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WATCH: Heather Watson and Harriet Dart play Word Association in Birmingham
The pair of Brits later teamed up in doubles on home soil at this week's Viking Classic.
Published Jun 19, 2021
At the Viking Classic, Heather Watson and Harriet Dart took advantage of their time back home in the United Kingdom for a classic quick-fire game.
Doubles partners this week in Birmingham, the two put each other to the test in a fun round of word association. “Summer” elicited the answers “sun cream” and “good weather”, while “hero” saw Watson and Dart respond with “Lewis Hamilton” and “Andy Murray.”
The duo ultimately lost their opener to Naiktha Bains and Tereza Martincova, but Watson shined on the singles court when she became the first British woman in 29 years to reach the final four. Ons Jabeur ended her run on Saturday.