| By Emilie Katz

Tweets from the tennis pros
►Caroline Wozniacki (@carowozniacki): I’m so excited its snowing!! @mcilroyrory snowball fight coming up!! I would watch my back ;)

Jesse Levine (@jesselevine7): You know its going to be a rough day in fantasy football when your kicker puts up more points than your #1 overall! HAHA!

Shahar Peer (@shaharpeer): Master Chef!!! Love this show :-)

Caroline Wozniacki (@carowozniacki): Really enjoyed my time here in Aspen, but now bags a packed and Brazil here I come :)

Justin Gimelstob (@justingimelstob): Early morning hoops at UCLA, great way to start the day!

Laura Robson (@laurarobson5): Cannot stop watching Criminal Minds. On my 5th straight episode.

Amer Delic (@AmerDelic): Last time I was at the Orange Bowl, I watched Federer, Lopez, Robredo, etc. On my way there now. Let’s see what this class has to offer.

Ryan Harrison (@ryanharrison92): Having a great off season so far! Lots of work, but so ready to get back at it next year. Enjoying some great home cooking for a change :)

►Serena Williams (@serenawilliams): I could be the moodiest person alive.

►Justin Gimelstob (@justingimelstob): Sitting between @kanyewest and @andyroddick on flight from Miami-LAX. Tough for me to accept third alpha male status on flight :(


Wedding bells
Mike Bryan has married Lucille Williams in California. American ATP stars and personalities in attendance at Mike's wedding included his twin brother Bob Bryan, Mardy Fish and Justin Gimelstob. Mike himself and James Valentine from rock band Maroon 5 (fresh off of a Saturday Night Live stint) played songs on guitar for guests a half-hour before the ceremony began.
Former world number four James Blake married Emily Snider in California. ATP stars in attendance included Andy Roddick, John Isner, Mardy Fish and Robby Ginepri, among other sports and entertainment notables.
The joys of marriage keep coming for ATP players, as Aussie Matt Ebden became the latest to tie the knot at the Secret Garden. Ebden is a frequent doubles partner to budding young gun, American Ryan Harrison.

From the local coaching ranks, a sincere congratulations are in order for Sportime coaching legend Eric Meditz, who is well-known for his "My Opinion" columns in Long Island Tennis Magazine, on tying the knot as well. Meditz can now finally put his focus back on his writing as well as righting the ship with his fantasy baseball and hockey teams which have struggled as Meditz was busy wedding planning.


Mid-match massage
Novak Djokovic was in Brazil for an exhibition match against Brazilian native Gustavo Kuerte, and during a stoppage of play, Novak noticed a group of young models standing behind his chair. That's when the top-ranked Djokovic sprung into action by removing his shirt and received a "multi-model" massage for the ages … the video can be found online, and if Djokovic wasn't already the idol of young tennis players throughout the world, he certainly will be now.



Christmas gift
Caroline Wozniacki snatched a microphone from a reporter during boyfriend Rory McIlroy’s press conference to ask a personal question: “If you win this week, am I going to get a really nice Christmas present?” “Have you not already got a lot of nice presents,” McIlroy responded. Rory then assured his lady that she’s going to have a memorable Christmas regardless of the outcome of this weekend’s tournament. “I have been looking, I have been looking,” McIlroy said. “But it won’t take winning this week to buy you a nice present–I’ll get you a nice present anyway.” This back and forth brought laughs from all in attendance. McIlroy certainly won't have any problem affording a nice gift, as he made in excess of $13 million in PGA and European Tour tournaments alone this year, let alone the millions he rakes in from endorsements.


International Tennis Hall of Famer Chris Evert, Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsay Davenport and tennis commentator Justin Gimelstob will guest star in an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in January on the CBS Television Network. The three tennis personalities will appear as themselves when the CSI team investigates the death of a professional female tennis player.

Evert, winner of 18 Grand Slam singles titles, including two Australian Opens, seven French Opens, three Wimbledons and six U.S. Opens, owns the best winning percentage (.900) in pro tennis history. She won 154 singles titles (second all-time in the Open Era).

Joining Evert will be former world number one and 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsay Davenport, who won 55 singles titles, including seven Grand Slams (two Australian Opens, three Wimbledons, two U.S. Opens) and 38 doubles titles.

A former top-ranked U.S. junior and NCAA doubles champion at UCLA, Justin Gimelstob rounds out the guest stars from the professional tennis world. He reached a career-high ranking of 63rd in singles and 17th in doubles. He is also a correspondent for CBS THIS MORNING.

CSI airs Wednesday nights (10:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m., ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.