WTA Women’s Tennis Players answers: Did you ever play a musical instrument?
Did you ever play a musical instrument?
Aleksandra Wozniak: Yes, I played the guitar and piano when I was younger.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands: I was forced to play piano when I was younger. I can still play a little bit, but I haven’t in years. The only reason I kept playing was because I had to be better than my sister in everything. She’s in university for musical engineering now – so I’ll give her this one. Maybe I’ll learn the drums…
Michaella Krajicek: Yes! When I was little I used to play the flute.
Elena Dementieva: I always wanted to play piano, but I’m not talented enough for it I bought an electric piano once. I’ve been trying to learn how to play but it’s embarrassing!
Nadia Petrova: No, but I wish I could play piano. My coach plays and it’s just so beautiful and relaxing.
Caroline Wozniacki: I did. I played piano for four years when I was younger. Now I’ve forgotten how to play, but I want to learn again.
Patty Schnyder: I played the piano for many years as a kid. I had weekly lessons and was practicing a lot. I had a great teacher who made me play everything, not just classical. I always wanted to learn new pieces.
Sabine Lisicki: I played piano and was in the choir, too. I haven’t played piano in years, sometimes I miss it. My days are just so busy now, though, so there’s not much space for other things. And there’s not always a piano around.
Vania King: I took piano lessons when I was younger, and singing lessons too. I still sing for fun.
Marion Bartoli: I played the clarinet when I was at school, and a bit of piano when I was younger. My dad wanted me to play sports and my mom wanted me to do piano and classical dance. I was doing it all but I didn’t have any minutes free. It was a great experience, though, I loved all of it.
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