Thursday, July 15, 2010

Brooklyn Decker Takes the ESPYs By Storm, Isner/Mahut Wins Record-Breaking Performance

Without Andy Roddick in tow, Brooklyn Decker rocked the ESPY Awards red-carpet last night in a curve-hugging Herve Leger by Max Azria dress. The blonde-bombshell may not play a sport (does modeling half-naked count?) but she got plenty of screen time at the show. The cameras could barely shy away from her! That's probably because her boobs were practically out of her barely-there dress the whole time, but no one was complaining. Decker presented the award for best play with Mad Men star John Hamm, won by Breet Favre and Greg Lewis.

Justin Gimelstob also had Brooklyn to thank for the front row seats, according to Twitter.

In other tennis-ESPY news, John Isner and Nicholas Mahut's epic 11-hour encounter garnered one of the bigger awards of the night, best Record-Breaking Performance, but onloy half of the historic duo was there to accept the trophy. The pair beat out Roger Federer and his 15 slams in the category, as well as Usain Bolt's 100m dash and a few others that didn't really have a shot anyway.

Serena was completely and utterly robbed in the Best Female Athlete category by Lindsey Vonn, but we all know she reigns supreme. Williams wasn't winless on the night though, as she triumphed in the Best Female Tennis Player category, while Kim Clijsters was awarded Best Comeback.


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