The WTA wound up it's season with a Premier event in Moscow and an International event in Luxembourg. The only women who got a break were the ones who took one.
Roberta Vinci won the singles title in Luxembourg.
Timea Bacsinszky and Tathiana Garbin were the Luxembourg doubles champions.
Meanwhile in Moscow there was a Victor/Victoria moment.
Victoria Azarenka fought like hell to come back from being down 0-4 in the second set to defeat Maria Kirilenko in straight sets 6-3, 6-4. Kirilenko will have nightmares about that second set.
The ATP staged 250 events in Moscow and Stockholm.
Roger Federer won easily in Stockholm. It seems Jonas Bjorkman managed to detach himself from Roger's anus.
Eric Butorac and Jean-Julien Rojer won the doubles championship.
Dmitry Tursunov and Igor Kunitsyn took the doubles championship.
Viktor Troicki won his first ATP title in Moscow defeating Marcos Baghdatis in three sets.
Congratulations to them all.
Women in the Desert
The White Group is quite competitive while the Maroon Group is pretty, well, WTAish. May the best woman win.
Idle Chit Chat
Maria Sharapova's engagement to Los Angeles Laker Sasha Vujacic was the big news last week. They look very happy in this picture and I'm glad to see that. Of course, being me, I wanted to see the ring.