In this post, you will find great Tennis Player Quotes from famous people, such as Howard Jacobson, Rod Laver, Garbine Muguruza, Johanna Konta, Matt Kuchar. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
I recall waking to the realisation that I was the best table tennis player under 17 in north Manchester and parts of Bury. The satisfaction lasted for half an hour before I saw into the nothingness of things.
There’s a lot of ingredients go into being a good tennis player.
My dad was a professional basketball player, and my mom was a hell of a tennis player.
The most challenging thing is people do see me as a tennis player, but I’ve had a lot of opportunities because I am a tennis player. And I don’t mind that.
If you look at tennis, the girls have become much more attractive; they wear makeup. In my generation, you were a tennis player. It wasn’t like you had to look a certain way.
I’m a good tennis player, and I’ve never done so good on grass.
I’m a decent tennis player. Good backhand.
As a tennis player you can win and you can lose, and you have to be ready for both. I practised self-control as a kid. But as you get older they both – winning and losing – get easier.
I think in the lifetime of a tennis player there are many times where you feel that tremendous confidence.
I’m actually a pretty good tennis player!
I am a hero worshiper. I love the number one tennis player. I love the number one baseball player. I want to see those records broken.
No tennis player is perfect. Even if you’re world #1, I don’t think, you still have things to improve on, and I’m not even close to that. So I am going to have weaknesses in my game; I am going to have strengths in my game, but I still have time to develop a lot of things, hopefully, and we’ll see how it goes.
There is so much that goes in to being a good tennis player. It’s not just what you can do well on the court, it’s between the ears as well.
I was in a very multi-racial, multi-cultural schooling system. I had a really delightful childhood. I was a jock. I became a very competitive swimmer in Zimbabwe. I was a swimmer, a tennis player, a hockey player. Then, when I was 13, I joined a Children‘s Performing Arts workshop in Zimbabwe.
I actually wanted to be a tennis player.
When I told people that I wanted to grow up to be a tennis player, they laughed at me. My dad has always been supportive, but he was laughing, too.
As a child, I wanted to be an athlete, a professional tennis player or something like that.
When I fight for a cause and I know it, I fight for it. I’m not scared to say something. I think some tennis player, maybe they’re a bit scared, whatever is the reason. Definitely, some athletes, they fight for big cause. They speak it loud. I think it’s great. It’s great for sport. It’s great for life.