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Robson's Kind Gesture In Carlsbad

Laura Robson isn't just one of the WTA's most promising young players, she's also one of the WTA's most popular players. And what she did on Tuesday is just another reason why. Read on...

Published July 30, 2013 12:01

CARLSBAD, CA, USA - Laura Robson isn't just one of the WTA's most promising young players, she's also one of the WTA's most popular players. And what she did on Tuesday is just another reason why.

During her first round match against Ayumi Morita, Robson saw a girl in the stands who was wearing her outfit. After winning a grueling three-setter, the Brit stuck around for an impromptu hit with her.

"I was going to hit with her sister but her sister had broken her arm - she was the one wearing my outfit," Robson said. "But the other girl came on court and she was actually pretty good, she had a decent forehand! I think it's great to hit with them, and hopefully they'll continue playing tennis."

Laura Robson

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