Firing Sanchez was the worst decission of her life.
The belief that man is an irresolute creature pulled this way and that by two forces of equal strength, alternately winning and losing the battle for his soul; the conviction that human life is nothing more than an uncertain struggle between heaven and hell; the faith in two opposed entities, Satan and Christ - all this was bound to engender those internal discords in which the mind, excited by the incessant fighting, stimulated as it were by the constant promises and threats, ends up by giving in and prostitutes itself to whichever of the two combatants has been more obstinate in its pursuit. Life isn't black and white, it's gold.
hard to say with her.I thought she was finished a couple of years ago and should have stick to doubles and then (out of nowhere)she almost ended 2012 in the top10.
firing Sanchez was indeed a really stupid move though
"I felt I owed you a heartfelt explanation after my heart wrenching loss yesterday. As you all well know, I've been struggling with a leg injury since Europe. Although I took off from playing in 3 tournaments, the doctors warned me that if I continued to play, I could make things worse. As a competitor, it's really hard to hear of accept this but it's clear, things are a bit more serious so I must put down my racket to do the appropriate treatments to avoid surgery. Sadly this is not the news I wanted to give but I had wanted to be honest so none of you thought I was just giving away matches. I promise to keep you all updated and hope this extended time of rest and treatment will have me strong and ready when I'm given the green lights. Thank you for your support."
The most wasted of all days is one without laughter....
Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there Enjoy This Moment!!
HEALTH and HAPPINESS to EVERYONE
I use to really enjoy the Russians when they played at the time with Venus, Serena, Hingis, Lindsey, Pierce, Jen, Kimmye, Justine, Amelie, Chanda, Seles, Ana K, and others. They played better before the WTA went on a strategic campaign to make them irrelevant for Maria. They were good players but when they got their golden girl, they started putting the Russian players on lower courts such as court 12 - 18. They just disappeared in the night never to be seen again. And after Elena and Dinara retired, they really became irrelevant and it never made any sense.
Nadia always had so much potential but she could never control her emotions and put all of her talents together to get the big win. Nadia is young and I hope she recovers from her injuries and continues to play tennis. At this point, I can't say that she will never win a grand slam, although the probability doesn't look too good. But hell, who would have thunk Francesca would have won the FO or Marion would have won the most coveted slam of all (Wimbeldon)
I just think if she can play and is healthy, and wants to play, then she should play.