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I took this shot at a Nike event in 201O (apologies for the image quality). Bar Refaeli and Rafael Nadal had teamed up for an exo event in NYC pre US Open. Have to say that the chemistry looked VERY good back then.
Apparently the two have kept in touch. Here they are in Sports Illustrated’s 2012 swimsuit issue. 

I took this shot at a Nike event in 201O (apologies for the image quality). Bar Refaeli and Rafael Nadal had teamed up for an exo event in NYC pre US Open. Have to say that the chemistry looked VERY good back then.

Apparently the two have kept in touch. Here they are in Sports Illustrated’s 2012 swimsuit issue

a-lineway:

A tennis dress from circa 1885…!! description says it has deep pockets for balls….so, it’s practical right?? i’m gonna bring back the bustle in my next collection. saw this at the LACMA w/ my buddy tracy :) 

Would YOU wear colors this bright on court?

Would YOU wear colors this bright on court?

New tennis racquet brand BOLT.

New tennis racquet brand BOLT.

The ruffle of the moment in tennis skirts. This is from Fila.

The ruffle of the moment in tennis skirts. This is from Fila.

Yup, he came back to Newport. Dustin Brown chills out before his tennis match at the International Tennis Hall of fame in Newport, RI.

Yup, he came back to Newport. Dustin Brown chills out before his tennis match at the International Tennis Hall of fame in Newport, RI.

Awesome stunt. Vertical tennis in advance of the Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open 2011. 

Awesome stunt. Vertical tennis in advance of the Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open 2011

Hilarious moment at the US National Tennis Center (NY) where ESPN’s Mike Greenberg hit partner Chris Evert in the rear end with a return of serve. Both Greenberg and Evert were trying to qualify for a mixed dubs wild card to the US Open (which Evert won 6 times in her prime). The team lost to Bea Beilik and Darrin Cohen, both local teaching pros. Image:Jennifer Pottheiser

Hilarious moment at the US National Tennis Center (NY) where ESPN’s Mike Greenberg hit partner Chris Evert in the rear end with a return of serve. Both Greenberg and Evert were trying to qualify for a mixed dubs wild card to the US Open (which Evert won 6 times in her prime). The team lost to Bea Beilik and Darrin Cohen, both local teaching pros. Image:Jennifer Pottheiser