Pliskova twins pull off WTA first

by: Matt Cronin | October 14, 2013

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By winning the doubles title in Linz, Czechs Karolina Pliskova and Kristyna Pliskova become the first female twins to win a doubles titles together. Identical twins Bob and Mike Bryan have won 92 ATP doubles titles together.

"I think my sister played better than I did today, but I was playing better in our other matches!" Kristyna Pliskova joked to the WTA web site. “It's our first WTA title together and we're really happy about it. It's amazing to play with your sister. It's much better than playing with someone else!"

 

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