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ASB Classic seeds Safarova & Hlavackova play mini tennis

From the largest to the smallest court at ASB Classic doubles draw's top seeds Safarova and Hlavackova compete at mini tennis

Straight after their doubles match yesterday, ASB Classic doubles draw's top seeds Lucie Safarova and Andrea Hlavackova went head to head in a match of mini-tennis at the Moët & Chandon champagne lounge.

Going from the the largest court to the smallest at the ASB Classic, Safarova and Hlackova tested out skills as Moët & Chandon's global brand ambassador Roger Federer watched on.


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The Moët & Chandon Champagne Lounge will be open for mini-tennis and champagne service from 30 December to 11 January 2014, 11am – 11pm and can be accessed by both General Admission and Ground passes sold for $15.


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