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We, as sportsmen, we’re not used to just sitting at home and being at home all day. We want to go out. We want to play sport. We want to be in the gym, want to train; we want to hit balls, and when you’re not physically able to do that, it’s really tough. It starts playing on the mind a lot more.
My strategy is just to always compete. Even if they catch 10 balls on me, I make sure that they have to fight for every one of those. That’s worked for me.
There’s a lot going on in the Bassett-Vance household, a lot of balls in the air.
I’m going to be the one guy diving on the ground for loose balls.
People rarely speak of children; you hear of ‘cohort groups’ and ‘standard variations,’ but you don’t hear much of boys who miss their cats or 6-year-olds who have to struggle with potato balls.
In Spain, you get seven clear chances a game to receive the ball and shoot. In Italy, you get very few clear balls, and you have to fight everyone to score; that makes you improve and develop.
The teams who win things are those who, when the going gets tough, pull together, put their foot in, win tackles and second balls.
I like a women who’s got some balls, some strength. As long as I can beat her at arm wrestling, that’s fine.
I don’t really have time to watch too much, but I like ‘Family Guy’ and ‘Entourage.’ I’m also obsessed with the YouTube series ‘Balls of Steel.’ It’s hilarious.
I know my own father’s business was very dependent on the goodwill and business and trade from people in northern Mexico. We knew their families and went to their weddings and baptisms and balls and picnics, and we had a great time with them.
I was a good baseball player. I still play a couple of times a week as part of my daily workout. Just throwing the ball, running around, fielding ground balls, you know. It’s better to me than being on a treadmill or some sort of Zumba class.
I can do the little things, play defense, dive on the floor to get loose balls, things like that.
Guys that are striking out 200 times, like Joey Gallo – in 1990 he would have hit 75 home runs every year because he’s facing guys with an average velocity of 90 miles an hour, good command and O.K. breaking balls.
You know, I’m not just a jump ball guy. I’m good at jump balls. I’m really good at jump balls. I wish I got more of those, I mean, to use my size. But each year, I just try to focus on route running, and being better after the catch.
Every kicker that’s in this league has kicked a million or so balls. You just have that swing; you know what you have to do, and you go out there and do it.
I rely on balls behind.
I wasn’t brought up as a society girl to go to balls and be a debutante and marry the social set and money and go to parties. No one in my family lived like that. And I never wanted to live like that. I was brought up to believe in work. I always wanted a career. Always.
I know that I’m a natural attacking player. I love to attack. I love to play freely; I love to combine and play through balls. That’s the nature of my game.
I stay out after training and practice hitting balls from different angles just in case the chances come in a game.
Balls should be good for at least six sets, and for more for the average player. But if the rallies are long, they do not last as long as this. There is a fuzz on the surface that wears off on the hard court.
I don’t really believe in palm readers and crystal balls and tarot cards, but I respond to the need for them.
Receivers have always dropped a lot of balls.
Obviously in T20, variations are important whereas bowling lots of slower balls in a Test isn’t going to help anyone.
For my tennis, I think it’s better balls are flying because I like to play quicker, finish the point little bit quicker than other guys.
I remember borrowing my mum’s Instamatic 110 camera as a kid and doing still lifes of tennis balls and benches and thinking they were going to be something really amazing. They ended up being really bad.
It’s really tough when you have back injury because you cannot bend; you cannot react at the balls.
When I’m tired, I like to go and do drills where you catch tennis balls off walls. Different colors use different hands, and you’ve got to react to those types of things at different angles. I do all these crazy reaction-time things or reaction skills with tennis balls every morning, or at least four times a week.
It’s no secret that I’m a fan of hitting a lot of balls.
If you have this enormous talent, it’s got you by the balls, it’s a demon. You can’t be a family man and a husband and a caring person and be that animal. Dickens wasn’t that nice a guy.
The first time at age 5 and a half, when I took a racket in my hands and my father fed me some balls, I made 50 backhands in a row – didn’t miss a single one.
I look at it somewhat as a way – when you learn juggling, what you learn is how to feel with your eyes and see with your hands because you’re not looking at your hands, you’re looking at where the balls are, or you’re looking at the audience.
When I was introduced to balls, it was only in New York, now it’s spreading everywhere. I couldn’t be happier.
Most guys aren’t getting a racquet or putting balls back in off my serve most of the time.
Just try to make an impact on the game somehow whether it is on the defensive or offensive end. I think that has always been something that I have hung my hat on especially offensively. If it is not the night, then go make a play defensively and get after, dive for loose balls, create a charge, make an impact that way.
Down the mine I dreamed of cricket; I bowled imaginery balls in the dark; I sent the stumps spinning and heard them rattling in the tunnels. No mishap was going to stop me from bowling in the real game, especially this one.
Motion capture is amazing. I prefer it. You wear a ‘Power Ranger’-esque suit, you have tape balls on you, you have 60 cameras around you capturing your every movement and there’s no hair, no makeup.
Juggling is the word. I’m a bad juggler, and there are often balls dropped. There is no balance. The idea of work/life balance is a myth. There’s teetering from one end and running to the other and hoping not to fall off.
Some people are born to lift heavy weights, some are born to juggle golden balls.
Against Novak and Rafa, you have balls to hit, but they are so physically really tough. And Roger, he just takes position in the court. He tries to go forward all the time, go for the winners. Then you just don’t play tennis against him.
Some scenes you juggle two balls, some scenes you juggle three balls, some scenes you can juggle five balls. The key is always to speak in your own voice. Speak the truth. That’s Acting 101. Then you start putting layers on top of that.
I am always trying to get better as a player, no matter how things are going, always trying to expand my game and look into how I can hit more areas or bowl different balls or whatever it is.
I have never needed operations, I have had niggles the same as any other golfer after putting his body through 17 years of travel and a heavy playing schedule. I think I’m actually in pretty good shape considering the amount of hours spent hitting balls and sitting on an aeroplane.
What made me so different is they would use me all over the place instead of the traditional tight end where you’re taking off right next to the left tackle or right tackle. They would split me out wide and put everybody on the other side and throw me jump balls, they’d throw slants.
I was born a footballer. Before I could walk, I was chasing balls.
You surprise yourself on some balls off the bat. You don’t think you have a chance to catch it. And then your natural ability just takes over.
It was really impossible to break through in Russia. We couldn’t buy any balls. We really didn’t have any courts, no rackets, nothing. And no people to practice with.
Every single day, my parents fed me balls. Eventually it turned into having a coach, and then it went to being at an academy. You know, it worked out pretty well.
The first rock record I ever bought was ‘Great Balls of Fire.’ I was real little, and I went to Atlanta to get it.
I need balls put in the box and I need chances to be created for me.
Once you pull the trigger, you’ve got to throw balls aggressively and with conviction.
My junior year, when I completed 57 percent of my balls, I was very very frustrated in myself.
I just felt that ‘Golden Balls’ was the right thing to do. I didn’t care if people thought I was a failure.
It’s good sportsmanship to not pick up lost golf balls while they are still rolling.
I’m the world’s worst after-dinner speaker. I need pictures to respond to. I was the voice of the lottery balls once and got the sack.
I have a karaoke lounge in my house, complete with a tiki bar and hula-girl lamps and disco balls.
I saw this thing years ago, where somebody filled a gymnasium with ping-pong balls and mousetraps. And then somebody threw just one more ping-pong ball in there, and literally, in five seconds, the room was popping. And then it was dead. And that’s how it was with ‘Dallas.’ Just… ‘boom!’