I was getting far too bored with the first site redesign and there were so many WordPress features I wanted to implement that the template didn’t support…so, here’s a new look. I decided to go more minimalist. I can’t decide if I like it or not. I’m not sure I like it just showing excerpts without html so that you have to click through on every article to see any videos or for any links to work, but I do
vamosrafelnadal has posted an IB3 report in which Rafa reflects on his season so far.
Here’s Google’s attempt at a translation of the the Spanish subtitles.
Make semifinal or final change enough for me to start the season was good or very good.
With Verdasco, 5-4 in the 3rd. and 0-40 September, I held my serve, but had few options, got the very strong, the first 220 and 180 the second game was a lot of suffering, very long and very stressful.
The semifinal was very important as it supposed
No, not that way! Coming in June to the Wii – EA Sports’ Grand Slam Tennis. This is no Wii Sports Tennis, it looks to be a full featured tennis game with greater control of your player and Sims of tour pros playing true to their real-life model’s style.
Total Racket Control
Swing the racket like a Grand Slam champion by performing real life tennis strokes as your actions are
Not much going on publicly in Rafaland lately. Rafa should be heading to Benidorm tomorrow to prepare for Davis Cup.
In the mean time, he’s a cute video of 12 year old Rafa playing some tennis, losing and giving an interview. It’s so funny to see the current adult in the child that was. At 12 he already looks bored with interviewer’s questions and has the eyebrow and “pfftth” answers down. I do think my favorite thing, however, is the super-cheesy background music.
A short news story about Rafa watching the Real Madrid game.
Posted by luneworld.
Shocking, no? But Rafa was there to watch today’s Real Madrid/Liverpool match in person. He probably wasn’t too happy with the score, though, since Real Madrid lost 0-1.
(Photos by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images and PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
luneworld has posted some video of Rafa practicing for Davis Cup in Manacor. He’s also interviewed for a bit.
Anyone got any idea what they are saying? I really should have studied Spanish instead of German…
The Davis Cup site has been updated with the team members and schedule for the first round Spain/Serbia tie. Sadly, no US TV coverage is listed. It looks like The Tennis Channel is only going to be carrying the US/Switzerland tie.