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LOS ANGELES (AP) - Chris Evert and Lindsay Davenport are taking a swing at acting as guest stars on “CSI.” Some script revisions were in order, though, when the retired tennis champions shot their scenes.
“She never likes attention,” Evert said.
Davenport read the script and said, “I had a panic attack. I was like, `There’s no way.’”
“Most things that come to me that are outside my comfort zone are things that I don’t want to do,” Davenport said. “You either have that personality or you don’t.”
Shue is a big tennis fan and urged the “CSI” writers to pen an episode involving the sport. She’s played in Evert’s charity event in Florida and the Hall of Famer said the actress’ game makes her “one of the best women celebrities I’ve ever seen.”
So who flubbed their lines?
Evert said acting is relaxed compared to playing pro tennis.
“If you flub up your lines, you can do it five times. In tennis, there’s no dress rehearsal. You play your match and that’s it,” the 18-time major champion said.
Shue’s character interrogates Evert, and the two trade shots on the court in a scene that took a good part of their 10-hour day to set up and shoot. Cameras filmed each woman’s side of the court at least 10 times and then pulled back to film the entire court.
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