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Five Things We Learned From WTA Live

Indian Wells was the setting for the third WTA Live All Access Hour presented by Xerox of the season, and there were some interesting revelations from Maria and company.

Published March 06, 2014 12:13

Five Things We Learned From WTA Live
Kristen Aldridge, Maria Sharapova

INDIAN WELLS, CA, USA - This week the WTA is stateside for the BNP Paribas Open and also anther helping of WTA Live All Access Hour presented by Xerox.

After a last episode that took in Portuguese chat-up lines, pitiful keepy-uppy attempts (hello, Bruno Sassi!) and Pteromerhanophobia, what did we learn from our latest look behind scenes?

1) Maria's big moment
What goes though your head when you're carrying the flame at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games? Not dropping it, of course!

2) Dream team
Agnieszka Radwanska is well up for partnering long-term admirer Andy Murray on the doubles court.

3) Simona says relax
What's the secret behind Simona Halep's bulging trophy cabinet? Staying relaxed and being aggressive. That and playing lots of Candy Crush.

4) Can't Cook, Won't Cook
They may be great on court, but Angelique Kerber and Jelena Jankovic aren't much use in the kitchen.

5) Vika the philanthropist
If you thought Victoria Azarenka spent her time recovering from her recent foot injury schmoozing with A-listers, well, you'd be right, but she's also used it to throw herself into her charity work.

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