It was a confusing time in my life, a really bad day at the office.
Girls had never been important. I'd had a girlfriend or two and had liked them a lot but it wasn't love, because my first love was tennis.
I love the winning, I can take the losing, but most of all I Love to play.
An autobiography is not about pictures; it's about the stories; it's about honesty and as much truth as you can tell without coming too close to other people's privacy.
I'm not a God, I make mistakes.
I believe that everything in life happens for a reason.
I was in the tennis bubble. I wasn't thinking about the big picture. I didn't notice what they said on television, I wasn't reading any papers. I had a coach and a manager, and they kept me in the bubble.
I can't change history, I don't want to change history. I can only change the future. I'm working on that.
When I was a child, I had posters of James Dean in my room. I was a big admirer of his work and was fascinated by him living on the edge. Looking back, my life was kind of the same.
If I go into a club now, all the blonde girls leave my corner and all the black girls come into my corner. It's as if I'm racist towards white girls!
So this is it. Match point for eternity.
I want to be a hero, a small and good kind of hero, even though I know heroes have very short lives.
Tennis is a psychological sport, you have to keep a clear head. That is why I stopped playing.
A few years after my first son was born, he wanted to know how we chose his name, so I began reading him the story of Noah's Ark.
Does anyone ask their parents how they are conceived?
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