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Tennis - RedFoo will not be in the stands cheering Azarenka at this year´s US Open

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Tennis Stories  13 Aug 2013 - 17:04 / by Prakash / reads 6480.
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Tennis - The sight of RedFoo cheering his girlfriend and the world no. 2 tennis player Victoria Azarenka has become quite a common sight these days. In fact, it was at the US Open twelve months ago that RedFoo was first seen in the Belarusian's cheering box and since then, the two have gone from good friends to a couple.

But this August, as Azarenka will aim to go one better than her runner-up finish last year, RedFoo will not be in New York as the musician will be busy in Australia as one of the judges for the X-Factor show there.

RedFoo was part of the band LMFAO which has since disbanded. He also tried to play the USTA sectional play-offs for a wild card into the qualifying draw in New York but did not fare very well.

Azarenka  has won two grand slam titles - both in Melbourne and is looking for her first US Open title.




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