Watch And Listen To Vania King Sing ‘Dream A Little Dream Of Me’ During An ESPN Interview [Video]
by Tom Gainey | January 19th, 2012, 9:13 am
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American Vania King knocked it out of the park with this impromptu rendition of the timeless “Dream a Little Dream Of Me”.

King was still on the court after a 3-set win over Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova when ESPN’s Pam Shriver asked the 22-year-old to sing a couple of lines from one of her favorite songs. And King, who’s sung opera before and even performed the national anthem, reluctantly but thankfully, for us listeners, agreed.

What a voice! What a performance!

King now plays No. 21 seed and former champion Ana Ivanovic on Saturday.


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9 Comments for Watch And Listen To Vania King Sing ‘Dream A Little Dream Of Me’ During An ESPN Interview [Video]

MalaMo Says:

Wow, very nice :))

Still, I’m for Ana now.

Btw, I think Ana was a runner up here…


Tennis Vagabond Says:

Fantastic! What guts to do that on the spur of the moment after an exhausting match. I hope to see more of her. Wait! Is she a shrieker? I couldnt handle that.


dari Says:

Amazing. Everyone said it was good, but that’s way better than I thought! This little is very good in the dubs and keeps a foot in the door in singles too. Good for her!


leo Says:

I am now a big fan of hers! What a voice!! Keep at it, Vania.


Miki Says:

damn, that was awesome :)


jonah Says:

Now that was GRRRRRRRREAAAAAT!


Wog boy Says:

She is SINGING, and I mean SINGING, such a humble girl, but sorry I have to go for Ana. Go Ana.
She was runner up, i think she lost to Maria, that was the year when Ana and JJ, kicked out Serena and Venus. Doesn’t happen often so it is nice to remember.


Wog boy Says:

Just checked, AO 2008


jane Says:

Pretty voice, nice choice.

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