Fed’s dorky comments on his BNP Paribas trophy:
“I don’t know where else, but there was some other place I could barely not lift the trophy. But this one I could. This is steel, so you can imagine how strong I am. (Laughter.)”
Paris is his 18th Masters title. Fed’s close friend and personal cheerleader Gavin Rossdale was on hand to witness the victory. In Gavin’s own words, the Fed is superhuman.
In his runner-up speech, Tsonga took the time to thank all his former coaches. That’s a bit like the best man at a wedding thanking all his ex-girlfriends, no? Then again, Tsonga has had an excellent season this year, coming back from the injuries that hindered him in 2010. Next week, London awaits them both when the top 8 gather to fight for the year-end final.