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Pavlyuchenkova: Hot Pink For Wimbledon

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova got her hair styled for Wimbledon courtesy of Clay Salon and Spa.

Published June 28, 2012 12:00

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova did some preparation for Wimbledon, but not just on the court - off it too.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova did some preparation for Wimbledon, but not just on the court - off it too.
Pavlyuchenkova got her hair styled by Kim Shoesmith and James Davis from Clay Salon and Spa.
Pavlyuchenkova got her hair styled by Kim Shoesmith and James Davis from Clay Salon and Spa.
Pavlyuchenkova got her hair colored hot pink ahead of the 126th edition of The Championships.
Pavlyuchenkova got her hair colored hot pink ahead of the 126th edition of The Championships.
Pavlyuchenkova has been to two Grand Slam quarterfinals and went as high as No.13 last year.
Pavlyuchenkova has been to two Grand Slam quarterfinals and went as high as No.13 last year.
Pavlyuchenkova is a three-time champion on the WTA, winning twice in Monterrey and once in Istanbul.
Pavlyuchenkova is a three-time champion on the WTA, winning twice in Monterrey and once in Istanbul.
  • Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova did some preparation for Wimbledon, but not just on the court - off it too.
  • Pavlyuchenkova got her hair styled by Kim Shoesmith and James Davis from Clay Salon and Spa.
  • Pavlyuchenkova got her hair colored hot pink ahead of the 126th edition of The Championships.
  • Pavlyuchenkova has been to two Grand Slam quarterfinals and went as high as No.13 last year.
  • Pavlyuchenkova is a three-time champion on the WTA, winning twice in Monterrey and once in Istanbul.
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