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Entries in Alexandr Dolgopolov (12)


Kickin' it with Dolgo Dog, Alexandr Dolgopolov, at the BNP Paribas Open

In case you didn’t know, Alexandr Dolgopolov is a super happy guy and laughs A LOT.  So, whenever I put "HL" it stands for hilarious laughter.  If I had to type it every time he did it, it would take me all night!  Enjoy!

If you were a hip hop artist, what would your name be?
I don’t know, Snoop Dog is taken! (HL)  Something with a “Dog.”

How about “Dolgo Dog!”
Yeah!  Something like that!  (HL)

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Win a pair of Adidas shoes signed by Alexandr Dolgopolov!

Calling all Dolgo fans!!!  We have teamed up with Adidas and are in possession of a piar of autographed Adidas shoes by Alexandr Dolgopolov!  So what do you have to do to win, you ask?  It's easy!

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Fun interview with Alexandr Dolgopolov

Alexandr Dolgopolov sat down with Adidas and OnTheGoTennis to answer some silly questions, and in typical Dolgo style gave us back some silly answers.  Press play to hear him talk about why he would want to be a fish, his love of racing cars, and how he would get off a stranded island.

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Fun on the Field at the BNP Paribas Open

My last day out on the field was arguably my favorite day at the BNP Paribas Open.  I finally caught Andy Murray with his entourage out on the field pre-practice session, Alexandr Dolgopolov and his coach Jack Reader, as well as Feliciano Lopez signing autographs for fans.

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In Their Words


Ya'll know me still the same ol' G but I been low key.  Hated on by most these ni**as with no cheese, no deals and no G's, no wheels and no keys, no boats, no snowmobiles and no ski's.

-Alexandr Dolgopolov rapping Dr. Dre (check out the video above at around 2:35)


The sun came up again today and everything is still alright.

-Samantha Stosur on her losses at Brisbane and Syndey prior to the start of the Austrailian Open (hopefully she'll still feel this way after her 1st round loss in OZ)


Well first off I'd like to thank you for asking the hard hitting questions.

-Andy Roddick on whether Andrea Petkovic should have retired the Petko Dance


Is there such a thing as a Grand-er Slam?

-Serena Williams on the #KobeSystem

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Australian Open Day 1: Too Much Electricity Not Enough Rainbows

Don't touch me I might shock youFashion #fail:  Above was Fernando Verdasco's Adidas kit 'Electricity With High Energy'.  I usually love Adidas outfits, but I think they needed to turn the energy down just a smidge.

Best quote about his oufit:

He's a man who's not uncomfortable with his looks. Any man who's prepared to be an underwear model is not going to be afraid of this gear.

- Jim Courier via The Syndney Morning Herald

Best tweets about his outfit:

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Shanked Balls and Double Faults

Laura Robson wears a discrete rainbow hair tie to show her support

Kait O'Callahan is a contributing writer for OnTheGoTennis.  She is currently at the Australian Open with her brother and will be sharing her stories from the matches they attend.

It's already hot when we turn up for our first match. The wind is blowing strong and it looks like we are in for a day of shanked balls and double faults. It certainly starts that way as we tune in for Frederick Nielson and Kevin Anderson. Nielson, who we developed a soft spot for during his Hopman Cup choke loss to Gasquet, has fought his way through qualifying and been rewarded with a match against the man who donated a huge chunk of his first ATP title's prize money to saving rhinos. Anderson is too good for Nielson, and we leave after the first set.

A Russian woman is seated in front of us, playing with the pearls dangling from her neck. Her matching earrings and expensive looking black dress stand out amongst the masses of t-shirts and denim shorts. She flits on her high heels towards the shade every few games. It's hot work being that glamourous. She's there to watch Nikolay Davydenko, who appears to be playing well against the very defensive Flavio Cipolla. Unfortunately, that all changes when up two sets up to one, Davydenko begins to tire, and eventually loses in five. It's a disappointing first round exit for a man who used to be world number four. We wonder if it is the last time we will see Davydenko live.

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