vamos-rafa:

fuck-yeah-tennis:

nakki-jp:

Cute Rafa’s reaction at answering question about difference about playing indoors :)

MARRY ME???

YOU are my sunshine

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nestyanyan:

They went from #excited to #still? to #yeahyeah to #sleepy 

I love how one of them is #superpsyched  and the other is #notimpressed. 

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lickystickypickyshe:

At first glance, this parasite-prey relationship seems much like any other: the female wasp stings the cockroach, lays an egg on its abdomen, and once hatched, the hungry larva feeds on the cockroach. However, while most parasitic insects tend to paralyse their victims with a venomous sting, the emerald wasp instead manipulates the cockroach’s behaviour, essentially transforming it into a zombie slave.
With two stings the cockroach is left with the ability to walk, but is entirely robbed of the power to initiate its own movement. The wasp, now tired after administering two stings, regains its energy by cutting off the ends of the cockroach’s antennae, and drinking its blood. Revitalised, it then latches on to the stung cockroach’s antennae and, much like an obedient toddler being lead to his first day of school, the submissive insect follows the wasp’s orders.
In the meantime the wasp also lays an egg on the cockroach, which hatches after three or four days. The hatched larva chews its way into the cockroach’s abdomen, where it proceeds to eat the internal organs in a precise order. This ensures that the docile victim stays alive for the next four days, until the larva eventually forms a cocoon inside it.
With time, the fully-grown wasp emerges from the host’s body and continues this vicious cycle. Through it all, the stupefied roach, although able to move, shows no desire to struggle, flee, or fight, even as it is being eaten alive from the inside.

lickystickypickyshe:

At first glance, this parasite-prey relationship seems much like any other: the female wasp stings the cockroach, lays an egg on its abdomen, and once hatched, the hungry larva feeds on the cockroach. However, while most parasitic insects tend to paralyse their victims with a venomous sting, the emerald wasp instead manipulates the cockroach’s behaviour, essentially transforming it into a zombie slave.

With two stings the cockroach is left with the ability to walk, but is entirely robbed of the power to initiate its own movement. The wasp, now tired after administering two stings, regains its energy by cutting off the ends of the cockroach’s antennae, and drinking its blood. Revitalised, it then latches on to the stung cockroach’s antennae and, much like an obedient toddler being lead to his first day of school, the submissive insect follows the wasp’s orders.

In the meantime the wasp also lays an egg on the cockroach, which hatches after three or four days. The hatched larva chews its way into the cockroach’s abdomen, where it proceeds to eat the internal organs in a precise order. This ensures that the docile victim stays alive for the next four days, until the larva eventually forms a cocoon inside it.

With time, the fully-grown wasp emerges from the host’s body and continues this vicious cycle. Through it all, the stupefied roach, although able to move, shows no desire to struggle, flee, or fight, even as it is being eaten alive from the inside.

(Source: iflscience.com)

thefootballgifsmore:

This made me cry :(

thankyou Roger you gave us the best you could !!!

gif by :)

follow for more tennis gifs :) 

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Rafael Nadal +  RG2014
► Last RG post before I welcome the grass season.

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serenasmash:

2014 roland garros men’s singles champion or 5 year old boy who’s lost him mum at the supermarket??? you decide

serenasmash:

2014 roland garros men’s singles champion or 5 year old boy who’s lost him mum at the supermarket??? you decide

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hongyidavid:

#Kin9 of Clay #Dreaming #Ma9ic 

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nana-madridsta:

Rafael Nadal - Roland Garros Champion 2014

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NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY