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Wozniacki, Shapovalov scoop up sundae fun
Published Jun 27, 2018
The south coast of England can be the perfect place for some summer fun, especially if the weather cooperates. Eastbourne seeds Caroline Wozniacki and Denis Shapovalov made the most of it by taking part in an ice cream sundae contest.
As a former champion in Eastbourne, Wozniacki was right at home in the sundae-making competition.
It was clear that the world No. 2, who has owned up to her sweet tooth in the past, quite loved the taste of her creation.
It did look very good.
So far, it's been just as easy for the top-seeded Wozniacki on the court as it was in the shop. She fought off hard-hitting Italian Camila Giorgi to get her grass-court season underway with a 6-2, 6-3 victory, and followed that with a three-set win over Johanna Konta.
In the men's draw, Shapovalov, seeded third, began his tournament with a win against Jared Donaldson.
A LANDMARK DOCUMENTARY DURING THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS EVENT IN SPORTS, CELEBRATING THE UNPARALLELED FEDERER-RIVALRY AND 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREATEST MATCH EVER PLAYED.
In association with All England Lawn & Tennis Club, Rock Paper Scissors Entertainment and Amblin Television. Directed by Andrew Douglas.