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Judy Murray approves of Felicano Lopez's modeling efforts
Published Mar 28, 2018
Vanity Fair Espana saw fit to lay eyes once again on Feliciano Lopez for its April cover, even if it inexplicably placed the 36-year-old Spanish star in front of an ornate wall covering in a wet, white T-shirt.
No contest: Feli wins. That's certainly what Judy Murray would say, as she couldn't help but weigh in on his shape in water. A singles and doubles threat both, Lopez likely has an open invitation forever to serve as Judy's mixed doubles partner.
What's more, in the interview itself, he says, "I still believe in love, I do not throw in the towel." (Cue Judy: "Do tell me more.")
Lopez finds his abdominals on display in a couple scenes of an accompanying video compilation:
In actual tennis news, Lopez recently confirmed that he will return to the Queen's Club event to defend his 2017 singles title, as well as that he will forsake appearing at the forthcoming U.S. Clay Court Championships in Texas in favor of playing in the Davis Cup competition.
The Spanish team also features one Rafael Nadal and plays host to a strong German team.
But for now, he's enjoying those still-life images in repose.