Tennis fans took to Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to ask the WTA Tour's top ranked players questions during media day at the BNP Paribas Open Wednesday.
For the first time, the WTA live streamed the all-access media day hour at Indian Wells as the biggest stars, including Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka, stopped and talked to the press. Fans posed questions they had on social media, with many wanting to know about players hobbies off the tennis courts.
"I've already finished (Homeland) so I'm waiting for the next season. I can't wait for the next season to come out," World No. 10 Caroline Wozniacki said about her TV addiction.
No. 4 ranked Agnieszka Radwanska talked about her studies and addressed her favorite and most hated subjects at the university.
"The most difficult was the law, it was a lot of books, a lot of papers and a lot of studying," Radwanska answered. "Also finance was not easy, but otherwise I like it."
Radwanska, who celebrating her 24th birthday on Wednesday, also joked she's 18 forever.
World No. 3 Maria Sharapova admitted she struggles to keep up with social media when asked by a fan through Twitter.
"I'm overwhelmed by Twitter. I have to be honest, I'm getting used to it. Everyday I wake up, go through all the fans who write me messages and it's not easy because I want it to be unique," Sharapova said. "I'm still getting used to the whole hashtag thing."
Victoria Azarenka talked about the music she listens too as she walks out onto the court.
"Always depends on how I feel," the defending champion said. "Right before I go on court it's something up beat, more like dancing music, club music, something with attitude to get me pumped."
The top women's players will take to the court this weekend at Indian Wells.
"I always love coming back to (Indian Wells)," No. 9 ranked Aussie Sam Stosur said. "It's a beautiful place, the weather is always perfect and the fans really love watching tennis. So there's really no better place to play."