Welcome to the third installment of your bi-weekly look into what people type in that pesky Google box and somehow arrive to our site. If you missed the first two episodes of this series, you can find them here.
Let’s see what people have been up to in these past two weeks:
When he speaks English? Spanish? Is it the way he plays tennis? His career?
Hmm. How about a moment when you’re having so much fun that you aren’t driven to Google “what is an entertaining moment?”
Because I say so! I determine the rankings! I have all the power! *insert evil laughter*
This has to be the most random Redfoo question ever.
I’m sure his parents do! And according to Facebook, over 28,000 people like Berdych!
The Double-Bagel Heard Around the World
I like how the first two search terms have the result reversed. Maybe they thought it was more likely that Goffin double-bageled Nieminen? Nope, it was the other way around.
Piotr Wozniacki, such a beam of positivity
Anguished Tennis Parents turn to Google for help
Not a bad thing – it means she cares. And that she’s a natural competitor. Also, many, many pros cry when they lose matches. Roger Federer, for one.
Are you giving him a proper breakfast before the matches? That might help.
Once again, The Changeover is NOT a porn site
Something crazy is happening at Tennis.com and nobody told me
I saw they re-designed their site, but I did not see any of that.
The magical powers of Roger Federer
Who knows. Maybe Federer has some sort of device that mass-hypnotizes people into rooting wildly for him during matches. Maybe that’s what he’s spent his millions on these years. Works like a charm in Paris and New York. And pretty much everywhere else. A good investment, Roger.
A-Rod and who?
How that search term lead someone to our site is an absolute mystery.
I’m sure Serena will be very, VERY impressed
But typing “rewlly” fast is not very useful if you don’t type accurately. So Serena won’t be impressed.
Those burning musical questions
Keith Richards? That would be hilarious. Jimmy Page? Also hilarious.
I really hope that person is doing some sort of study about crack as thematic element in music last year. And, you know, not looking for a soundtrack to get high to.
They say hope never dies…
… but Venus is never going to be back to number one in singles. Which is sad. But maybe she can do it in doubles!
Marat Safin and women: an everlasting partnership
98% of them?