• Thank goodness this A-Rod steroids admission happened, or we wouldn’t have anything else to talk about.
(Suppose Cynthia was really on to something, after all?)
• Still, it’s not like he’s accusing any media members of stalking him, right?
• Mike Leach is not to tickled about Texas Tech’s additional clauses in its latest contract offer to the Red Raiders coach.
• The tennis coach who served the Williams Sisters & Maria Sharapova has a new 4-year-old prodigy ready to cause a racket.
Tags: Alex Rodriguez
, Coed Wrestling
, Jeremy Lusk
, Maria Sharapova
, Mia Lines
, Michael Phelps
, Miguel Tejada
, Mike Leach
, Rick Adelman
, Selena Roberts
, Sports Illustrated
, Texas Tech Red Raiders
, Williams Sisters
When Tiger Woods and his wife had a son on Sunday, there were a lot of jokes about how in two years he was going to be better than half the golfers on the PGA Tour. They were jokes, sure, but really were they that far off? I mean, after all, wasn’t Tiger only two years old when he appeared on The Mike Douglas Show? The truth is, parents are getting their kids started in sports earlier and earlier in hopes of cashing in on their progeny.
One such sport where this has been prevalent for a while is tennis. Stars such as Venus Williams, Serena Williams, and Maria Sharapova were trained as children to be tennis machines, and it paid off in the form of millions of dollars in winnings and endorsements. Which is why if you’re going to train your little girl to be a tennis pro, you should probably hire the same coach who taught those three. Even if your daughter is only four years old.