Inés would like to share this Spanish TV special about the 2010 US Open with you. She even took the time to type out and then translate the content. This represents a tremendous amount of work and time. Thank you so much!
Rafa will be on the cover of the upcoming book, “A Game to Love: In Celebration of Tennis” – a coffee table book of tennis photography. It’s available for pre-order.
For some reason, Nike Tennis just posted videos from
Well, I finally got around to watching this DVD (I bought it off Amazon on pre-order and it came a while ago) and, quite frankly, I want my money back. Yes, the picture is lovely on my HD TV and I’m glad to finally see some moments up close that I couldn’t see at all from my nose-bleed seats, but the production quality on this is amateurish…at best. They cut away
The new TennisNow online magazine is out. Rafa’s on the cover as it’s their US Open wrap-up. Be sure to flip through it (despite the annoying auto-loading videos – seriously, I’ll click if I want to see it, don’t auto-load!) because there’s a wonderful photo of Rafa towards the end – as well as some thoughts by a guy who’s been photographing tennis players for years. You can find the magazine here.
A special look back at Rafa’s career slam and US Open win. We’ve seen bits of this in other video posts, but this seems to be a longer version. I love the old footage of him and Moya being tourists in Times Square. (And anything that includes the giggle brothers has got to be good.)
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I finally have my photos up. The ones from the final are grainy since it was dark, but I did the best I could. (Especially given how far up my seats were!) As usual, I probably over compensated for the grain and made things to plastic-y.