When the tennis doesn't catch fire, you can always turn to Maria Sharapova for an interesting remark or observation -- but they do not always have sexy connotations.
Today was the exception after the No. 2 seed had advanced to the last 16 of the Australian Open with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Belgium's Kirsten Flipkens.
Maria has her own candy company with 12 different flavors called Sugarpova. When she was asked for a new name to sum up her amazing start to this tournament, which has seen her drop only five games in three matches, Sharapova buried her head in her hands for a moment and, after rejecting a suggestion of Happypova, giggled, "I would call it 'Steamy' but for different reasons."
After roaring with slightly embarrassed laughter, she looked up at the back of the room where her agent Max Eisenbud was sitting and said, "You know what I'm talking about, Max."
Eisenbud wasn't about to spell it out, but confirmed that the handsome young Bulgarian player Grigor Dimitrov had be...