Only once during their relationship have they had to play each other: in April, in the second round of qualifying at a WTA tournament in Rabat, Morocco. Perrin won easily, 6-1, 6-2. Moore said the experience did not feel as strange for them as many of their friends on tour feared it would be. “It was like as if you played your best friend,” she said. “You go on court, play your match, then you give each other a little bit of space afterward, and then you’re fine.
“I’d never put myself in the position of worshiping them, looking up, being a fan,” Sharapova writes. Instead, Sharapova’s father found a clandestine spot for her to watch: inside a shed, hidden from view. “I could watch through a kind of knothole — just me alone, in the dark, seeing the next 20 years of my life,” she writes. “The image of the Williams sisters would eventually become iconic, and it was in the works even then. They are a force.
“It felt good, and she felt the same,” Hingis said. “I said, ‘Hey, if ever your sister is injured, or something happens, just give me a call.’”Hingis played with CoCo Vandeweghe in Melbourne, but they lost in the second round. The Chans lost in the first round and started the season 0-3. Hingis, who has won 24 Grand Slam titles, decided to ask Latisha to play full time. “She used to play with her sister, and I broke them up,” Hingis said, smiling and then playfully slapping herself on the wrist.
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Selecting a term
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