Josie the dog is a very good girl.
But she's also unpredictable.
So when her human, Michael Jenkins, took her for a walk this week, he broke down the odds: Would she stop at her favorite bakery?
Would she need to be carried upstairs? Would she refuse to go home?
Check out the video above for the drama-filled walk with Josie, who again, is a very good dog.
First up in our look around the sports world, Washington Capitals goaltender Ilya Samsonov looks like he’s been enjoying his quarantine just a little bit. He posted this video on his Instagram of him relaxing on a rock near a lake.
Meanwhile, P.K. Subban doesn’t look like he’s relaxing at all. He’s too busy working on his fitness:
Finally, San Diego State QB commit Will Haskell is showing off his skills during summer workouts, but these aren’t just any regular skills. How many people can throw a spiral under the legs, behind the back AND while jumping over a human... go ahead tell me, I’ll wait!
World Team Tennis will start their 2020 season in mid-July and play the entire season at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, the WTT announced on Tuesday.
The league will be the first tennis association to return to play since the coronavirus outbreak halted sports in March.
The whole 63-match regular season will be held from July 12 through Aug. 2. Fans will be permitted to attend up to a 20% capacity (500 fans) and follow state health ordinances. Matches will be broadcast on CBS, CBS Sports Network, Tennis Channel, ESPN+ and WTT.com.
The suspension of the ATP and WTA Tours until Aug. 1 will allow the top professional players to play the team season without conflict. 2020 Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin, two-time major winner Sloane Stephens, Sam Querrey and Bob and Mike Bryan are just a handful of the professionals playing in the league.
“All of us at World TeamTennis are extremely grateful to be able to play the 45th World TeamTennis season and present professional tennis to our sports-starved and tennis-starved audiences through our media partners at CBS Sports, ESPN and Tennis Channel,” WTT CEO Carlos Silva said in a release.
“The overwhelming feedback from our players is that they want to play WTT and are comfortable in doing so in a safe environment, which is our number one priority. West Virginia has among the nation’s fewest cases of COVID-19 and I’m grateful to The Greenbrier, the city of White Sulphur Springs, and Dr. Jill Justice for being so welcoming and allowing World TeamTennis to play on in 2020.”
The league says they will conduct the necessary testing and screening of all participants. Personal protective equipment will also be provided to all parties.
World Team Tennis has nine franchises across the United States. The Washington Kastles have won six WTT titles with their most recent coming in 2015.