Declined to take part in the Olympic Games in London and wanted to take a step back from her career. But decided to start her second career, and took on a new coach after had received an email telling her that she was eligible for the qualifying rounds at Roland-Garros.
Likes watching Ocean's 11 and Ocean's 12.
Favorite actors are Julia Roberts and George Clooney.
Fluent in 5 languages: French, Hungarian, English, German, Italian. "I don't know my limits. I am fluent in five languages and I had a great success in tennis, when I was not highly motivated. So, I even can't imagine,what can I do now."
"I love cooking. I was lucky to have nannies at home, that discovered for me cooking. I made soups for my mother in the evening with my nanny. I was happy then."
Adores pets. Has got two dogs and two cats at home.
Her favorite shot is her serve.
"I’m happy for the first time in my life. I do, what I really want to. I have my personal goal. I don’t play tennis because I’m talented and because others expect me to play it. "
Bacsinszky Family Life & Pressure
Was born to Igor (a Hungarian tennis coach) and Suzanne (dentist) in Lausanne (Switzerland).
Has got a brother (a music teacher and member of The Evpatoria Report) and two sisters, Sophie (musician and student) and Melinda.
"I was living in Switzerland and seeing all those other kids around me who had nice families, and then me on the other side."
Her father pressured her into tennis when she was only a child. For this reason
hasn’t spoken to her father in years. " I suffered from the “pushy parents” syndrome. First time I picked up a racquet was at the age of 3 and I was constantly pushed hard by my father to succeed in the sport. I thought about running away to live without pressure. I’d researched the Internet to find out about how to run away successfully."
"The worst moment of my life was, when I got my first sponsor. My father quickly become my coach, because all he needed was money."
"I was so happy to learn new things: school and books gave me a chance to live outdoors the tennis world."
When she was fifteen, forced her mother to divorce her father.
"Great world rankings didn't make me happy. I was sad all the time and didn’t know why. I had no idea what my future should look like."
"I don’t even know how I managed to get up to 37th. I was ultra clever, I read the others’ games well but unfortunately I have never worked on my own. It was just a continuation of the world I’d been put in."
"I gave up on tennis. I couldn’t do more before, because if I shine, my father shines too."
"It is never late to search yourself. I told my friend: “Ok, fine, I’m going to serve coffee in cafés.” And I would have loved it. "
"Changing of life purpose may have a sense. I took up an internship at a hotel to continue education of hotel management.
"I felt a desire to play tennis again. It wasn't matter whether I win or lose. At that point I knew: for the first time in my life I had the opportunity to decide for myself what I wanted to do.
Got three singles and four doubles titles on the WTA Tour.
Has won 12 singles and 14 doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit.
Has a career match record of 23–16 (playing for Switzerland in the Fed Cup).
Reached the semifinals of three junior Grand Slam tournaments in 2004–05 as a child. "I had to win matches, because otherwise my parents would fight."
Won a silver medal in doubles with Martina Hingis at the Olympics in Rio.
The most memorable tournament was 2006 Zürich.
Won her first WTA singles title at the 2009 Luxembourg Open.
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