Nadal’s watch: 20grs, 525000$

There’s been a lot of talk lately about the new watch Rafa wears. Why so much talk for a watch? Well, perhaps because of its price: 525 000$! This watch, created by super high-end watch maker Richard Mille is called the RM 027 Tourbillon. It will be produced in a limited edition of 50 pieces […]

FWOTD #12: le Coq Sportif

Le Coq Sportif brand was founded in 1882 by a french entrepreneur named Emile Camuset, and was the number one sports brand in Europe during the 70’s and 80’s. After designing sportswear for football, rugby, athletics and basketball, Camuset makes the first shirt designed for tennis players in 1930. From the 50’s to the 80’s, […]

1999 French Open: Agassi-Graf, two days, one destiny

A really good 30 minutes report about Steffi Graf and Agassi and their respective Roland Garros win in 1999. Interviews are in english, commentary in french, if you need translation just ask me. Enjoy! – Andre Agassi reached the French Open final 3 times for 2 losses and 1 win Outcome Year Championship Surface Opponent […]

Stosur vs Schiavone live coverage

Francesca Schiavone à propos Sam Stosur: “She’s very strong, great power. She improves so mentally, physically a lot. I think will be very tough and very close match, and will be a lot of tactics in the court. I think like this.” Sam Stosur about Francesca Schiavone: “I think, you know, it’s a final. It’s […]

Slammin’ Sam is the favorite for the title

Nobody saw this final coming. Well, Stosur‘s presence in final is not such a surprise given her great results lately (win in Charleston and final in Stuttgart), but Schiavone‘s presence was really unexpected. Her best result in a Grand Slam so far was a quarter finals in Wimbledon last year. But today, both Sam and […]

FWOTD #11: macarons

The macaron is a traditional french pastry, made of egg whites, almond power and sugar. Macarons come in a wide variety of flavors, from chocolate, to raspberry or even foie gras. Its origin is quite unknown, but it may have been brought to France from Italy in 1533 by Catherine di Medici and her pastry […]