Move your feet, lazy.
Video Tennis Gangnam Style
The Gangnam Open is the best.
Teach me how to dougie and also how tennis scoring works.
Good teammates help each other out.
1. Andy Murray
In 2012, Murray became the first British person to appear in a Wimbledon final since 1938. He lost, rather soundly, but at least he made it to a championship. That's really good for a British athlete.
2. David Beckham
Beckham is one of the most famous athletes in the world. He is also considered by many to be one of the most overrated soccer players in the world. However, he did prove some doubters wrong in 2011 with the Los Angeles Galaxy by winning an MLS title no less than the 14th or 15th most prestigious professional soccer league championship in the whole world.
3. Lennox Lewis
Lewis won a gold medal in boxing and was the WBC heavyweight champion. He identified more as Canadian, but the British will take what they can get.
Always go with a softer backhand to the crotch.
"Thank God that's over with," said Maria Sharapova. "I apologize for all of the loud shrieking and grunting over the years, but if you've ever had a kidney stone, you know how much they can hurt."
Serena Williams says now that her health problems are over, she hopes she can focus on tennis.
"I've had a huge stone, about the size of a pool ball, stuck smack dab in the middle of my urethra for about eight years," said Williams. "Hurt like hell. Every time I swung my racket, I'd get shooting pains through my whole body. But the other day I decided I couldn't take it anymore. I sat down on the toilet in the locker room and squeezed the thing out. After about three hours of grunting and shrieking in pain, and a few pints of lost blood, I was free of it. Best day of my life. Even better than winning a Grand Slam."
Have to think she won't be making many good calls with a concussion.
"I mean, I know some of it," he said. "Even though it's a little weird, I'm completely cool with the 15-0, 30-0, 30-15, et cetera, all the way up to 40-30. But when it gets to what's it called 'deuce'? Hell if I know. I just play then and hope the body language of my opponent or the judge clues me in to what's going on."
Coaches and friends on Tour have tried to explain the scoring system to Federer, but he says he always loses interest during their explanation.
"I thought I had it all down pretty good once," said Federer. "But then the very next tournament I went to I got into some sort of tiebreaker or something they called it? I don't know. We were changing sides of the court and they were telling me I was up 9-8 and here I thought the scoring didn't go past six. Either way, I just kept playing and playing and playing until they gave me a trophy. To this day I still don't know if the trophy was for first place or second place."