After an impressive straight set win last night over native son Lleyton Hewitt in the first round of the Australian Open, the eccentric Janko Tipsarevic revealed that his wife, Biljana Sesevic, has forbid him from adding any more tattoos to his body.
“I am currently on an embargo from my wife not allowing me to do any more,” the Serb said after the three hour win against Hewitt.
Tipsarevic said he six tattoos and he has no regrets getting any of them including the Japanese marked one on his right arm meaning beauty will save the world.
He also talked about how he feared having to play Hewitt in the first round.
“I was going to practice on Margaret Court and Jo (Tsonga) was practicing there,” he said. “He started laughing at me. He said, Who is going to play on center court, singing like a song. I said, No, please.
“But I think Lleyton Hewitt is as tough as it gets for a first round Australian Open first Grand Slam of the year. With all the respect to all the other guys who are potential threats, like Davydenko or Monfils or Dimitrov or whatever, I think this is as tough as it gets, knowing that he plays really good tennis here, knowing that he won Kooyong last week, beating Raonic, Berdych, and Del Potro in the same tournament, even if that was an exhibition event.”
Tomorrow Tipsarevic should have a much lower profile match against Lukas Lacko in the second round.
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