I think I could look back through the past few years at missed opportunities and stuff, but one thing I have learned is not to dwell on missed chances or times where you have failed.
As long as there's pasta and Chinese food in the world, I'm okay.
Maybe sometimes I'm such a thinker, I reevaluate too much. Sometimes when it comes down to it, I really don't need to do anything, I don't really need to change anything. I need to just keep plugging away, working at it.
If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try, try, try again.
You can work really hard, but if you're not training in the right way you're not going to improve and get to the level that you want to.
I still have a belief and a faith that some great things are still going to happen in my career. If I didn't believe that, it makes no sense for me to be out there, and on top of that, I know this is a period of time that God wants me to persevere through.
As an athlete, I used my speed, agility and quickness to go out and play against the big guys.
I see tendencies, I see body language.
It has been a difficult road this year, but still I look at every day as a new opportunity.
Obviously the Asian American community wants you to do well. They are cheering you on no matter what the circumstances.
It's like one of those dreams you have when someone is chasing you. You're running as fast as you can, and someone's trotting behind you, just out of range, trying to grab onto you.
I'm a competitive person and it is in my nature to try hard in every match I play. The only time I'm not competitive is when I'm playing against my mom.
My knee feels good right now. I am definitely able to move about whichever way.
If you quit once, it's so much easier to quit the second, third, fourth time.
I look at tennis as a bit of a platform to hopefully touch lives and encourage people.
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