Top 8 Women in Tennis Open Up About Life On and Off the Court
The BNP Paribas Open is in full swing. Women's tournamnet play started Wednesday morning.
We spoke with the top 8 female tennis players in the world and talked tennis, fashion, and hobbies. The top women of tennis opened up about life on and off the court and we got a sweet surprise from the one and only Maria Sharapova.
"I feel very good now so I will just focus from round to round and hope to give my best and then we will see what's happened," Angelique Kerber said.
"I hope to do better than last year for sure. I don't have a really good record here so I will try my best and show my best on the court," Petra Kvitova said.
Off the court the ladies are a little more laid back, from hanging out on the green to sleeping in or getting all dressed up.
"I love to go out to dinner and get a round of golf in even though i'm notvery good and it frustrates the hell out of me,"
Samantha Stosur said.
"I just love to go to the differrent restaurants and I love to play golf and just have a walk around it's so beautiful here," Caroline Wozniacki said.
"I like to sleep a lot and staying in and relaxing and maybe going on the internet and watching movies," Sara Errani said.
"I like makeup and hair and nails so I think it's also important for us not to just run and sweat but do the normal things like being a girl," Agnieszka Radwanska said.
Red Foo from LMFAO wasn't far from defending champ Victoria Azarenka's side, helping keep her grounded before her big match-ups begin.
"He's great. He always makes me laugh and we have fun and music is such a huge part of my life and now it's even bigger so I really enjoy when he comes around," Defending Champion Victoria Azarenka said.
Maria Sharapova took time out of training for a blind taste test. The tennis sensation also has a new candy company called, Sugar-pova.
"It was a new idea, it was candy, I didn't quite know how it would go I had never really started my own business before, it's been so amazing to see the reception it's gotten and the interest and the fans ahve really loved it so yeah it's been fun to see it come to life as well," Sharapova said.
A sweet reception for the leading ladies of tennis sure to dazzle fans in the days ahead. Women's play started Wednesday morning. Men's main play starts March 7th. The tournament will be going on at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden this week and next week so be sure to go and check it out.