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Gallery: Radwanska & The First Pitch

Agnieszka Radwanska headed to the Jamsil Baseball Stadium to throw the first pitch in the LG Twins versus DooSan Bears game. She's not the only WTA star to head out to the baseball field.

Published September 23, 2013 12:00

Agnieszka Radwanska had a very special experience during some rare down time in Seoul last week...
Agnieszka Radwanska had a very special experience during some rare down time in Seoul last week...
The No.4-ranked tennis player in the world hit the baseball field and the fans cheered loudly.
The No.4-ranked tennis player in the world hit the baseball field and the fans cheered loudly.
She headed to the Jamsil Baseball Stadium, where the LG Twins were playing against the DooSan Bears.
She headed to the Jamsil Baseball Stadium, where the LG Twins were playing against the DooSan Bears.
As you can see from the pictures, Radwanska was throwing the first pitch out for the LG Twins.
As you can see from the pictures, Radwanska was throwing the first pitch out for the LG Twins.
In front of 24,000 baseball fans, Radwanska put her throwing arm to the test and threw the pitch.
In front of 24,000 baseball fans, Radwanska put her throwing arm to the test and threw the pitch.
The pitch was pretty good, too - it reached the catcher.
The pitch was pretty good, too - it reached the catcher.
Radwanska's throwing motion did have practice during the week - she served up the KDB Korea Open title.
Radwanska's throwing motion did have practice during the week - she served up the KDB Korea Open title.
The World No.4 ended up winning her third WTA title of the year in Seoul, and the 13th of her career.
The World No.4 ended up winning her third WTA title of the year in Seoul, and the 13th of her career.
After the experience, Radwanska posed with the KDB Korea Open's Tournament Director Lee Jin-Soo.
After the experience, Radwanska posed with the KDB Korea Open's Tournament Director Lee Jin-Soo.
Other WTA stars have hit the baseball field too - here's Vera Zvonareva at Spring Training in 2010.
Other WTA stars have hit the baseball field too - here's Vera Zvonareva at Spring Training in 2010.
Lisa Raymond threw the first pitch for the Philadelphia Phillies. Here she is with the Phillie Phanatic.
Lisa Raymond threw the first pitch for the Philadelphia Phillies. Here she is with the Phillie Phanatic.
Daniela Hantuchova threw the first pitch at the San Diego Padres-Cincinnati Reds game this summer.
Daniela Hantuchova threw the first pitch at the San Diego Padres-Cincinnati Reds game this summer.
  • Agnieszka Radwanska had a very special experience during some rare down time in Seoul last week...
  • The No.4-ranked tennis player in the world hit the baseball field and the fans cheered loudly.
  • She headed to the Jamsil Baseball Stadium, where the LG Twins were playing against the DooSan Bears.
  • As you can see from the pictures, Radwanska was throwing the first pitch out for the LG Twins.
  • In front of 24,000 baseball fans, Radwanska put her throwing arm to the test and threw the pitch.
  • The pitch was pretty good, too - it reached the catcher.
  • Radwanska's throwing motion did have practice during the week - she served up the KDB Korea Open title.
  • The World No.4 ended up winning her third WTA title of the year in Seoul, and the 13th of her career.
  • After the experience, Radwanska posed with the KDB Korea Open's Tournament Director Lee Jin-Soo.
  • Other WTA stars have hit the baseball field too - here's Vera Zvonareva at Spring Training in 2010.
  • Lisa Raymond threw the first pitch for the Philadelphia Phillies. Here she is with the Phillie Phanatic.
  • Daniela Hantuchova threw the first pitch at the San Diego Padres-Cincinnati Reds game this summer.
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