I started playing wheelchair tennis at the age of 11. It was actually my big sister who suggested it. I have a lot to thank her for in that department. Many others too, but especially that one.
I like the feeling and the challenge of constantly trying to improve and get better at my sport. That feeling of being able to do more now than I could last week is something I really enjoy.
My ultimate aim is to win a Gold medal at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo and to win all four Grand Slams in a year
My biggest moment so far has been winning the 2017 Australian Open, that was my first time. The Australian Open was the first Grand Slam I played in, so it has special meaning for me. I also have fond memories of my victory over Jiske Griffioen at that tournament.
I like the feeling and the challenge of constantly trying to improve and get better at my sport.
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