'CSI' serves up Chris Evert and Lindsay Davenport

Chris Evert and Lindsay Davenport are tennis icons, but thanks to one of television's most popular series, they're trying a new game.With more than 200 singles titles between them, they play themselves -- as does another veteran of the sport, Justin Gimelstob -- on CBS' "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" Wednesday, Jan. 23. They're seen covering a big match for a player who's found dead soon after (in a tennis ball firing machine, no less), and for both Evert and Davenport, the opportunity was something they couldn't resist.Evert tells Zap2it she's a friend of series star Elisabeth Shue. "She plays in my pro-celebrity event every year, and she's really good, one of the best celebrity players I know. I think she had mentioned they wanted [John] McEnroe for this, and I said, 'Well, OK. Have a good show.' Then my agent got a call from the producer, and I said, 'Yeah, as long as I'm not...



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