I started playing tennis at the age of eight. At first, I just played once a week for fun while I was playing table tennis. Then I ended up quitting table tennis about eight months later and focused on just the tennis from then.
Ever since I first started playing, I’ve always enjoyed the process of improving my game and trying to achieve better results. My aim is to be a better player and person and to ultimately win a doubles Grand Slam.
To do that, I need to continue working on both my physical and mental shape. Those are definitely related, you only improve when you believe that both will help you on court and off court. You have to have the right mindset first before you start working on the physical side of your game. It’s when both aspects work together to push you towards your goal that things really get better.
There are a few moments that really stand out in my career so far. Winning the 2017 Miami Open Women’s Doubles Championship, reaching the semi finals of the 2016 Australian Open semifinal were great moments. But I’m also really proud to have climbed to number 9 in the world doubles rankings.
Left handed, two handed backhand
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