You Write the Caption - 22/01/10
Win a bottle of Champagne
Friday 22 January 2010
"Serena, you can shove this ball down the linesman's throat"
Congratulations to Patrick DG for the winning caption, above. A bottle of champagne is on its way to you.
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(Just for your information, here's the real caption: US tennis player Serena Williams (R) signs autographs for supporters after victory in her women's singles match against Czech opponent Petra Kvitova on the fourth day of play at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 21, 2010. Williams won 6-2. 6-1. The Australian Open is taking place from January 18-31. AFP PHOTO/William WEST)
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