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Fourhand: Berdych's wedding photos, Serena's airborne split

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Fourhand is the Daily Spin's occasional roundup of various hits and misses on tour.

SPLITSVILLE  Serena Williams knows a photo opportunity when she sees one. Staging this particular image on a pair of gymnastics rings makes for one of her better recent works. "Fearless #strongisbeautiful Just do it," she says, and we all agree.


Fearless #strongisbeautiful Just do it

A photo posted by Serena Williams (@serenawilliams) on


STORM'S ON THE WAY  Hannah Storm found herself in a heated argument backstage at the recent ESPY Awards. At issue: Who is the "more dominant athlete of our day," UFC fighter Ronda Rousey ... or Serena? Storm puts a spotlight on the disparate salaries for female professional athletes compared to their male peers here, including the staggering gap in NBA vs. WNBA play ($20.6 million versus $109,000-plus as top pay goes).

WHITE WEDDING  Photos surfaced recently from the wedding day of Tomas Berdych and model wife Ester Satarova. The bride wore a Zuhair Murad gown that showed off her lithe figure as the couple reportedly married in the presence of 20 friends and family members.


My Husband and I

A photo posted by Ester Berdych Satorova (@esterberdychsatorova) on


This particular image isn't from the nuptial, but rather displays Satarova's ongoing penchant for wearing white wherever she goes:


Dinner time with my husband #MC

A photo posted by Ester Berdych Satorova (@esterberdychsatorova) on


Elle magazine's Czech edition has more on Satarova's wedding-day prep

ICYMI  Maria Kirilenko, who has not played a professional tennis match since September 2014, had her first child with husband Alexei Stepanov, who she married in January.

ICYMI BONUS  The New York Times' great visual piece, "What It's Like to Face a 150 M.P.H. Serve."

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