In 2004 Anastasia Myskina became the first Russian woman player to win a major when she captured the French Open. Her life since then has certainly changed and the sometime feisty player has turned to motherhood –...
In 2004 Anastasia Myskina became the first Russian woman player to win a major when she captured the French Open. Her life since then has certainly changed and the sometime feisty player has turned to motherhood – instead of chasing tennis balls she’s now chasing two young sons, and there’s a third on the way. We Are Tennis caught up with her in Moscow on the eve of the Fed Cup by BNP Paribas final and she compared motherhood to playing tennis. And no she is not trying to create her own Davis Cup team. PS: Anastasia took a phone call during the interview and we felt it rude to evesdrop on the conversation. Nyet!