Iguanas are an invasive species in South Florida, and one iguana took that label a bit too literally Wednesday when it invaded a Miami Open match between Tommy Haas and Jiri Vesely. The iguana halted play after it perched menacingly on the scoreboard.
The “cool factor’’ still thrives at the Miami Open. Tennis fans are still sipping champagne in fancy tents. They’re still eating sushi, shopping for the latest fashions, celebrity-gazing and lounging on Adirondack chairs – toes sinking in 320 tons of sand while nearby fans play croquet. But more significantly, say tournament officials, they’re still watching the best tennis in the world – and will be for years to come. Despite speculation that the Miami Open, now in its 33rd year, will leave Key Biscayne’s Crandon Park Tennis Center because of legal limitations that prevent the tournament from expanding, tournament officials insist it’s here to stay. Mark Shapiro, co-president of tournament owner
Why did Joe work at the shoe store? He did it for the kicks. They went 1-1 in Montana. Came close to sweeping, but they didn’t leave Missoula empty-handed at least. Good for the Broncos This was a needed win as the Broncos (now) have three wins on the season. UNLV beat the Broncos last year for the Mountain West title. So, perhaps, Boise State can get on the right side of the win column now. One thing about watching the basketball tournament, and these other sports, is you get to hear about schools that apparently exist. Good luck to the Broncos as they head to St. George, Utah to face the Trailblazers. Miscellinkeous This is a webpage of a collection of “Cool” words. Seems to be built along