The glory is being happy. The glory is not winning here or winning there. The glory is enjoying practicing, enjoy every day, enjoying to work hard, trying to be a better player than before.
I love the beach. I love the sea. All my life I live within - in front of the sea.
My motivation is tomorrow, just one day at a time, right?
It's important to have people around you with enough confidence to say if you are not acting in a good way. Normally, when you are at the top, people say everything is fantastic. Probably in that moment it is what you want to hear, but it's best to be reminded how to act properly.
My motivation and aspiration is the same, being number one or being number five. So that's the truth. And my goal is the same - it's to always be happy playing, it's to enjoy the game and improve always.
I like fishing. Not actual fishing - I like the peace and quiet of being at sea. It's different.
If you don't lose, you cannot enjoy the victories. So I have to accept both things.
It's not the time to look for excuses.
I'm ambidextrous when I eat. But playing tennis right-handed - I can't do it. I'm clueless.
You just try to play tough and focus point for point. Sounds so boring, but it's the right thing to do out there.
I appreciate a lot in this life; the things you cannot buy. Life is only once. I am happy being here and all the things that are a risk I normally avoid.
New York is a special place; it's a city that I love.
I started to travel like this at the age of 15 so for me, it's normal. Some days you get tired and you feel, 'I want to stay at home a little bit more,' but it's only the moment.
The thing, when you're down two sets to love, is to stay calm, even though it's hard, because people are freaking out, people are worried for you.
Why would I want a place of my own? Then I would have to things worry about, like doing laundry and having food in the fridge.
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