So much has happened this week in the world of the rich and famous. From red carpet disses to fashion misses, here’s some of the top celebrity news.
Adrian Peterson waited a full day to make sure to get his words right in a statement about his recent NFL suspension being overturned this past week. Speculation is everywhere on what the future holds for the Minnesota Vikings running back, but one thing is for sure, the Minnesota Vikings don't seem to be in it.
Adrian Peterson has been unarguably the best running back in the NFL since being drafted to the Minnesota Vikings in 2007. In fact, Peterson never rushed for less than 1,200 yards except for the 2011 season when he only played in 12 games.
9 points clear at the top of the table, Juventus are in prime position to retain their title in Serie A Soccer. AS Roma have been in terrible form off late and on Sunday they registered their ninth draw of the campaign.
Roger Federer, the World No. 2, made fairly light work of Novak Djokovic in the ATP Dubai 2015 final (Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships). The World No. 2 claimed his seventh title at the event on Saturday with a 6-3, 7-5 straight sets victory over the World No. 1.
Kei Nishikori and David Ferrer both advanced to the final of ATP Acapulco 2015 (Abierto Mexicano Telcel) with wins on Friday. Nishikori, Japan's No. 1, defeated Kevin Anderson in three sets while David Ferrer, Spain's No. 2, eliminated a resurgent Ryan Harrison, also in three sets.
The semifinal match-ups at ATP Buenos Aires 2015 (Argentina Open) are set following Friday's quarterfinal matches. The top seed in the tournament, Rafael Nadal, remains alive in the draw however no other seed does at this point.
Kei Nishikori has lived up to his billing at ATP Acapulco so far this week. Japan's top player is into the semifinals of the 2015 Abierto Mexicano Telcel having not dropped a set so far.
The semifinals are complete at ATP Dubai 2015 (Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships) and neither of the Friday matches produced a surprise. The World No. 1 and the World No. 2 both advanced to Saturday's final following victories.