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Topic - Lindsay Davenport
Tennis Hall of Fame inductee Lindsay Davenport joins SportsTalk Live to talk about her experience at Wimbledon along with the prestige of the tournament.
Lindsay Davenport was in the middle of another major life milestone when she found out she had been elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
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.
As a 4-year-old she watched Venus Williams playing on TV and fell in love with her dress.
Retired tennis stars Chris Evert and Lindsay Davenport will guest star on an episode of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" in January.
"For any player who has ever played with insecurity, not sure where they're supposed to be, how good they are, that really was a huge moment, not just in my career but for me personally," Davenport said.
"Growing up playing tennis, getting to the Hall of Fame was never even in my dreams," she said on a conference call Monday after the class of 2014 was announced. "It seemed a little bit too big for me."