No.2 seeds Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Lucie Safarova haven't dropped a set en route to the Australian Open quarterfinals, and are aiming to stay fit with the help of guru Shaun T.
WTA Staff

MELBOURNE, Australia - New doubles No.1 Bethanie Mattek-Sands is yet to lose a match in 2017, winning the Brisbane International with good friend and former No.1 Sania Mirza and easing into the quarterfinals of the Australian Open with longtime partner Lucie Safarova.

Aiming to win their second title together in Melbourne, Mattek-Sands and Safarova have been doing their best to stay in shape ahead of their last eight encounter with No.11 seeds Raquel Atawo and Xu Yi-Fan, enlisting the help of celebrity fitness trainer and choereographer Shaun T for some creative workouts.

"I think the best thing about our match was the dance-off at the end!" Safarova told wtatennis.com after their third-round match.

"We have a new Team Bucie warmup dance routine that we're working on with Shaun T, and he's choreographing our moves. So we did a little bit at the end," Mattek-Sands added.

Dancing to Missy Elliott's 2003 smash hit, "Pass That Dutch," Team Bucie busts a move as CoCo Vandeweghe and coach Craig Kardon look on.

Check out the full video, posted to Mattek-Sands' Facebook: