Hat Seal (56) etwa eine neue Freundin? Während seine Ex-Frau Heidi Klum (46) inzwischen glücklich mit dem Tokio Hotel-Gitarristen Tom Kaulitz (30) verheiratet ist, ging der Musiker in den vergangenen Monaten – zumindest offiziell – als Single-Mann durchs Leben Zuletzt wurde dem Briten eine Liaison mit Schauspielerin Charlize Theron (44) nachgesagt, diese Spekulationen haben sich jedoch nie als wahr erwiesen Nun scheint Seal wirklich wieder Schmetterlinge im Bauch zu haben. Aktuelle Paparazzi-Fotos zeigen ihn turtelnd mit einer hübschen Blondine!Am Freitag verbrachten die beiden Zeit auf einem Tennisplatz im US-Bundesstaat Florida – ein passender Ort für ein Date, schließlich handelt es sich bei Seals Begleitung um die slowenische Profi-Spielerin Tina Hojnik Wie die Bilder dokumentieren, hatte die Sportskanone den “Kiss From A Rose”-Interpreten zunächst ordentlich über den Platz gejagt Als Belohnung gab es bei der anschließenden Erfrischungspause zarte Küsse für den Soul-Sänger Außerdem hielten die Turteltauben Händchen und umarmten sich.Ob Seal und Tina fest zusammen sind, ist bisher nicht bekannt Entweder ist ihre Liebe also noch recht frisch – oder sie wollten damit bisher nicht an die Öffentlichkeit gehen Was denkt ihr: Handelt es sich um was Ernstes? Stimmt in unserer Umfrage unter dem Artikel ab!
Australian Wimbledon hopeful John Millman had to send his father to buy new underwear yesterday when officials told him his colourful briefs broke the strict all-white rule .He asked his father Ron, who he nicknames The Fox, to make a mad dash to a local shop to find briefs more suitable for the tastes of the All England Club .But after coming to his rescue, he said The Fox’s punishment has been downgraded to half-a-strike.’I don’t know where he got them from, but he walks everywhere He walks here every day from Clapham,’ Millman said. ‘The Lotto pants this year are really thin, which is good for us, it feels like you are playing naked out there ‘I shouldn’t say this, but I have worn those undies, or similar types, for the last few years.’But this year they came down hard, as they do But The Fox delivered. Good man, he has rubbed half a stroke off.’Millman held up well to a serving barrage from Raonic, who leads the championships with 52 aces One thunderbolt from the 2016 finalist eclipsed the 236kmh mark – just shy of the record 238kmh hurled down by giant American Taylor Dent in 2010 Raonic crunched 32 aces, in a match dominated by serve as Millman held his own with both players being broken just once.’I thought I served pretty well, missed one or two in the tiebreak and that was the difference,’ he said ‘I thought he returned well. He picked up one or two from his toes.’But that is tennis. I knew it was going to be a tough game and I did everything I could out there ‘.’The way I have been hitting the ball. I honestly felt I could beat a good few guys that are left in the draw,’ the 29-year-old said ‘That’s not me being cocky or confident. I just thought there was a lot of guys that I could beat. I just come up against a pretty tough test in the big Canadian ‘
Fans are gearing up for arguably the most popular day of the Wimbledon tournament as ‘Manic Monday’ returns The second Monday of the championships is the only time when all of the men’s and women’s singles matches take place on the same day with huge stars in action including former winners Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal A host of celebrities flocked to the courts today to see all the drama including stalwart Sir Cliff Richard while many fellow athletes including England cricketer Jason Roy, golfers Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood and the most successful sailor in Olympic history Sir Ben Ainslie But it’s been a bad year for the Brits, with no home nation player making it through to the second week of singles competition for the first time since 2007 Jamie Murray continues to fly the flag for the UK in doubles action however, once again pulling a double shift competing in the men’s doubles and the mixed doubles But fellow Brit Dominic Inglot may have trouble keeping his rivalry with own doubles partner Franko Skugor under wraps in their third-round match with the Croatian’s country facing off against England in the World Cup semi final on Wednesday The Scot is defending his mixed doubles crown from 2017 that he won with Martina Hingis, although he is competing alongside former Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka this year Players and fans alike have endured a relentless heatwave in the first week but the mercury is set to drop down to cooler temperatures in the next few days Highs of 80F are forecast for the afternoon, but it appears as though clouds may help impede the worst heat from the glaring sun Share this article Share Temperatures will drop to the low 20s Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as a cool, cloudy conditions sweep in, with the chance of showers on Wednesday The mercury looks set to rise to above 77F from Friday, with cloud cover set to burn off, and the chance of hot, sun-drenched courts at the weekend for the finals Wimbledon’s first week was full of shock results, with nine of the top 10 women’s seeds and five of the top 10 men crashing out early on Despite their advancing years, the ‘old guard’ of tennis are dominating the sport on the grass courts this year and Federer, Williams and Nadal are yet to drop a set The only remaining top-10 women’s seed is Karolina Pliskova, who could not have foreseen this situation at the start of the tournament having never previously been beyond the second round The Czech, a former US Open finalist, next faces 20th seed Kiki Bertens, who knocked out Venus Williams in round three Pliskova said: ‘I think it’s very lucky that, of all of the top 10, only I am in. Everything is possible You can see everybody is playing great tennis. There’s so many close matches.’Williams has extended her run of unbeaten matches at the All England Club to 17 after winning the title in 2015 and 2016 before taking last year off ahead of the birth of her daughter Olympia She faces a fellow mother in Russian surprise package Evgeniya Rodina and insists she feels no pressure as the title favourite ‘Not many other people on the tour have won 23 (slam singles titles), so I’m in a unique position,’ she said ‘I mean, Roger is very close. He’s catching up. He’s right there. I can see him. But that’s amazing There’s only a handful of people that can say that they don’t have to do anything else in their career ‘ Federer reached 19 by winning his eighth title 12 months ago and extended that to 20 at the Australian Open in January The Swiss is yet to face a break point let alone drop a set and France’s Adrian Mannarino will have his work cut out to change that Excitement is growing at the prospect of another Federer-Nadal final 10 years after their classic meeting, but the Spaniard is among those hoping it does not happen Nadal, who will meet Czech Jiri Vesely as he bids to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 2011, said: ‘If I am in the final, I prefer to face an easier opponent I am not stupid. But if I am in the final, it will be great news.’Djokovic lost the opening set to Britain’s Kyle Edmund in the third round but showed in his response both on the court and to the hostile crowd that the hunger is well and truly back He takes on Russian Karen Khachanov while fifth seed Juan Martin del Potro, eighth seed Kevin Anderson and former runner-up Milos Raonic stand out as the most likely challengers to the big guns
Oti Mabuse, 29, is a fan favourite on the popular dance series Strictly Come Dancing, and will soon be hitting the ballroom dance floor in the new series The BBC star has revealed her “devastation” after Made In Chelsea star Jamie Laing, 30, had to quit the BBC show after he suffered an injury The Strictly star admitted she thought she would no longer be a part of the current series, when the dancer chatted to Radio Times She told the publication: “I was devastated when Jamie hurt himself and I had a long, tearful conversation with him “For a while I thought I had no partner and I was in bed all day thinking ‘I can’t do the show!’” Fortunately, for the ballroom professional one of the show bosses assured her they were looking into the situation Oti said: “When they called and told me about Kelvin, I cried and it turns out he’s incredible ” The South-African dancer’s emotional revelation, comes after it was announced Jamie could no longer take part in the show Earlier this month, the reality television star suffered a leg injury which left him unable to carry on in the competition Jamie has since been replaced by Emmerdale actor Kevin Fletcher, 35. The Made In Chelsea star, who made the decision to quit the BBC show addressed his replacement in a congratulatory Instagram video In view of his 889,000 followers, Jamie said: “Happy Sunday everyone! I just wanted to give a big congratulations and shout out to Kelvin Fletcher who’s taking my place in Strictly this year ” The TV personality then thanked the soap star for reaching out to him earlier in the day and wished him the best of luck on the programme He continued: “Buddy, thank you for your message. I’m sending one back because honestly you’re going to have the best time and you’re going to rock the dance floor, can’t wait “Plus you have Oti, so go on kill it. Good luck.” Radio Times [Radio Times] Jamie’s statement comes after Kelvin admitted his Strictly announcement was “bittersweet” due to the reality star’s “misfortune” The Emmerdale actor told his 114,000 followers: “I love music and I love to dance, but that doesn’t mean I’ll be any good because once you put choreography in there and a few dance moves, who knows? “But we’ll see I’m so excited to meet the professionals and the rest of the cast. Admittedly it’s bittersweet, obviously Jamie’s misfortune, I can’t help but feel for him ”