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Djokovic Plays Top to Nadal Bottom

+Novak Djokovic and +Rafael Nadal played an epic final in Melbourne's +Australian Open to establish the pecking order in men's tennis. In the longest grand slam final ever played, both players had their ups and downs until +Novak Djokovic established who has the longer stick. Beating +Rafael Nadal over five long sets, he defended his title from the previous year.


Novak Djokovic


Bernard Tomic in Roger Federer Jubilee Match

Australia's +Bernard Tomic was the featured teen boy in +Roger Federer's jubilee match. With 1,000 matches played in the ATP since 1998 when he entered the tennis circus as an excitable teen, Roger may not be the record holder but it is an impressive figure. At the Australian open, Roger was playing the jubilee match against Bernard Tomic, an excitable young teen playing for Australia.


Bernard Tomic


Zac Efron Reinvented

Zac Efron has reinvented himself. Or he has reinvented his body. The slim dancing teen has become Hulk Hogan while we were looking somewhere else. Nothing left of the young boy charm of Troy Bolton, and mothers should think twice to describe him as favorite son-in-law now. He now looks like the perfect sin-in-law for boys and girls (and mums and dads).


Zac Efron


Most Wanted: The Wanted

+The Wanted are one of Britain's successful boy bands with a handful of candy twinks appealing to girls and gays alike. The five singing boys are Max George (Masimilian Alberto George), Nathan Sykes (Nathan James Sykes), Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness (James McGuiness), and Tom Parker (Thomas Anthony Parker).


Max George


Alastair Cook's Nipple Piercing

Buckingham Palace was facing a dilemma. How does One attach a medal to a naked cricket player? The Queen doesn't hold the necessary university degree to do nipple piercings, a Palace insider told me. In the end, Alastair Cook decided to appear dressed to the honors ceremony to receive his MBE. Some of the spectators were disappointed by that, I'm sure.


James Anderson, Stuart Broad Alastair Cook

Tennis with Gay Appeal in London

It's that time of the year again. Not as good as Wimbledon, the ATP Masters Final is still worth watching. And it is well worth watching for tennis, too. This year, +Novak Djokovic, +Rafael Nadal, +Andy Murray, +Roger Federer, David Ferrer, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Tomas Berdych, and Mardy Fish are having it out in the O2-Arena. With so much talent, tennis should be of the finest.

Novak Djokovic


The Gay Tom Daley

The question whether +Tom Daley is gay or not has been asked (and not answered) so many times, it is becoming a running joke. There is a simple principle at work in that. The people who ask don't need to know. People who answer the question one way or another don't know. And the people who know don't answer the question. And this, in my opinion, is as it should be.


Tom Daley

Michael Phelps Gay

The title of this post reflects what I thought when I read the title of an article that swam up from the depth of the Internet. It was called Stable Gay Relationship: Michael Phelps and Daley Thompson. I went for it; I fell for it. It was not what I had expected at all. I had a good laugh; and the title was no lie either. Read it and you'll see what I mean. +Tom Daley is part of the plot. And the content of the article can be verified. I went there and checked it.


Michael Phelps