Novak Djokovic & Lionel Messi

Novak Djokovic (born 22 May 1987) is a Serbian professional tennis player who is ranked the World No. Lionel Andrés Messi (born 24 June 1987) is an Argentine footballer who plays in La Liga for FC Barcelona and captains the Argentina national team, mainly as a forward. 5.0/5

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Usain Bolt, Steph Curry, Novak Djokovic, Lewis Hamilton, Lionel Messi & Jordan Spieth have been nominated for Sportsma…
Lionel Messi has won the ESPY award for Best International Athlete, beating Novak Djokovic, Lewis Hamilton, Lydia Ko and Cr…
Let me help Sharia/Sahara reporters with this from time magazine maybe you can change your propaganda and campaign of calumny in Nigeria political terrain; Time lists Jonathan, Obama, Hillary Clinton among World’s 100 Most Influential People Time magazine has listed Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan as one of the 100 Most Influential Persons in the World. Jonathan is the only African leader on the list, published on Wednesday. It is also the cover story of the current edition of Time. The list also includes United States President Barrack Obama; U.S Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton; hacking group, Anonymous; American billionaire, Warren Buffet; German chancellor, Angela Merkel; President of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde; Iran’s spiritual leader, Ayatollah Khamenei; Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu; footballer, Lionel Messi; Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff; new North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un; Syrian President Bashar Assad; American Republican presidential ca ...
Novak Djokovic: “When I see Lionel Messi play, I feel we have something in common — our search for excellence and perfectio…
Sooo... watching Novak Djokovic and Lionel Messi ... At d same tym, is exposure to too much awesomeness.
Virat Kohli only Indian in most marketable athlete list May 20, 2014, 04.21PM IST PTI NEW DELHI: Indian batting star Virat Kohli has been rated second behind British Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton in the list of most marketable athletes by the UK magazine, 'SportsPro'. The list, driven by marketing potential over the next three years based on value for money, age, home market, charisma, willingness to be marketed and crossover appeal, has Virat as the only Indian sportsperson in the June edition of the London-based magazine. Former England batsman and Delhi Daredevils skipper Kevin Pietersen (35) is the only cricketer other than Kohli, 25, to feature in the top-50 list. Brazilian soccer star Neymar, who topped the chart in the previous two editions of the magazine, has now slipped to the seventh spot. In a list comprising Christiano Ronaldo (4) Usain Bolt (6), Lionel Messi (11), Novak Djokovic (15), Andy Murray (21), Rory Mcilroy (24), Sebastian Vettel (27) and Victoria Azarenka (31), Kohli's No. 2 spot ...
Why can't cricket be bold enough to acknowledge Sachin Tendulkar as the greatest over Don Bradman? It’s Twenty20 season. And once in a while during such despairing times, cricket fans are treated to nostalgic reflections of the glory days and rants against what the game has lost in terms of dilution of its purity. I don’t know if I feel this way because I have watched more of cricket than any other sport, but cricket truly revels in the art of basking in reflected glory. Football freaks have Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Tennis fans have Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic (and Rafael Nadal, and Andy Murray, before you shoot me). Basketball has Lebron James. Sprinting has Usain Bolt. While cricket still has Sir Don Bradman. As the decades roll by, cricket still looks back at the achievements of an Australian great from the first half of the 20th century as an unqualified exemplar of genius. In the years since, we have had Gary Sobers, Vivian Richards, Sunil Gavaskar, Brian Lara and Sachin Tendulka ...
Lionel Messi wins ESPY[excellence in Sports Performance yearly award]. Ahead of C. Ronaldo and Novak Djokovic. Nothing for C. Ronaldo Messi all d way
Messi wins the Best Athlete award at ESPY IBNLive Sports | 13-Jul 14:57 PM Los Angeles: Barcelona star Lionel Messi has been voted the Best International Athlete at the 2012 ESPY awards held here on Thursday. The Argentine had a record-breaking season at Camp Nou, scoring 50 goals in La Liga and 73 goals in the 2011-12 season. He also finished as the UEFA Champions League's top scorer for a fourth consecutive season with 14 goals. Messi received the award for his Excellence in Sports Performance - an accolade started in 1993 by sports network ESPN to recognise both individual and collective team achievements. The pint-sized magician held off a stiff competition from a host of world's biggest sporting stars like Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, LPGA Championship winner Yani Tseng, as well as his Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo. NBA star Lebron James walked away with a trio of trophies after being voted the Best Male Athlete, Best NBA Player and winning the Best Championship Performance award. Mean ...
Lionel Messi has been voted as best international athlete in d 2012 ESPY awards,beating Christiano Ronaldo, Novak Djokovic and Yani Tseng.
LONDON: Team India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has pipped the likes of 'Sprint King' Usain Bolt, tennis ace Novak Djokovic and teammate Sachin Tendulkar in the latest list of world's 100 richest sportspersons, released by the Forbes magazine. According to the list, Dhoni is ranked31st, which is way ahead of Djokovic (62nd), Bolt (63rd) and Tendulkar (78th). Star footballers Wayne Rooney and Fernando Torresare also behind Dhoni in the latest list. Boxing champion Floyd Mayweathertopped the list with a total earnings of $85 million while Fillipino pugilist Manny Pacquiao, with earnings of $62 million, and golf legend Tiger Woods, with $59.4 million, are second and third. Of his total earnings of 26.5 million, Dhoni earns 23 m through endorsements. Tendulkar has earned $18.6 million with 16.5 m from endorsements. Interestingly, the Indian captain's earnings through endorsements are more than the world's most popular footballer Lionel Messi. Although Messi is 11th in the list with total earnings of $39 milli ...
Me, Myself and I on Sunday All: I want to be Michael Jordan-Kobe Bryant in NBA and James Yap in PBA.. To be Novak Djokovic in tennis..To be Liam Neeson in Holywood. Be like Alberto Contador in cycling. To be ahead of Lionel Messi-Cristiano Ronaldo in World Cup. And to be Tim Lincecum in World Series. But I am only being James Torres for You. Good Sunday for all of us.
What do Jeremy Lin, Tim Tebow, tennis' Novak Djokovic, soccer star Lionel Messi and LPGA golfer Yani Tseng all...
TIME magazine released their ninth annual TIME 100, a list of the 100 most influential people in the world, and there’s just one name from the world of football on it. Lionel Andres Messi. The Barcelona star joins a handful of sports figures on the list (Jeremy Lin, Tim Tebow, and Novak Djokovic are...
Tim Tebow and Jeremy Lin, known for their faith as well as their athletic exploits, are among six athletes named to Time’s list of the 100 Most Influential People. Others are Lionel Messi, Novak Djokovic, Oscar Pistorius and Yani Tseng.
Oscar Pistorious. Lionel Messi. Novak Djokovic.Tim Tebow and Jeremy Lin feature in time 100 most influential people in this wild world.
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