A jetsetting Fernando Verdasco is featured in the September issue of GQ, adding some dapper decoration to Madrid-Barajas’s already stunning Terminal 4. (Hmm. . .wonder what those Lindt girls would do to him?)
Once you peel your eyes away from the photos, you can read Verdasco’s thoughts on “la Época de Oro” – Spain’s sporting Golden Age – and his take on the US Open:
“That tournament is just unbelievable, the biggest—like everything in America,” Verdasco says. “Arthur Ashe Stadium is the biggest in the world; the hamburger is the biggest one. I just love it there.”
Verdasco splits his time between Spain and the US, which he calls his “second home.” Decisions, decisions:
“In Spain? Whew. So many beautiful women,” Verdasco says. “But then, well, Miami, New York, L.A. . .How can you pick just one of these cities? So many unbelievable women, so tough to choose.”
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Photo credit: Nathaniel Goldberg/GQ