Cincinnati offers food for thought.
Byline: writes Michael Brear
Live tennis Sky Sports 3, 4pm I ALWAYS get the sense that whenever tennis players turn up at Wimbledon, they're only pretending that they actually think it is the best event in the world, writes Michael Brear.
I'm convinced they much prefer playing in American tournaments and I can see why.
This week's Cincinnati Masters will offer the following: corn chip bags, pear salad, tomato gazpacho, pulled pork barbecue sandwiches, gelato, sauteed scallops, fish tacos, prime rib hoagie, pecan chicken salad sandwiches, double-dipped wings, Santa Fe chicken, bumblebee stew, white chilli and voodoo chicken.
I don't know what voodoo chicken is but imagine it's very spicy and a lot more exciting than strawberries and cream.
If you've just been hammered by Novak Djokovic, what would you feel like eating: a cucumber sandwich or a prime rib hoagie? Wimbledon needs a chili sauce and meat revolution.
Novak Djokovic was so bored by the Wimbledon food that he decided to eat some grass