My tennis journey started when I was really young, probably 2 years old. My mum was a tennis coach, and when she was coaching, my brother and I would hang around trying to entertain ourselves. I quickly picked up a racket and started hitting against the wall.
Being a lefty, I loved watching how Nadal would use his lefty serve and forehand to his advantage. But being British, I grew up watching and supporting Andy Murray. Watching a British player compete, and win, at the highest level inspired me to pursue my goal of competing on the tour.
I enjoy interacting with people and seeing what impact my tennis can have on people of all ages and backgrounds. Hopefully, I can inspire young and upcoming juniors to play on the tour one day.
My ultimate goal is to be happy.
One of my proudest moments was getting into Wimbledon without a wild card. I know that might sound strange, but I received a wildcard the previous year and thought next year I want to be here on my own merit. Wimbledon is my favourite tournament – being British and playing on home soil in front of a home crowd, it doesn’t get any better.
One of my biggest moments was winning back-to-back Challenger events. Despite the fact that I have played on bigger stages this year, there is nothing quite like winning an event.
I want to maximize my potential – whatever that might be. To look back and say I gave it all I could have.
Left-handed, two-handed backhand
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