CrossCourt | Episode 8 | Aryna Sabalenka and Andrey Rublev: Mentality

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WTA published this video item, entitled “CrossCourt | Episode 8 | Aryna Sabalenka and Andrey Rublev: Mentality” – below is their description.

In episode 8 of CrossCourt, Aryna Sabalenka and Andrey Rublev find out more about each other’s routines, superstitions, and dealing with nerves on match day.

CrossCourt goes behind the scenes through a series of intimate one-on-one conversations between WTA & ATP stars.

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