There’s no better face to represent a razor than suave Feliciano Lopez. The Spaniard was on hand to present the new “Braun CoolTec” at the Inside Genova Hotel Wednesday in Madrid, Spain.
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Posts Tagged ‘Feliciano Lopez’
For the third year in a row, Corona Beer organized its “longest serve” competition at the Valencia Open on Monday. The challengers were John Isner, the Bryan Brothers, and two-time defending champion (of this competition) Feliciano Lopez.
One would think Isner was a shoe-in to win, but Lopez grabbed the win again this year, this time [...]
Feliciano Lopez, Fernando Verdasco, Juan Monaco and Nicolas Almagro are featured in the June 2013 Esquire Latinoamerica in a timely Great Gatsby-themed spread called “The Sport of Glamour.”
Dressed in Ted Baker, John Varvatos, Dolce & Gabanna and more, the sexy Spaniards (and one Argentine) ooze gentlemanly class in the shoot that was done during Indian Wells at [...]
Love is the best medicine and as he nurses an injury that’s taken him off the tennis court for the time being, Feliciano Lopez has been spending time with his beautiful girlfriend, Alba Carrillo. The two have been spotted hanging out in Madrid and, most recently, going shopping!
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Today at the Miami Seaquarium in Key Biscayne, Florida, tennis players posed with some adorable dolphins in a photo shoot to celebrate the 2013 Sony Open. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Feliciano Lopez, Andrea Hlavackova, Varvara Lepchenko, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Angelique Kerber, Carla Suarez Navarro, Lucie Safarova, and Lucie Hradecka were among the players who got the chance to [...]
Today was a very busy day in South Florida for Wilson athletes. Above, Serena Williams (in a fabulous big hat) filmed with young tennis fans at the Biltmore Tennis Center in Coral Gables. Below, Feliciano Lopez, Victoria Azarenka, Petra Kvitova and Kei Nishikori filmed together (in the rain!).
(Photos: Miami Herald, Kei Nishikori)
I took an Art History class in high school so I’m fairly familiar with symbolism in paintings and, let’s be honest, the above photo from Barcelona is the Español version of Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. Though I’m not going to pretend to analyze the photo, I will tell you what I do know.