Novak Djokovic finds Ruud dined with Shania Twain: "Oh my gosh"



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Novak Djokovic finds Ruud dined with Shania Twain: "Oh my gosh"

A Tennis Channel interviewer asked each of the 8 best players in the world to guess who, among them, went for dinner with the popstar Shania Twain. Novak Djokovic guessed it was Casper. "Oh my gosh, that was a wild guess. I mean he's good-looking," said Djokovic.

Bouchard went wild when Shania Twain touched her hand

Back in 2015, it was startling, though, to witness how wild the Canadian tennis star Bouchard could go after singer Shania Twain simply touched her palm. Genie, who was there at her concert, burst out in happiness and immediately shared the moment on social media.

Genie goes crazy for Shania's touch in this VIDEO:

Yet, this was not Shania Twain's only encounter with tennis.

Shania Twain, one of the top-selling country artists of all time, was the headline opening performer at the US Open in 2017. Twain supported Ruud at the Gstaad Open this year. "Spent my Sunday watching Casper Ruud win his second @SwissOpenGstaad!

Congratulations my friend, what a result!” Shania Twain tweeted.

According to her Spotify description, "Shania Twain rivaled Garth Brooks as the defining country star of the 1990s, the musician who helped broaden the sound and appeal of the genre.

Where Brooks brought a pop audience to country, Twain invaded the pop charts, working with producer Robert John "Mutt" Lange to marry country conventions with classic rock swagger and adult contemporary appeal. The pair unveiled this blend on The Woman In Me, the 1995 album that produced four number one country hits, but perfected it on Come On Over, a 1997 blockbuster featuring "You're Still the One," "That Don't Impress Me Much" and "Man!

I Feel Like a Woman," hits that altered the course of modern pop by delivering country music with the flair and style of MTV. Twain's appeal extended far beyond American country audiences, targeting international markets with Up!, a 2002 album that marked the end of her collaboration with Lange but not her stardom.

She spent the first years of the 2000s and 2010s quietly, as generations of musicians raised on her music started to become stars in their own right. She re-emerged with Now, a record that debuted on the top of the charts upon its release in 2017. "