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Ester Satorova, girlfriend of tennis player Tomas Berdych, might just be the hottest new WAG of 2012. Berdych beat Roger Federer last night in the U.S. Open quarterfinals, so get ready to see a lot more Satorova in the coming days. Anybody who was watching tennis instead of the NFL last night was rewarded for their decision, because seeing Satorova’s mug all over the screen was more watchable than the Giants offense. We have her 53 sexiest pics here.
The sixth seeded Berdych took care of business, going 7-6 (1), 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 en route to sending Federer home early. He’s back in action in the semi-finals against Andy Murray. You can bet your asses Satorova will be getting some serious camera time so have your DVR ready.
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In honor of Tomas Berdych’s upset win Roger Federer at the US Open yesterday, here’s a look at his girlfriend Ester Satorova.How does she compare to Jelena Ristic, Nova Djokovic’s girlfriend?
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