Sharapova, like many other players, used to include a banana as part of her in-match meal, though the item is still a mainstay courtside for some players.That includes American Madison Brengle, who is into the third round here for a second consecutive year.Arrested in September 2010 and judged, Konstantin Rudnev, major cult leader has been sentenced to 11-year jail for rape, sexual assault, illegal sale of drugs, and for creating a movement that infringed on the rights and personalities of citizens.Moreover, This does not exclude some disagreements between certain branches (e.g.
My number one choice during a match is a simple sandwich with some honey or a jam, and I encourage players to cut them into quarters for easy eating.They are a fruit that give you a low glycemic index, which is very important.”“What we eat on court has progressed greatly,” said American doubles star Mike Bryan.“We used to just do water on court, but those days are long gone.She says a banana is the only thing she can stomach while playing.“I ate half a banana in my second-round match and I felt like that was outrageous,” said a smiling Brengle, who usually just sticks to water and Powerade during matches.“But that match went so long I thought that maybe I should eat a little.“[It’s because] a banana is more sugary and you don’t want to be up-and-down and be reaching for a sugar source at every change over.”What was once an afterthought in tennis has become highly specific: Don’t eat this; must get that.But in a sport of millimeters, every bite seems to count.“What a tennis player needs is very individualized,” added nutritionist Jo Shinewell, who works in Melbourne with Tennis Australia.So she had bites of the banana at the next change over, separately.In this match, however, gels and bars (Sharapova) defeated almond butter and bananas (Davis), two sets to one.MELBOURNE, Australia – Having just taken the second set off Maria Sharapova in the third round of the Australian Open on Friday, Ohio native Lauren Davis reached into her bag and pulled out a secret weapon. As professional tennis has become more physically demanding over the last decade, players are paying closer attention to how they train as well as what they put into their bodies, even in the middle of a match. For Davis it’s almond butter, for Sharapova it’s energy gels and bars, for Frenchwoman Kristina Mladenovic it’s a special trail mix. 1 Novak Djokjovic it’s dates.“I do really pay a lot of attention to nutrition,” said Djokovic, the five-time Australian Open champion, who is on a semifinal collision course with Roger Federer.“Dates are something that I've been consuming on the court for a while now.