Pavlyuchenkova embracing relationship with new coach Hingis

by: Matt Cronin May 02, 2013

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After winning a two-hour and 46-minute match over Elena Vesnina at the Portugal Open, Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova tells Portuguese journalist Jose Morgado about her relationship with her new full-time coach, former No. 1 Martina Hingis.

“It’s easier to hear your coach when her name is Martina Hingis,” the Russian said.

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