2012 Tennis: Funny Images That Will Stay in Your Mind
We were lucky to have watched tennis at its best in 2012.
There were spills and thrills galore, but we also witnessed some funny moments in the year.
Of course, not all of those moments were funny to the individual(s) involved, but it was good to see that everyone had a laugh about it later.
It is not just the veterans or the unknown players who were funny, either.
Without wasting any more time, let's look at the funniest moments that were captured on camera in 2012.
Do let me know if I have missed anything!
Gasquet at French Open
This is not funny at all—in fact, it shows what the red Parisian clay can reduce competitors to.
After a 40-shot rally, the players cramped up and the result was for all to see!
Victoria Azarenka at Flushing Meadows
The Gael Monfils Show
Gael Monfils is a character on the court—and a real one!
Though his ranking has slipped this year, he has been busy on the court with his skills and wit!
Look at the video for more evidence.
Roger Federer with the Ball Boy at Australian Open
The ball boy at the Australian Open gives an insight to his incredible skills by catching the ball hit by Federer!
Fabio Fognini at Wimbledon
Fabio Fognini against Roger Federer at Wimbledon.
Roger Federer and Andy Roddick
Listen to Andy Roddick and Roger Federer after their match at the BNP Paribas Open.
Serena Williams at Blue Madrid
Serena William, after her win over Victoria Azarenka in the Madrid Open final, broke into a celebratory dance.
Andy Murray at London Olympics
Andy Murray won the gold medal for Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics.
After his win, he went over to celebrate the victory with his team.
Once all the hugs and kisses were over, he started walking back. Then...
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Hit Under the Belt by Andy Murray
Andy Murray and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga met each other at the Wimbledon semifinal stage.
During one of the crucial rallies in the match, Murray hit Tsonga under the belt—literally!
Novak Djokovic tries the "Gangnam Style" after winning the China Open.