January 01, 1999

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To paraphrase the Russian satirists Ilf & Petrov, the world can be divided into two groups of people: those who read Russian Life and those who do not.

This month, we welcome American tennis star Venus Williams to the more esteemed of these two groups. Ranked number five in the world, Williams was recently in Moscow to participate in her second Kremlin Cup tennis tourney, where she was seeded #1.  Unfortunately, Williams has never won a Kremlin Cup; this year she lost in the semifinals to Mary Pierce. 

In any event, when our correspondent passed a copy of Russian Life to Williams, seeking an interview, she was positively effusive about the magazine and insisted on subscribing.

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