Tennis superstar Ana Ivanovic and Britain's Heather Watson were among the top players who enjoyed a whale of a time in Miami as they prepared for the Sony Open. Only they were actually hanging with dolphins.
What could be more perfect than spending a carefree afternoon kissing and cuddling dolphins and being pulled along around a pool while bathing in the sunshine?
The city's Seaquarium provided the perfect place to chill before the hard work begins. Who says tennis players put in too many hours?
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