A special @MiamiOpen memory. In 1994, @AndreAgassi turned down the chance to force his opponent Pete Sampras into a walkover, giving him the time he needed to recover from a stomach illness to play the match. Sampras went on to win the final 5-7, 6-3, 6-3.
If this doesn't scare Democratic supporters of Joe Biden about his electability strength, it's hard to know what would: It's possible to win an election by scaring people about your opponent, but it's much easier when people are enthusiastic about yours:
Thx @ScrabbleGO for such fun! I really enjoyed playing & I loved that if I win it will benefit @ACLU . Thx to @YaraShahidi 4 being a worthy opponent! Play games to keep a sharp mind & a happy heart, peeps! #scrabblegopartner
The way to win an argument with a political opponent is not to ban them from speaking, but to engage them in open debate, writes Toby Young
Date: December 11, 2015 Opponent: Boston Celtics On The Line: NBA record 24-0 start to the season Result: DUBS WIN Re-live the Dubs making history all day on our feed and tonight in full on @CSNWarriors at 8 PM #WarriorsArchive
What a moment ❤️ Lucas Lacina, a high school wrestler with cerebral palsy, pinned his opponent for the win! (via JillWinger-Lacina/Facebook)