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Two popular players were dealt tough blows in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. Defending champ Rafael Nadal had to retire against Andy Murray because of a knee injury, and Andy Roddick was hampered by a shoulder injury in his five-set loss to Marin Cilic. At least Roddick can take solace in knowing he's only two weeks away from seeing his wife grace the pages of Sports Illustrated's 2010 Swimsuit Issue.

Tough Defeats Down Under

Brooklyn Decker :: Raphael Mazzucco/SI

Reader Kenny says, "Jimmy, in spirit of the Australian Open, I thought these impressions from current quarterfinalist and No. 3 seed Novak Djokovic of Roddick, Murray, Nadal, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova might help some people choose who to root for. They are hilarious."

Speaking Of The Australian Open...

Check out the scene on Bourbon Street during the end of the Saints' victory against the Vikings. (Thanks to Stew Krane, of New Orleans, for the link.)

Early Start On Mardi Gras

Pete Townshendtold that The Who will perform "a mashup of stuff" at the Super Bowl. The setlist will include, in Townshend's words, "a bit of Baba O'Riley, a bit of Pinball Wizard, a bit of the close of Tommy, a bit of Who Are You, and a bit of Won't Get Fooled Again."

Super Bowl Setlist

The Who :: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

SI Recommends combined salary and endorsement deals to come up with this list of the 25 richest players in the NFL this season.

Money Men

A man was arrested Saturday after threatening his wife with a knife because she canceled ESPN. (Thanks to for the tip.)

He Must Really Like Around The Horn

A bench-clearing brawl in an under-10 Russian hockey league? Seriously? What a world. (Thanks to Graham, of Ann Arbor, Mich., for the link.)

Sports Video Of The Day

You wouldn't expect a four-minute video of someone eating a hamburger to be entertaining, but this is an exception. As the YouTube description says, "One boy... one burger... six patties... 2,520 calories... one dream.

Triple Double Baconator Video Of The Day