Here’s a nice eight-minute video about Shahar Peer and her life in Israel. Her mother and father are talking about Shahar’s career and how the fact that she’s Israeli influenced it (of course, they’re referring to Dubai). You also get to see Shahar’s grandmother recalling her six months in the Auschwitz concentration camp and the video coverage of the annual March of the Living.
World No.18 Shahar Peer is awaiting her fourth round meeting with top-ranked Serena Williams at the French Open. Shahar defeated Nuria Llagostera Vives in the first round, Bethanie Mattek-Sands in the second, and seed No.13 Marion Bartoli in the third. (via Forty Deuce)