Wish them the best of luck successfully signing that piece of paper that confirms their eternal love, exchanging rings, exchanging vows, possibly a hilarious bouquet toss at Grandmama and a nice enjoyable experience. After that, back to what they both do best.
If a child was on the way, his Tennis might be affected. This marriage is unlikely to change anything outside of two people committing their lives to each other.
So someone recently informed me that my sig was empty. Said I needed a life affirming motivational quote by a positive role model like Einstein or Oscar Wilde...
Beautiful girls are like complex puzzles. The closer you look the harder it gets.
You really are a piece of work, aren't you. Calling a player a 'moron' just because he may perhaps get married, with a girl he's been dating for how much, six years now? How about just wishing them all happiness?
BTW, I think I know at least one player who hasn't been doing that badly since he got married...
SS is just worried that if #2 and ND get married they become less of a threat to Fed.
Thank you Nick for taking out the trash at Wimbledon!
Whats with everyone in a rush to get married these days? Hell it isn't that great. Can't you at least wait until your tennis career is over and you are finished focusing on that?.. Its not as though you can play tennis a long time anyways.. At least successful tennis.. All it does is fuck your focus, concentration and drive up getting married and putting up with women.
There isn't many who get married and have kids who's careers are the same afterwards. At least get closer in the slam count before you get hitched Moron!!
Marriage really isn't the problem, to be honest, when it comes to tennis player careers.
It is more when the kids come that the true decline begins.
But happiness is more important than anything, and if the marriage makes them happy, go for it.