Composure. Joe Wilson lost it Wednesday night. And now Defending U.S. Open Champion Serena Williams lost it Saturday night en route to her highly favored fourth U.S. Open Championship.
5'5" French President Nicolas Sarkozy bussed in 20 short people to stand behind him for a speech so he would look taller. In a related story, the Knicks have inquired about their availability.
Happy Thursday everyone, here's my Top 5 for August 20, 2009 from www.LenBermanSports.com
Warrior, femme fatale, however, you slice it, some ladies got more game than others. Whether they fight in stilettos or tennis shoes, these chicks can tweet circles around most people.
Isn't it time for us to say that if the Williams sisters aren't going to go all out and feel comfortable to win in their typical fashion that we'd rather see one of them against another opponent?
Often the best courts and play slots (and hence the better media coverage) are given to the women who are better lookers rather than the ones who are better players.
The former Vice President sends some helpful hints to those in need.
Doesn't it seem like everyone's cheating? Why fight it any longer? Let's either join the cheating ranks (hey, they can't catch us all, right?) or at least sit back and enjoy their antics.
To many, the biggest sports story of the weekend was the NFL Draft in New York City. I had the chance to go to the Draft, just a quick subway ride aw...
I will say, after a whopping 32 putts on Thursday at the Master's, which put Tiger in a tie for 83rd place in a 96-player field -- maybe he should take some pointers from Serena and the others.
As the husband of a woman that looks like Venus and Serena it offends me that my standards of beauty are not recognized or validated in professional sports.
Williams: No seriously, I am terrible at basketball. Track is kind of a no-brainer, but yeah, anything other than tennis, I'm not good at it.
"It's hugely important that we don't fall into the trap of saying, 'Oh, it's going to be harder to raise money.'"
When Obama mentioned Ledbetter in a debate, McCain muttered that it would create "a trial lawyers dream." He claims lawyers could take advantage of women who allege discrimination.
Is it responsible to link a junk food of such notoriety to sports?
Unfortunately, neither tournament has joined the idea of equal pay between sexes with the notion of equal play.