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father (a former Greco-Roman wrestler) wanted Anna to have some
physical exercise. When her parents saw how much talent their
daughter had, they sold their only television and bought Anna her own
happens when you combine beauty, communism, wrestling, tennis, and
one, nasty little virus? You get one of the premiere and most
sought-after women in the world--Anna Kournikova.
June 7, 1981, in one of the then capitals of Communism--Moscow,
Russia--Anna began playing tennis at age five. Unlike many
other storied tennis pros, Anna wasn't forced into tennis, her mother
(another hottie) and
did they know that their small investment was about to pay off big.
Anna started competing all over Russia and then in the United States.
While she has yet to actually win any major tournament on her own,
she's definitely won over our eyes, thoughts, and libido here in the
United States. Russia is another story. Her fellow
countrymen are annoyed after she proclaimed on Russian radio that she
"feels like an American."
that we say, "Balderdash!" If those former-commie
bastards don't want her, we'll take her! Hell, we even opened
up our emails and hard drives to that woman, and still, we forgive
and move on. Anna, welcome to America--call us if you need a