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WATCH: Charleston stars play "Would You Rather?"
Published Jun 25, 2020
Tennis is back in Charleston. The Credit One Bank Invitational started Tuesday as the city's first sports event in months. April's Volvo Car Open was cancelled this year, but Charleston couldn't keep away from tennis for long.
Sixteen WTA players including Madison Keys, Alison Riske, Monica Puig, Amanda Anisimova and Shelby Rogers are playing in the six-day event. Off the court, they played something a little simpler, but maybe just as fun: a game of Would You Rather?.
The questions included: play with a sandpaper grip or no socks, play with hair down to your knees or bangs down to your chin, play with a racquet the size of a ping-pong paddle or the size of your whole body and drink a glass of milk or run a quarter mile at every changeover.
The first two days of the event were hindered by rain but plenty of matches have been completed with a lot more action to come across the next four days.