Angelique Kerber is German by birth, but lives and practices in Poland that is Agnieszka Radwanska's country. Asked in her press conference in Wuhan if she'd ever tried to convince Kerber to switch nationalities so that they could team up for the Polish Fed Cup team, Radwanska said, 'Yeah, we were talking about this with Angie and Caro (Wozniacki) that we could really have a great team.' Mentioning her association with Kerber, Radwanska then said, 'I know her granddad and her, she has this huge facility which is in Poznan, which is a big city.
It is in Puszczykowo. I was planning to go there few times, but always something comes up. Well, it's very nice that she has her own indoor courts, especially in Poland. You need indoor courts with our weather. So, yeah, just hoping one day I can just visit her there.' Aga was finally asked to comment on the possible Fed Cup format that could change.
The ITF has proposed neutral venues for Fed and Davis Cups' semi-finals and final. 'I think this is good idea because I think it's good to play in a place that it's close to everyone. Of course, sometimes we're playing Australia or Japan, and you have to go around the world just to play one match.
I think it's going to be fair for everyone just to play somewhere where it's close.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: 'It has been a tough season, I got injured in the worst moment'