Found February 05, 2012 on NESN.com:
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Serena Williams and Christina McHale helped to give the U.S. women's tennis team a 2-0 edge over Belarus at the Fed Cup at the DCU Center on Saturday. Following the victories, NESN.com's Ben Barker caught up with the duo to get their take on the action. Both discussed how much of an honor it is to play for Team USA, while also shedding some light on what the team dynamic is like. Check out the video above to hear more.
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