OK, maybe I’m just exhausted after a frustrating week, but I find this title innovative 🙂 And I apologize for not having a photo to justify the title! 🙂 Anyways, Agnieszka Radwanska made an imposing start to her Indian Wells campaign with a straightforward 6-3 6-1 victory over Alison Riske in the second round.
The seventh-seeded Pole raced to a 5-0 lead in the first set, and even though Riske answered by taking three consecutive games, the favorite finished the job in the ninth game. In the second set Aga again quickly distanced from her opponent, going 4-0 up and never really looking back.
Regarding tennis fashion this was also an important match, not only because it was a battle of two Lotto representatives, but also because Aga finally launched her lace dress that we first saw in December last year and have since been speculating when we would get to see it in action.
You have to agree that the dress is quite shocking, but since Aga opted for the blue version, and not black, and since on the court it turned out that the lace is not taking over the item, I declare this a fashion hit! Now I see that the piece is available in Europe (surely will be in the USA as well soon), and it’s official name is the Lotto Spring Victoria Dress.
For those preferring separates, the world No.44 Riske’s blue Lotto Spring Victoria Tank also deserves all the compliments, paired with the black Lotto Spring Victoria Skirt that has side pleats and floral mesh trim.
And now I have a small surprise. Fellow blogger Ashley of African Tennis Now is spending this Friday and Saturday at Indian Wells and she’ll deliver her reports here on Women’s Tennis Blog. Those will be Ashley’s first contributions here, so I can’t wait to see how it goes. Stay tuned!