a five-set match than endure today’s hours of shooting in the commercial.
- It's true, old man. But for the sake of football I'm ready for anything!
The goalposts, like that famous grand piano, were waiting for us in the bush, we quickly put them on the meadow. And Novak was trying to measure it with apothecary accuracy and to have one located exactly opposite the other.
- So who's on my team? - The Joker did not have time to finish this sentence, as all our playing girls - Vesnina, Kirilenko, Makarova - moved headlong to his side.
- Novak, well, you, as always, gather all the beauties around you - laughed Tarpishchev. - Take at least these two guys to help you - and he pointed at me and his younger son, Philip.
And we rushed away! Despite the fact that against us, headed by Tarpishchev, played an experienced coaching staff, with Zvonareva’s coach Julian Vespan as the goalkeeper, your special correspondent managed to excel on the first minute mark.
- “Molodets!” [Well done!] - Shouted to me in Russian Djokovic, who was playing the role of goalkeeper at first. - Who, who is your favorite Russian player? Tell me, who are you going as? Arshavin? Pavlyuchenko?
- I'll be Cherenkov! – I said proudly, although the last time I answered such a question was back when I was chasing the ball in the yard in my childhood in Saratovo. – And who are you going as? - I asked Novak, as he digested the information about a clearly unknown to him idol of many generations of Spartak fans.
- I’m Barthez, call me Barthez! - Djokovic cried, performing a save after the hit of the vice president of our Tennis Federation, Alexei Selivanenko.
- Just do not expect that I'll kiss you, like Laurent Blanc! - I immediately showed my intellectual and football training.


[... a few paragraphs about the amazing football skills of Tarpischev and Kirilenko. …]


And what about Djokovic? Believe me, on the football field he was no less wonderful than on the tennis court. He easily passes a few people, has controls his blows with the right foot. And this trick with retracting the ball behind him, and kicking with the heel on the side? Messi will envy him! And another important characteristic of the nature of this tennis megastar. When our advantage in score became to melt catastrophically, he stepped on the throat of his own song, and came to replace me at the goalpost: "Come, someone needs to score!".
And how can you not comply with the orders of such a great athlete, especially when Maria Kirilenko is the one who, with a soft pass, gets you to be one on one with the goalie? 10:7 in our favor and Djokovic and me are flying into each other's arms.
- Now, you are my football idol, forget about Cherenkov! – I high-five Novak.
- And you are mine! - the Serb is happy.
After all, it's a hell of an honor - to become Djokovic’s idol, at least for one day, even in football. But who knows now what kind of sport is more important for those tennis players?
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I love how Maria and Novak flirt together
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Maria is a badass.
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