Q & A Enrique Iglesias

July 23, 2007
July 23, 2007

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July 23, 2007

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Q & A Enrique Iglesias

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SI: Is there a sport you can beat Anna at?

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Iglesias: Anything except tennis and wrestling. Her reflexes are disturbingly good. You throw anything at her, and she catches it.

SI: Before you started going out with Anna, did you follow tennis?

Iglesias: I did, but now I can analyze it a bit. I like watching women's tennis more than men's, though watching Roger Federer is like watching something perfect.

SI: Can you play?

Iglesias: I'm not good. Anna and I have not played much, maybe once. Just to get some exercise, I should do it more often.

SI: What have you learned about athletes that you didn't know before you started dating one?

Iglesias: I respect athletes 1,000 times more now. In music you can start whenever, 18 or 19 years old. If you want to be an athlete, you have to start when you are four or five. There is so much dedication.

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