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So this is ONE way to celebrate …Polish player Jerzy Janowicz rips off his shirt as he celebrates after winning  against French player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the end of their ATP Rome Open tennis tournament. (Photo: TIZIANA FABI/AFP/Getty Images)

So this is ONE way to celebrate …Polish player Jerzy Janowicz rips off his shirt as he celebrates after winning  against French player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the end of their ATP Rome Open tennis tournament. (Photo: TIZIANA FABI/AFP/Getty Images)

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Maybe Mark Sanchez is channeling David Beckham/every soccer player with long hair? The Jets quarterback spoke to the media with his hair slicked back and wearing a green headband that received lots of attention. He says there’s “a little fire” inside him as he faces the prospect of a tough competition this off-season. (Photo: Rich Schultz/The Associated Press)

Maybe Mark Sanchez is channeling David Beckham/every soccer player with long hair? The Jets quarterback spoke to the media with his hair slicked back and wearing a green headband that received lots of attention. He says there’s “a little fire” inside him as he faces the prospect of a tough competition this off-season. (Photo: Rich Schultz/The Associated Press)

In the first sporting event since the Boston Marathon bombings, Bruins fans showed their support for the victims with an emotional rendition of the national anthem.

“It was extremely emotional. I was definitely fighting back tears,” Bruins forward Brad Marchand said. “It’s something that we’ll never forget. For everyone to show their respect and obviously give their thoughts and prayers for everyone, it’s great that everyone is kind of coming together at this time and helping each other out.” (Photos: Jim Rogash/Getty Images; Jimmy Golen/The Associated Press)

Adidas dressed Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia in matching outfits for this year’s Masters. CUTE. Too bad those Sears portrait studios have closed down or else they could get some fun photos for Mom. (Photos: Harry How/Don Emmert/Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

Lindsey Vonn is at the Masters to watch boyfriend Tiger Woods go for his fifth green jacket — but don’t expect to see her following him around the course.

Vonn is still recovering from surgery on her right knee after a horrific ski crash that ended her season at the world championships two months ago. Vonn, who is still wearing a brace, said she will probably watch most of the tournament from the clubhouse.

“I can’t really walk too much,” Vonn told the New York Times. “And it’s so hilly here.”

DON’T GET IT TWISTED: Zhang Kexin of China performs in the women’s short program at the World Team Trophy figure skating competition. (Photo: KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images)

DON’T GET IT TWISTED: Zhang Kexin of China performs in the women’s short program at the World Team Trophy figure skating competition. (Photo: KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images)

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Not that you need another reason to like Tommy Haas, but we will give you one anyway.
The 34-year-old became the oldest tennis player to upset a No. 1 after he beat Novak Djokovic at the Sony Open on Tuesday night.
Even better: This outfit he wore for the last few games. The Associated Press say that he “won ugly.” Lavender shirt, red sweatband, black shoes with lime trim, and a blue hat. Haas doesn’t really care. Because he won.
“Yeah, I’m pretty pathetic I think when it comes to colour matching,” he said after the match. “Sometimes I look at myself in the mirror before I go out and I’m like, ‘Jeez, what was I thinking?’ I guess if I maybe had a clothing contract it would be different.” (Photo: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

Not that you need another reason to like Tommy Haas, but we will give you one anyway.

The 34-year-old became the oldest tennis player to upset a No. 1 after he beat Novak Djokovic at the Sony Open on Tuesday night.

Even better: This outfit he wore for the last few games. The Associated Press say that he “won ugly.” Lavender shirt, red sweatband, black shoes with lime trim, and a blue hat. Haas doesn’t really care. Because he won.

“Yeah, I’m pretty pathetic I think when it comes to colour matching,” he said after the match. “Sometimes I look at myself in the mirror before I go out and I’m like, ‘Jeez, what was I thinking?’ I guess if I maybe had a clothing contract it would be different.” (Photo: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images)

JUMP: Five-time champion Serena Williams advanced Tuesday to the Sony Open semi-finals and tied the women’s record for career victories in the tournament by beating No. 5-seeded Li Na 6-3, 7-6 (5).
The top-ranked Williams overcame six double-faults and rallied in the second set from a 5-2 deficit. She hit six winners in the tiebreaker, including a forehand passing shot cross-court on the final point.
When Williams smacked a winner on match point she jumped for joy cannonball-style, knees high and fist raised.
"I don’t usually leap like that in the quarter-final," she said. "But it was just a good shot." (Photo: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

JUMP: Five-time champion Serena Williams advanced Tuesday to the Sony Open semi-finals and tied the women’s record for career victories in the tournament by beating No. 5-seeded Li Na 6-3, 7-6 (5).

The top-ranked Williams overcame six double-faults and rallied in the second set from a 5-2 deficit. She hit six winners in the tiebreaker, including a forehand passing shot cross-court on the final point.

When Williams smacked a winner on match point she jumped for joy cannonball-style, knees high and fist raised.

"I don’t usually leap like that in the quarter-final," she said. "But it was just a good shot." (Photo: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)


Kim Yu-na’s performances in Vancouver were so majestic it seemed unlikely anyone could ever come that close to perfection again.
“The Queen” sure wants to try.

The Olympic gold medallist returns to major competition for the first time in two years at this week’s World Figure Skating Championships, and she looked so sharp in practices Monday and Tuesday it was as if she had never been away.

“After I won the Olympics, like any other gold medallist out there, I did feel some emptiness in my heart,” Kim, speaking through a translator, said Tuesday night. “I did think about coming back for a long time. What motivated me was that skating is something I’m best at. And it’s something that I love the most, so I want to give it one more try.” (Photo: Toru Yamanaka/AFP/Getty Images)

Kim Yu-na’s performances in Vancouver were so majestic it seemed unlikely anyone could ever come that close to perfection again.

“The Queen” sure wants to try.

The Olympic gold medallist returns to major competition for the first time in two years at this week’s World Figure Skating Championships, and she looked so sharp in practices Monday and Tuesday it was as if she had never been away.

“After I won the Olympics, like any other gold medallist out there, I did feel some emptiness in my heart,” Kim, speaking through a translator, said Tuesday night. “I did think about coming back for a long time. What motivated me was that skating is something I’m best at. And it’s something that I love the most, so I want to give it one more try.” (Photo: Toru Yamanaka/AFP/Getty Images)

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Photo of the week: Paris Saint-Germain’s David Beckham warms up prior to the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg football match Paris Saint-Germain vs Valencia on March 6. (Photo: Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images)

Photo of the week: Paris Saint-Germain’s David Beckham warms up prior to the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg football match Paris Saint-Germain vs Valencia on March 6. (Photo: Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images)

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