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Kirilenko and Ovechkin talking wedding plans
“Now it’s a little bit difficult because I’m playing and Alex is playing,” Kirilenko said Wednesday after winning her quarterfinal match at the BNP Paribas Open. “We are just in the period of talking what’s the best. We will find the right day.”
“I want him and the team to win so much,” she said.
She tries not to worry about him getting injured.
“It can happen with us as well, we can twist our knee,” she said. “Just better don’t think. Just be positive. Don’t try to find those bad things.”
Ovechkin’s advice to her? “Just go there and beat them,” she said, laughing.
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