The week in tennis pictures: Rafa, rainbows and photobombs

Chris Chase
Busted Racquet

"I try to beat everyone at tennis, not at drinking," Rafael Nadal says as part of his "Champions Drink Responsibly" campaign for Bacardi. Yeah, that's what we all say after Novak Djokovic drinks us under the table.

No, Petra Kvitova is not Tebowing. She's reacting after losing to Li Na in the semifinals of the Sydney International, thus delaying her push to No. 1 for at least another two weeks.

Part of the enduring mystery that is Serena Williams: She could have either been completely miserable or totally delighted to be doing a photo shoot for her 2012 Australian Open kit and neither would be surprising.

Margaret Court respects the rainbow but doesn't think it should have been allowed to masquerade itself at a tennis tournament.

The first conflict of the Ivan Lendl-Andy Murray partnership: Murray leaves his new coach hanging.

Yeah, I thought it was Richard Gasquet too. But, no, that's Marcos Baghdatis kissing the court after defeating Juan Martin Del Potro in Sydney.

Even with that unorthodox grip, Bernard Tomic still hits returns harder than Caroline Wozniacki.

Uncle Toni: Photobomber.

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