It's an incestuous life on the tour: take, for example, the case of Gisela Dulko, who recently switched her affections from Fernando Verdasco to Chile's Fernando Gonzalez.
Let's hope he makes it past Croatia's Ivo Karlovic into the quarter finals.Too bad neither of the other top male hotties, the Argentine Juan Martin del Potro and his stablemate Agustin Calleri, gets to play again this week. Ironic, huh, that the first year we have a real stab at a home-grown winner, the rest of the Brits have an absolute shocker.13 years later, he became a professional tennis player.Since turning pro, he has managed to win 7 singles titles and 7 doubles titles on Association of Tennis Professionals tour.Verdasco is a former Australian Open semi-finalist and has won eleven ATP World Tour titles, five in singles and six in doubles.
The 29-year-old is a former boyfriend of Serbian tennis player Ana Ivanovic and is currently dating Spanish socialite Ana Boyer. I have played many matches – many good ones, many bad ones.
One of the best ones for sure in terms of my level was against Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals of the 2009 Australian Open (Verdasco lost in five sets in five hours and 14 minutes).
Also, important for me was the 2008 Davis Cup final in Argentina against Jose Acasuso.
Cringe if you will but top tennis totty is big business: just ask Russia's Maria Kirilenko, who is the face of Adidas.
The hotties (male) With Rafael Nadal injured and out, female fans who find Roger Federer just a little too clean-cut for their tastes have switched their affections to another Spaniard, Fernando Verdasco.
These days we love Super Mac, with his dry New York sense of humour, for serving up tasty titbits rather than topspin aces.