Radwanska can’t beat iPhone app Aga

by: Matt Cronin February 07, 2013

Agnieszka Radwanska tells Haaretz that she’s not great at the iPhone application that’s named after her, “Tennis with Radwanska.”

“I played the game, but I’m not really good at it,” she said. “I’m probably much better off on a real court.”

Radwanska also said she has heard people praise her unorthodox forehand, when she bends very low to the ground to fend off big blasts.

‏”I hear people whispering excitedly when I use that shot,” she said.

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