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Five Things We Learned From WTA Live

Beautiful Charleston was the location for 2014's fifth helping of WTA Live All Access Hour presented by Xerox, where the WTA's finest talked Bieber, old friends and golfing prowess.

Published April 03, 2014 12:12

Five Things We Learned From WTA Live
Serena Williams

CHARLESTON, SC, USA - This week the WTA headed north to picturesque Charleston for the Family Circle Cup and also another serving of WTA Live All Access Hour presented by Xerox.

After talking superstitions and super shots in Miami, what did host Kristen Aldridge manage to tease from Serena and company this time?

1) Old Friends
Sabine Lisicki and her new coach-come-doubles partner Martina Hingis may be separated by nearly 10 years, but they go back a long way.

2) Still A Belieber
Despite being given a bit of a hard time Down Under after naming Justin Bieber as her dream date, Eugenie Bouchard is sticking by her fellow Canuck.

3) Hot On The Greens
Sloane Stephens' horror journey up the coast to Charleston doesn't seem to have affected her golf swing.

4) Really?
While Sorana Cirstea might think she's superstition-free, her on-court habits paint quite a different picture.

5) Shoeless Serena
Serena Williams reveals what happened to her shoes at the end of the Miami final.

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