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Gallery: Vesnina & The Torch

Like Maria Sharapova, Elena Vesnina carried the torch during the opening ceremony celebrations of the Winter Olympics. Check out some more pics from the Russian's big day in her hometown...

Published February 17, 2014 12:10

Elena Vesnina shared a very special day with her loved ones in her hometown of Sochi recently...
Elena Vesnina shared a very special day with her loved ones in her hometown of Sochi recently...
And one of her most loved ones.
And one of her most loved ones.
Vesnina carried the Olympic torch through Sochi during the day of the opening ceremony last Friday.
Vesnina carried the Olympic torch through Sochi during the day of the opening ceremony last Friday.
Sochi is a special place for Vesnina - she moved there when she was very young and still lives there.
Sochi is a special place for Vesnina - she moved there when she was very young and still lives there.
Vesnina will return to action this week in Dubai - she plays Venus Williams in the first round.
Vesnina will return to action this week in Dubai - she plays Venus Williams in the first round.
  • Elena Vesnina shared a very special day with her loved ones in her hometown of Sochi recently...
  • And one of her most loved ones.
  • Vesnina carried the Olympic torch through Sochi during the day of the opening ceremony last Friday.
  • Sochi is a special place for Vesnina - she moved there when she was very young and still lives there.
  • Vesnina will return to action this week in Dubai - she plays Venus Williams in the first round.
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