flashback: tennis masters cup, 2004 (houston)

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I was looking for old tennis photos online, and I ran into these pictures taken of the nine guys (including the alternate) who descended upon Houston for the Tennis Masters Cup in 2004.

The Argentines: Guillermo Canas and Gaston Gaudio

The boys: Andy Roddick and Guillermo Coria

The daddies (DILFs?): Lleyton Hewitt and Tim Henman

The ILFs: Marat Safin and Carlos Moya

and Roger Federer

Roger beat Lleyton in straight sets — 6-3, 6-2 — to take his 11th title of 2004 and his second consecutive year-end title.

(photos by Getty Images)

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10 Responses to “flashback: tennis masters cup, 2004 (houston)”

  1. Sonja Says:

    All those pictures look kinda unflattering, just Roger looks like he’s doing an Armani photo shoot. Escpecially the hair is amazing. Whoa, how on earth does he do that?! o_O

  2. babz Says:

    Whoa Roger. Work it, baby.

  3. Carolee Says:

    They all have similar ties. Does anyone know why?

  4. Mercedes Says:

    wow… how come A-Rod look so like a kid from yearbook??

    Roger is sooo perfect!! Amazing!!

  5. rogi Says:

    Roger is beautiful.

  6. Spring Says:

    who marat safin can be so handsome

  7. vetmama Says:

    That was right after Rog cut off the ponytail. Best decision he ever made.
    It isn’t often that someone out-sexy’s Safin at a photo shoot.

    (Carlos was lookin’ good as well!)

  8. brendan Says:

    canas should be in the ILF category. not sure why but i have such a thing for him.

  9. M Says:

    Whew. Those boys get more lovely the further you scroll down, don’t they? :-)

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