One Australian Open ball boy needed a lot of ice Thursday.
Twelfth-seeded Feliciano Lopez fired a 121 mph serve that was a shade long and caught the ball boy in the most delicate of spots.
The trooper he is, the ball boy pretended not to notice how much pain he was in, chasing after the loose ball and quickly running back into place.
Lopez, stunned that the kid was still standing, asks “Are you OK?” At that point, the ball boy felt comfortable enough to drop to one knee in pain. He later walked off the court to a well-deserved round of applause.
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The Simpsons figured out years ago the entertainment value of ball in groin jokes.
Like Gulliver, travel downtown this past weekend brought you to a world transformed.
The two were outside about 4:20 a.m. in the 1300 block of South Throop Street when someone fired shots.
Officers responding to a shots fired call about 10 p.m. found the two in the 3800 block of West Ohio Street.
Officers responding to a person shot report found the man lying on a porch with multiple gunshot wounds.
One man, 34, was found in the 300 block of East Huron Street and died at a hospital. Another man later showed up at the hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg.