I think that's my personality, to have a good laugh and not to take myself too seriously. And of course I have my things on the court but when I'm off the court I just like to have fun.
As long as I win I'm doing something right.
I never give up. Doesn't matter what the score is.
In Denmark lots of people come up to me for autographs.
On grass, it can be the small things that decide a match.
My mom was always the support. I can always go out to her and she'll always find the positive in things.
The only one I feel pressure from is myself to go and give my all for every match and, obviously, I'm a competitor.
I do my best, and that's all I can do.
You feel better about yourself when you do something with yourself. You also feel more confident.
I have nothing to lose and think that it's a positive thing that I am young and playing on a good level.
My parents just always taught me to be reasonable.
You can't dwell in your past but move forward, look forward. That's it.
Golf can be tougher than tennis when things go wrong, because you can't explain things by saying that your opponent played better than you. It's a cruel sport in that way.
I try to be myself and, of course, be a good role model. I don't really find it hard, but you think about what you do and that other people look up to you.
I like to be with my friends and my family, listen to music and read books. Things like that relax me.
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