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Five Things We Learned From WTA Live

Stuttgart was the location for 2014's sixth helping of WTA Live All Access Hour presented by Xerox, and there were some interesting revelations from Maria and company.

Published April 27, 2014 12:11

Five Things We Learned From WTA Live
Jelena and Marko Jankovic

STUTTGART, Germany - This week the WTA was in Germany for the first stop of the European clay court season, the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, and also another helping of WTA Live All Access Hour presented by Xerox.

After talking Justin Bieber and golf in the last episode, what nuggets did host Kristen Aldridge extract from her star-studded guests this time?

1) Nothing personal
Jelena Jankovic has not been shy about praising her brother Marko for his role in her recent revival. So why is she always yelling at him?

2) Speedy
Maria Sharapova reveals all about the newest addition to the Sugarpova family.

3) Model behavior
Such is Ana Ivanovic's dedication to her tennis, she doesn't get much time to take in Belgrade's nightlife. Luckily, her brother and his friends are around to keep her in the loop.

4) Som un equip
Agnieszka Radwanska and the rest of the Polish Fed Cup team celebrated returning to the World Group for the first time in 20 years by taking in 90 minutes of the beautiful game.

5) Meanwhile, Down Under...
Andrea Petkovic and Angelique Kerber got into their pajamas and cracked open the bubbly.

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