Over the course of the next several days, Bad Gone Blog is going to profile one of the many “Bad Hot” female tennis players. Check back frequently to indulge yourself in their magnificent beauty.

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

The next “Bad Hot” female tennis player we are going to profile is Agnieszka Radwanska. She recently posed nude in the Sports Illustrated’s nude issue which is due to hit stands in the very near future.

The sexy Miss Radwanska was born in Krakow, Poland on 3/06/89 and she still resides there currently. She stands 5 foot 8 inches tall and weighs 123 pounds. She is currently ranked 4th in the WTA tour standings having won 2 singles titles this year and 12 overall in her career.

She is only 24 years old, and she should have many more good years ahead of her.

For those of you who love those European Polish ladies, you are going to love her. You will see why she is on our list of “Bad Hot” tennis players (by clicking on the pictures a full sized version will open for more pleasurable viewing).

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

 


Former Phillies catcher Darren Daulton, who underwent brain surgery earlier this month to remove two tumors, has been diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer.

Here is a statement released by 97.5 FM The Fanatic: On behalf of the Board of the Darren Daulton Foundation, and on behalf of Darren and his family, the following is an update on Darren’s condition and the September 9th golf outing at LuLu Country Club.

Darren has been diagnosed with a Glioblastoma (“GBM”), a form of brain cancer. He has returned to his Clearwater area home to continue recuperating amongst his immediate family and friends. He will eventually begin treatments in Florida. Darren and his family wish to thank everyone for their loving support throughout this difficult time. He is deeply touched.

In typical fashion, he again said, “Right on; Fight on.” Darren and his family request that everyone respect his privacy and that of his family during this period of time. At his urging, I can report that the September 9, 2013 golf tournament that benefits the Foundation will continue as planned.

The statement is unclear on whether or not all cancerous cells have been removed, but according to the American Brain Tumor Association’s website, these tumors “are usually highly malignant (cancerous) because the cells reproduce quickly and they are supported by a large network of blood vessels.”

This is a very difficult form of cancer to treat, according to ABTA: Prognosis is usually reported in years of “median survival.” Median survival is the time at which an equal number of patients do better and an equal number of patients do worse. With standard treatment, median survival for adults with an anaplastic astrocytoma is about two to three years. For adults with more aggressive glioblastoma, treated with concurrent temozolamide and radiation therapy, median survival is about 14.6 months and two-year survival is 30%.

However, a 2009 study reported that almost 10% of patients with glioblastoma may live five years or longer.

 


On Thursday at Wimbledon, Marion Bartoli advanced to her second ever Wimbledon final with a convincing win over Kristen Flipkens. That semifinal win might have been expected, but something that ESPN brought to our attention during the telecast was a number that had a lot of us doing a double take.

Bartoli is apparently a pretty smart young woman, so smart that her IQ is higher than that of notables like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking.

The average American IQ is 98, the same average as in France, so Bartoli is well above that number. Her IQ of 175 has her in the top 0.0003 percent of the world, so yeah, that’s a staggering number from a pretty darn good tennis player.

But, we wouldn’t be doing our job if we didn’t give you the best quote ever about Intelligent Quotient, by a man on the list you see above.

“People who boast about their I.Q. are losers,” Stephen Hawking once said. Take that, Bartoli!

 


Over the course of the next several days, Bad Gone Blog is going to profile one of the many “Bad Hot” female tennis players. Check back frequently to indulge yourself in their magnificent beauty.

The next “Bad Hot” female tennis player we are going to profile is Iveta Benesova.

The stunning Miss Benesova was born in Most, Czech Republic on 2/01/83 and she still resides there currently. She stands 5 foot 7 inches tall and weighs 123 pounds. She is currently ranked 662nd in the WTA tour standings having won 2 singles titles over the years.

She is only 30 years old, so she her tennis career is winding down.

For those of you who love those European Czech ladies, you are going to love her. You will see why she is on our list of “Bad Hot” tennis players (by clicking on the pictures a full sized version will open for more pleasurable viewing).

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Iveta Benesova

Be sure to check out our other “Bad Hot” tennis player profiles Ana Ivanovic
Maria Sharapova
Daniela Hantuchova
Maria Kirilenko
Elena Dementieva
Tatiana Golovin
Alona Bondarenko
Gisela Dulko
Nicole Vadisova
Victoria Azarenka
Dominika Cibulkova (with new pics)
Simona Halep
Ashley Harkleroad
Sorana Cirstea
Romana Tabakova
Sunitha Rao
Sabine Lisicki
Klara Zakopalova
Vitalia Diatchenko

I look forward to seeing this lovely tennis player in many events over the next few years.

Check back often for a new “Bad Hot” tennis profile with pictures and possible videos for your viewing pleasure.

~Boo~

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Over the course of the next several days, Bad Gone Blog is going to profile one of the many “Bad Hot” female tennis players. Check back frequently to indulge yourself in their magnificent beauty.

The next “Bad Hot” female tennis player we are going to profile is Vitalia Diatchenko.

The stunning Miss Diatchenko was born in Sochi, Russia on 8/02/90 and she now resides in Moscow, Russia. She stands 5 foot 11 inches tall and weighs 132 pounds. She is currently ranked 672nd in the WTA tour standings.

She is only 22 years old, so she should have plenty of time to further her tennis career. She may not be the highest ranked, but she is definitely one of the best looking lady tennis players.

For those of you who love tall, lean athletic Russian women, you are going to love her. You will see why she is on our list of “Bad Hot” tennis players (by clicking on the pictures a full sized version will open for more pleasurable viewing).

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Vitalia Diatchenko

Be sure to check out our other “Bad Hot” tennis player profiles Ana Ivanovic
Maria Sharapova
Daniela Hantuchova
Maria Kirilenko
Elena Dementieva
Tatiana Golovin
Alona Bondarenko
Gisela Dulko
Nicole Vadisova
Victoria Azarenka
Dominika Cibulkova (with new pics)
Simona Halep
Ashley Harkleroad
Sorana Cirstea
Romana Tabakova
Sunitha Rao
Sabine Lisicki
Klara Zakopalova

I look forward to seeing this lovely tennis player in many events over the next few years.

Check back often for a new “Bad Hot” tennis profile with pictures and possible videos for your viewing pleasure.

~Boo~


Over the course of the next several days, Bad Gone Blog is going to profile one of the many “Bad Hot” female tennis players. Check back frequently to indulge yourself in their magnificent beauty.

The next “Bad Hot” female tennis player we are going to profile is Klara Zakopalova.

The gorgeous Mrs Zakopalova was born in Prague, Czech Republic on 2/24/82 and where she also currently resides. She stands 5 foot 5 1/4 inches tall and weighs 121 pounds. She is currently ranked 43rd in the WTA tour standings.

She has been ranked as high as 20th in the world in singles.

For those of you who love those Czech ladies, you are going to love her. You will see why she is on our list of “Bad Hot” tennis players (by clicking on the pictures a full sized version will open for more pleasurable viewing).

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Klara Zakopalova

Be sure to check out our other “Bad Hot” tennis player profiles Ana Ivanovic, Maria Sharapova, Maria Kirilenko, Elena Dementieva, Tatiana Golovin, Alona Bondarenko, Gisela Dulko, Nicole Vadisova, Victoria Azarenka Dominika Cibulkova, Sorana Cirstea and Simona Halep.

I look forward to seeing this lovely tennis player in many events over the next few years.

Check back often for a new “Bad Hot” tennis profile with pictures and possible videos for your viewing pleasure.

~Boo~

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Over the course of the next several days, Bad Gone Blog is going to profile one of the many “Bad Hot” female tennis players. Check back frequently to indulge yourself in their magnificent beauty.

The next “Bad Hot” female tennis player we are going to profile is Sabine Lisicki.

The sexy Miss Lisicki was born in Troisdorf, Germany on 9/22/89 and she now resides in Bradenton, Florida. She recently upset women’s top seeded Serena Williams at Wimbledon. She stands 5 foot 10 inches tall and weighs 154 pounds. She is currently ranked 24th in the WTA tour standings.

She is only 22 years old, so she should have plenty of solid years left in her tennis career. She has been ranked as high as 12th in the world and her upset of Serena should bump her up even further in the rankings.

For those of you who love tall, strong athletic women, you are going to love her. You will see why she is on our list of “Bad Hot” tennis players (by clicking on the pictures a full sized version will open for more pleasurable viewing).

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Sabine Lisicki

Be sure to check out our other “Bad Hot” tennis player profiles Ana Ivanovic, Maria Sharapova, Maria Kirilenko, Elena Dementieva, Tatiana Golovin, Alona Bondarenko, Gisela Dulko, Nicole Vadisova, Victoria Azarenka Dominika Cibulkova, Sorana Cirstea and Simona Halep.

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I look forward to seeing this lovely tennis player in many events over the next few years.

Check back often for a new “Bad Hot” tennis profile with pictures and possible videos for your viewing pleasure.

~Boo~

Danica Patrick wins Daytona 500 Pole


Danica Patrick

Danica Patrick has won the Daytona 500 pole, becoming the first woman to secure the top spot for any Sprint Cup race.

It was the biggest achievement of her four-year NASCAR career. Patrick went out eighth in the qualifying session Sunday and covered the 2 ½-mile superspeedway in 45.817 seconds, averaging 196.434 mph.

“Hopefully, there are good things to come,” Patrick said. She waited about two hours as 37 fellow drivers tried to take her spot. Only four-time Cup champion Jeff Gordon even came close to knocking her off.

Gordon was the only other driver who topped 196 mph. He locked up the other guaranteed spot in next week’s season-opening Daytona 500.

“It’s great to be part of history,” Gordon said. “I can say I was the fastest guy today.”

The rest of the field will be set in duel qualifying races Thursday.

However the lineup unfolds, all drivers will line up behind Patrick’s No. 10 Chevrolet SS for “The Great American Race.”

“We say it’s not really us, but she’s got to do her part, too,” team owner and fellow driver Tony Stewart said. “She did a really good job. I’m proud of all of us.”

Patrick has been the talk of Speedweeks. Not only did she open up about her budding romance with fellow Sprint Cup rookie Ricky Stenhouse Jr., but she was considered the front-runner for the pole after turning the fastest laps in practice Saturday. And she didn’t disappoint.

She kept her car at or near the bottom of the famed track and gained ground on the straightaways, showing lots of power from a Hendrick Motorsports engine.

The result surely felt good, especially considering the former IndyCar driver has mostly struggled in three NASCAR seasons. Her best finish in 10 Cup races is 17th, and she has one top-five in 58 starts in the second-tier Nationwide Series.

She raced part-time in 2010 and 2011 while still driving a full IndyCar slate. She switched solely to stock cars last season and finished 10th in the Nationwide standings.

She made the jump to Sprint Cup this season and will battle Stenhouse for Rookie of the Year honors.

But taking the pole will make her the talk of the town for another week. She also won the pole at Daytona for last year’s Nationwide race.

This is considerably bigger.

The previous highest female qualifier in a Cup race was Janet Guthrie. She started ninth at Bristol and Talladega in 1977.

“That’s a really big deal because qualifying for the Daytona 500 is really interesting thing,” Patrick said. “If you’re anywhere but the front row, it’s really hard to see on race day. This just speaks volumes of Stewart-Haas Racing. It just shows what a great organization it is.”

 


Team executives and agents wandered into the Agave Sunset lounge at the resort where the general managers’ meetings were held in Indian Wells, Calif. Four of the six flat-screen televisions were showing election coverage, with the other two turned to sports.

President Barack Obama’s victory over Mitt Romney was of as much interest to baseball’s money men as the game scores, given the millions of dollars routinely guaranteed in player contracts these days.

As free agents negotiate deals this offseason, tax policy is an area that comes up along with the usual issues. Some players are wrangling for as much money as they can get before the end of the year to avoid a take hike in 2013.

“Front-loading would make sense if at all possible as tax rates will definitely go up on January 1st on all high-income taxpayers,” agent Greg Genske said in an email. “The only question is HOW MUCH will the rates increase????”

This much is known for now: Starting Jan. 1, there is an additional 0.9 percent Medicare tax on wages above $200,000 for individuals and $250,000 for married couples filing jointly under the federal Affordable Care Act, a rise to 2.35 percent.

In addition, the Bush tax cuts are scheduled to expire at the end of the year, which could raise the highest marginal federal tax rate from 35 percent to 39.6 percent — although a deal between Obama and Congress could change that.

Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane figures agents will be on top of the changes — but the results of negotiations about the so-called fiscal cliff are unpredictable.

“I think if you’re hopping around the potential of tax reform, you’re probably chasing your tail,” Beane said. “If they can predict when something’s going to happen, then they’re much further ahead than the lawmakers.”

With baseball contracts worth as much as $275 million (Alex Rodriguez) and the major league minimum $480,000, tax policy affects every player who spends most of the season in the big leagues.

All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes, who has a $10 million salary next year, was traded from the Miami Marlins to the Toronto Blue Jays. While Florida has no state income tax, Reyes remains a New York resident from his days with the Mets and had high taxes to begin with. Ontario’s provincial tax rises to 11.16 percent — on top of a Canadian federal level as high as 29 percent.

Among states with big league teams, income tax rates go as high as 10.3 percent in California and 8.82 percent in New York. At the other end, Florida, Texas and Washington have no state income tax. The top rate in the District of Columbia is 8.95 percent.

“I like ours; we’re a no-tax state,” Seattle Mariners general manager Jack Zdurienck said. “When we sit down with players, that’s a huge benefit. I think any player out there that has an opportunity to play in a no-tax state gets benefits, enormous benefits. We hope that weighs in our favor.”

According to an analysis done by a tax lawyer on the staff of agent Scott Boras, a player with a $10 million salary and average deductions who plays in Florida and is a resident of that state will see his taxes rise from $3.45 million this year to $4.09 million next year under current law. If traded to the Blue Jays, that player’s 2013 tax would rise to $4.27 million. And if dealt to a California team, the tax would go up to $4.4 million.

By moving money from salary into signing bonuses, players can sometimes lower their state tax bills. Shifting money into December this year could reduce federal taxes.

“Tax measures are going to be discussed, but change most likely carries compromise on both sides,” Boras said. “One thing is clear based on the nation’s ballot totals: Many Americans are split on this subject.”

In the end, most free agents choose teams based on where they want to play, not on lowering the tax cut on their income.

“It’s a factor, maybe even a small factor,” agent Craig Landis said. “If there’s 50 variables, you can now make it a 51st. It’s not usually going to be the drive, but it’s something to consider.”

And for teams, only the big spenders need worry.

Beane’s Athletics, for instance, had the lowest payroll in the majors last season.

“It’s probably not a situation I’ll have to face in Oakland too much,” he said.

 


Former Bears coach and Hall of Fame tight end Mike Ditka was hospitalized Friday after suffering what he said doctors told him was a “very minor stroke.”

Contacted Friday evening, Ditka said, “I feel good right now and it’s not a big deal.”

Ditka was at a suburban country club playing cards Friday when he noticed his hands “weren’t working quite right,” and then he had a problem speaking.

Ditka, 73, has not had any major health problems in recent years. But in 1988 when he was coaching the Bears he suffered a heart attack.

These days, Ditka spends his time doing broadcast work for ESPN, tending to his restaurant Ditka’s on East Chestnut in the Tremont Hotel, making appearances and playing golf.

Ditka will not fulfill his ESPN duties from Bristol, Conn., this weekend, the network said.

After he suffered his heart attack at 49, he was back in the office eight days later and back on the sidelines in 11 days against doctor’s orders.

At the time, Ditka said he was “embarrassed” by the heart attack, and he reflected on his mortality when he returned to Halas Hall.

“I don’t know what I experienced,” he said at the time. “I think I almost experienced embarrassment. It kind of was embarrassing that it happened to me. I mean, how could this ever happen to me? That’s the way I felt in the beginning, and then it didn’t matter. I mean it was so bad at a certain point that I knew that we’re just mortals. I mean, we’re here for a while and then we’re gone. It can happen to anybody at any time. It was a very humbling feeling after that, believe me.”

The Bears made Ditka the fifth overall pick in the 1961 draft out of Pittsburgh. He was rookie of the year and went to five straight Pro Bowls for the Bears. As a pass catching tight end, he helped redefine the position.

Ditka eventually ran afoul of owner-coach George Halas and was traded to the Eagles in 1967. He finished up his playing career with the Cowboys.

In 1982, Halas hired Ditka to coach his team. Ditka was coach of the year in 1985, when the Bears won the Super Bowl, and in 1988. After going 5-11 in 1992, Ditka was fired.

He coached the Saints for three seasons, retiring with a record of 121-95, before settling into his broadcasting career. Ditka is one of only two men, Tom Flores being the other, to win a Super Bowl as a player, assistant coach and head coach.

 




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