Angelique Kerber Tennis Player: Rules of Life & Best Quotes Ever
Get the List of the most interesting Facts, Quotes & Rules of Life of Angelique Kerber Tennis Player, ranked №2 in the World about her dreams, secrets, trumps, family, NY, tennis & much more…
The secret of my wins lies in the fact that I learned to relax. Before I come to the court, or even during the competitions, I sometimes relax and do not think about the matches and tennis. This method of relaxation, gives me the strength and energy. At this stage, it seems to me that I have learned to combine career and privacy, without any harm to myself.
I’m trying to improve my tennis, improve everything around, and also take a lot of experience.
Now I know how to handle the pressure and everything when you win a big tournament. I feel like I need to prove it to everyone. And also when you reach a Grand Slam I think this is the most important thing for me, to handle this, find the way how to do everything.
My great love is tennis – that has always been so. Tennis is the most important thing to me right now,I still have time to find a boyfriend, get married and have children. After all if there is one guy out there waiting for me, then we will find each other eventually, without forcing it.
If you want it, create it. I worked hard to become a Grand Slam champ. I’m not finished yet.
Steffi Graf wrote me actually after my semis that she is proud and she is hopping that I would win the final, wishing me good luck and just enjoy the final. That what she wrote me so I was trying to listen to her.
I try to believe much more in myself. When I won against Azarenka, that showed me that I am a really good player and I can show it as well on the big courts.
I am certainly not the second Steffi Graf, but I am the first German tennis player that won the “major” after her. Steffi Graf is a true tennis legend and I was always trying to reach her level. She is my idol.
One of my main trumps is that I always fight to the last in any situation on the court.
You can always be happy traveling the world, meeting new people, visiting amazing places. I obviously sometimes miss my family and being at home, but a tennis player’s career is short so you have to make the most of it when you have the chance.
It’s hard to become a champion without hard work, great concentration, determination and dedication on and off-court.