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Yesterday 07:50 PM
Katja
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

News | WTA Tennis English

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WUHAN, China - Angelique Kerber's 2016 season has been all about new challenges. So far the new No.1 has passed each hurdle with flying colors. Now she is primed and ready to play with a target on her back.

After two weeks of rest after winning her second Slam title at the US Open, Kerber says she's ready to play with the pressure of being the leader in the clubhouse.

"I'm actually more excited," Kerber told reporters during All-Access Hour at the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open. "I know that I have the pressure on my shoulders because now nobody has [anything] to lose against me. The pressure is always on my side.

"But at the end I really looking forward to take this challenge. It's a new situation for me. I will try to not think too much about this because I learned from the years before that I have to really focus on every single day here. It's a new tournament, new opponents. That will be my focus this week.

"Every player would like to beat me now. So I will just try to going out and not think about this. I'm going out to think like they are: to beat everybody on court as well, to win the matches. I think when I'm going with this focus in the match, like I did the last few months and tournaments before, and that worked. So I will try to continue that."

To that end, Kerber says the prospect of finishing the year at No.1 is not on her mind. She sat down with coach Torben Beltz after New York and the two agreed that her primary goal for the remainder of the season was to do well at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global, where has yet to qualify out of the group stage.

Whatever happens at year's end, the other players have gone out of their way to congratulate the German, both for her New York triumph and for becoming the first German to reach No.1 since her childhood idol, Stefanie Graf.

"Angelique is definitely playing unbelievable tennis this year," said Agnieszka Radwanska. "She really showed that she can play great tennis on every surface. Very solid tennis. She definitely deserves to be No.1. I think this is the only player that played as good over a whole season."

Carla Suárez Navarro was one of the first players to congratulate Kerber on Twitter after she won the US Open to consolidate her rise to No.1. The Spaniard has never been shy about her respect for the German's work ethic.

"For me, Kerber at No.1 is not a surprise because she was there during so many years," Suárez Navarro said. "I know her. I know how she works. She won two Grand Slams in the same year. If you are not No.1 with these results, it's not good. I mean, she makes two Grand Slams, one final. I think she really deserve.

"We've had Serena for a long time because when Serena is good, I think she's in another level. From the last year and also this year, Serena is not the same. But she's still there. It's good. A new change for tennis, for tennis fans, for us, because we know that we can have door open to be there also. I'm really happy for Angie."

Madison Keys has seen her career over the last two season intertwine with Kerber's rise. The two have played five times in the last three seasons, and though Kerber leads their overall head-to-head 5-1, Keys has played her close.

"So much fun," Keys said with a rueful grin when asked about their rivalry.

"Being on the other side of the net, it's not surprising in the slightest," Keys said when asked about Kerber's rise to the top spot. "Obviously Serena is Serena. But it's really cool to see Angie there. I think 100% she's probably been the most consistent player the entire year."

Back on tour for the first time since Flushing, Kerber has certainly been feeling the love in Wuhan from her colleagues.

"Everybody is coming to me and 'congrats' and everything. This is really nice, to have the respect of the players."

The feeling in the locker has changed with the No.1 shift. As Keys said, Serena is Serena. The respect for her reign and her game has not diminished. Similarly, the word "deserved" was used by many to describe Kerber's ascension.

But the change has sent a ripple of hope throughout the upper ranks, that their opportunity for a breakthrough at the Slams or with the No.1 ranking is not as far off as it felt a year ago.

"Everyone has a chance to reach the top if we believe," Simona Halep said. "And we started to believe more, I think.

"I can say that it's much easier to work, it's much easier to believe in yourself when you see that Serena is not there anymore winning every tournament, being No. 1 in the world for years."

"It's different. I feel that everything, it's open now. I feel that everyone has a chance to win a big tournament, to reach the No. 1. It's not easy, of course. You have to work a lot, to give everything you have, to give the best all the time, like Kerber did this year. She deserves to be there. She worked hard. She played great during the Grand Slams. That's the most important thing."

Kerber also further cements the ongoing trend in tennis favoring older champions. Francesca Schiavone seemed to kick off the trend of older first-time Slam winners when she stunned everyone to win the 2010 French Open. Along with Serena's domination in her 30s, success has continued to come later for most first-timers, such as Li Na, Sam Stosur, Marion Bartoli, Flavia Pennetta, and now 28-year-old Kerber.

"It used to be at 21 if you're not winning a Slam, you're like, Oh, she's done," said 21-year-old Keys. "But now people are doing better and better as they're getting older. It's become much more a mental game. I think that's really cool to see and be a part of."

Suárez Navarro agreed, adding that the youth surge over the last few years has also added more dimension and variety to the field.

"We have different kinds of players," she said. "Players, when they are like 18 years old, they play really good, they are up there so fast. Then the other players that go year by year making better results. Angie is No. 1 with 28. But yes, for me is a really good motivation because you can also win a Grand Slam. We have so many example, like Flavia, Angie. Tennis is changing a little bit. Years before a lot of players who are between 18 or 21, they were there and they win Grand Slams."

"Now it's changing a little bit. Players are a little bit older. They start to play better. They start to win Grand Slams. Yeah, it's a really good middle for me."

Kerber's rise has given the rest perchance to dream, but it's very much reality for the new World No.1, who plays her opening round match against Kristina Mladenovic on Tuesday.

"Right now I know it's not a dream anymore, and I know that I reached the top and won my second Grand Slam. It's a great feeling still.

"But we are here, new tournament, new matches. This is the challenge for me for the next weeks."
Yesterday 07:49 PM
Katja
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

Kerber in München - Angie bleiben - Sport - Süddeutsche.de

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Angie bleiben

Was ändert sich, wenn man mehr sein soll als nur eine Sportlerin? Beobachtungen bei einem von vielen Terminen im Rampenlicht.

Von Christopher Gerards, München
Ob sie den Tennisball nehmen könne und den Filzstift? Kann sie sich bitte vors Werbebanner stellen? "Und dann tu doch mal so, als ob du schreibst!" Also nimmt Angelique Kerber den Tennisball und den Filzstift. Sie stellt sich vors Werbebanner und tut so, als ob sie schreibt. Sie schaut in die Kamera und lächelt. Klick. Der Fotograf ist zufrieden, Kerber geht weiter, sie hat es fast geschafft.

Seit fast einer Stunde steht sie am Freitagmorgen in einem Tagungsraum am Münchner Flughafen, wird fotografiert, schreibt Autogramme und beantwortet Fragen. Kerber, weiße Bluse, schwarze Hose, ist gekommen, weil eine Versicherung sie als Markenbotschafterin vorstellt, und wenn man das Interesse der Journalisten als Maßstab nimmt, ist sie eine ziemlich gute Wahl. Alle wollen etwas erfahren von ihr. Wird sie oft auf der Straße erkannt? "Ich habe schon Unterschiede festgestellt. Am Flughafen, im Restaurant, in der Stadt. Aber mir ist das nicht unangenehm." Wie war die Zeit ohne Tennis? "Also, einige Tage konnte ich es genießen."

Angelique Kerber, 28, ist die beste Tennisspielerin der Welt, seit knapp zwei Wochen führt sie die Rangliste an, sie hat zwei Grand-Slam-Titel gewonnen in diesem Jahr, in Australien und in den USA. Deshalb geht es an diesem Freitagmorgen am Münchner Flughafen vor allem darum, wie sich ihr Leben in den vergangenen Wochen verändert hat. Und auch um die Frage, wie sie das Tennis in Deutschland verändert hat.

Kerber ist gelungen, was in Deutschland abseits des Fußballs nur wenige schaffen
Es war ruhig geworden um Kerber in den vergangenen Tagen, wenn es so etwas wie Ruhe überhaupt gibt in einem Sportlerleben. Sie war zu Hause in Polen, "ich habe viel geschlafen, gut gegessen, ganz normal gelebt." Ende des Jahres will sie erneut in Urlaub, sie weiß noch nicht, wohin. Sie denkt gerade mehr an das, was vor ihr liegt, und das sind drei Turniere in Asien: in Wuhan, Peking und bei der WTA-WM in Singapur. Es sind ihre ersten Auftritte als Weltranglistenerste, und "ich will die Nummer eins nicht so schnell wieder verlieren".

Kerber steht jetzt bei einem Kamera-Team vom Sportfernsehen. Ein Journalist reicht ihr ein Smartphone, ein Video zeigt Dirk Nowitzki, den Basketballer, und es klingt so, als gratuliere er Kerber. "Ah, der Dirk", sagt sie, "der Dirk, so wie der ist."

Nowitzki ist ein Botschafter des Sports geworden, was in Deutschland abseits des Fußballs nur wenige geschafft haben. Henry Maske, Franziska van Almsick, Boris Becker, Steffi Graf. Die Frage, die man sich stellt, wenn man Kerber dort im Blitzlicht sieht: Wie weit wird es Kerber schaffen, nicht in Tennis-Ranglisten, sondern in den Köpfen der Menschen?

Kerber hat mit ihren Erfolgen zumindest in diesem Jahr etwas erreicht, was zuletzt Graf und Becker gelungen war: dass Tennis in diesem Land eine große Sache ist. Deutsche Tennisprofis von Weltformat? Gab es zuletzt nicht. Es gab Roger Federer aus der Schweiz. Es gab Serena Williams aus den USA. Jetzt gibt es Kerber aus Kiel. Sie ist so gesehen nicht nur Markenbotschafterin eines Unternehmens, sie ist nun Botschafterin ihres Sports. "Ich habe mich entwickelt in den letzten Jahren", sagt sie und dass sie erreichen wolle, dass die Republik ihren Sport stärker wahrnimmt. "Fangt an, Tennis zu spielen" - das ist die Botschaft, die sie vom Münchner Flughafen ins Land senden will.

Lange hat Kerber anderen Spielerinnen den Platz in der ersten Reihe überlassen
Sie sendet diese Botschaft in Journalistenblöcke, in Kameras und in Smartphones, in der Regel lächelnd. Einmal nur ärgert sie sich über eine Frage, es ist nachdem ein Boulevard-Reporter eher semi-tennisbezogen nachgehakt hat, ob sie inzwischen Heiratsanträge erhalten habe. "Unnötig", sagt Kerber.

Lange hat Kerber Sabine Lisicki und Andrea Petkovic die erste Reihe überlassen. Doch nach ihrem Grand-Slam-Sieg in Melbourne war sie auf den Covern von People-Magazinen, es schien ein bisschen, als würde sie die einmalige Gelegenheit nicht versäumen wollen, sich in den Köpfen der Menschen festzusetzen. Ihre Leistungen schwankten kurz, sie hatte sich "leer" gefühlt nach dem Jubelmarathon. Sie musste lernen, beides zu beherrschen: eine öffentliche Figur zu sein und zugleich auf dem Platz zu glänzen.

Und nun, als Nummer eins?

Erfolg kann gefährlich sein, und wenn man Kerber darauf anspricht, sagt sie, dass man sich um sie keine Sorgen machen muss. "Das Drumherum ist etwas Neues, was ich auch gern mache. Da gibt es auch keine Gefahr, dass ich mich verändere oder eine andere Angie sein werde." Wichtig sei, sagt sie, dass sie ihre Leistung auf dem Platz abrufe, das klingt nach einer herrlichen Floskel. Aber es stimmt ja: Wer Wimbledon gesehen hat, Olympia, die US Open, der weiß, dass ihr genau das inzwischen gelingt. Als ein Reporter fragt, wie sie zwischen den Matches in New York abgeschaltet hat, sagt sie, dass sie Bücher gelesen habe, Filme und Serien geschaut. The Choice und Homeland.

Serena Williams ist verletzt - Kerbers Chancen, Nummer eins zu bleiben, steigen
Was sie jetzt antreibt? "Ich war in Singapur noch nie im Halbfinale, das ist das Ziel, das ich in diesem Jahr noch habe." Serena Williams, ihre große Kontrahentin, die jetzt plötzlich ihre Verfolgerin ist, tritt bei den nächsten Turnieren in Wuhan und Peking nicht an, die Schulter. Kerbers Chancen, als Nummer eins ins nächste Jahr zu gehen, steigen. Aber, sagt sie, "es spielen ja noch andere sehr gut Tennis." Understatement ist der Knigge eines jeden Champions, einerseits. Andererseits ist es wohl wirklich auch einer der Gründe, die ihre Stärke ausmachen.

Wenn man sie also fragt, was sie als Nummer eins verbessern kann in ihrem Spiel, dann sagt Kerber: "Da gibt es noch einiges." Ihre Schläge, den Aufschlag, die Fitness. "Also: ein bisschen von allem." Kerber weiß, dass sie fortan jene Spielerin ist, die alle anderen besiegen wollen; dass sie jetzt in jedem Spiel den Druck hat, gewinnen zu müssen. Aber sie sagt auch: "Das ist das Gefühl, das ich immer haben wollte. Und es ist ein gutes Gefühl."

Sie lächelt nochmal in eine Kamera, sie schreibt noch ein paar Autogramme. Dann verschwindet sie aus dem Saal, ein langgezogenes Tschüss. Als sie weg ist, hat man das Gefühl, eine Sportlerin getroffen zu haben, die freundlich gewesen ist und zugleich professionell. Eine Sportlerin, die weiß, was sie will.
Yesterday 06:33 PM
Kerber Counter
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

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Originally Posted by Tecumseh View Post
Don’t worry, Angie is our pride.

The members of the German sports community love Angie and especially appreciate the way she made it to the top. Graf and Becker were prodigies, and it was NID that they would make it big. In contrast, Angie took the hard road and had to overcome some (inner) hurdles to become a champion, and this is why the people here can easier relate to her. Moreover they consider her an exciting tennis player and sports woman. She is a people's champion, in my opinion.

As for those dirty fellows from the German sports media, they represent only a very small minority and nobody with a brain here takes them seriously. They are more interested in gossip, and consequently they consider sportswomen or -men who don't present their private life in public as boring.

I think I said that before.

The most incompetent and at the same time phoney species in Germany is the sports journalist.

I mean, Angie won the US Open on a Saturday, and she didn’t return to Germany before the following Tuesday. So these “experts” had three days of time to prepare themselves for the upcoming media events with the FIRST GERMAN US OPEN CHAMPION SINCE 20 YEARS.

And then they came up with BS questions like this:

In which way do you receive the prize money?

What will you do with the prize money?

Did you already receive marriage proposals?

These fools are easily able to let about 15 minutes lapse away at a press conference with the world’s best tennis player without asking a single question about tennis.

The problem with these guys is that if you start to become more media-affine as a reaction, they would turn that against you subsequently and immediately.

But as I said, not many people here give a damn about these media fools. On the contrary, Angie is very well appreciated in Germany as a modest sports star with an unassuming and lovely personality.

Essentially, she is exactly how the average German wants their sports stars to be, but the German “sports media” doesn’t seem to get it.

It’s shocking to see (but sadly not surprising) how these guys are missing out on such a great story: a notoriously self-doubting shy tennis talent from Kiel becomes a world star in the autumn of her career. But in the end, you can't expect much from people who consider all of that as boring.

But however, there are many sports fans in Germany who absolutely appreciate what Angie has achieved as a tennis player, and this is what matters in the end.
Thank you so much for clarifying everything, Heiko. It's great to hear that she is actually gets the appreciation she deserves from the people in Germany. However, it's disappointing to hear about how disgusting the media can be. I honestly had no idea. Even if someone tells me they are bad, I wouldn't imagine them being THAT bad. It's really ridiculous. I feel bad for Angie for having to face such disgusting questions. I don't even want to hear her answers tbh.
Yesterday 06:12 PM
Tecumseh
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

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Originally Posted by Kerber Counter View Post
This is bad to hear. I had no idea. The "boring/uninteresting" champ narrative is extremely annoying and unfair to her. German media probably wants her to be like Petko? Someone who talks a lot and tells a lot of funny stories. Why not just accept Angie the way she is? It's not that hard. If you want entertainment on TV, then go watch some TV series/movie.
Don’t worry, Angie is our pride.

The members of the German sports community love Angie and especially appreciate the way she made it to the top. Graf and Becker were prodigies, and it was NID that they would make it big. In contrast, Angie took the hard road and had to overcome some (inner) hurdles to become a champion, and this is why the people here can easier relate to her. Moreover they consider her an exciting tennis player and sports woman. She is a people's champion, in my opinion.

As for those dirty fellows from the German sports media, they represent only a very small minority and nobody with a brain here takes them seriously. They are more interested in gossip, and consequently they consider sportswomen or -men who don't present their private life in public as boring.

I think I said that before.

The most incompetent and at the same time phoney species in Germany is the sports journalist.

I mean, Angie won the US Open on a Saturday, and she didn’t return to Germany before the following Tuesday. So these “experts” had three days of time to prepare themselves for the upcoming media events with the FIRST GERMAN US OPEN CHAMPION SINCE 20 YEARS.

And then they came up with BS questions like this:

In which way do you receive the prize money?

What will you do with the prize money?

Did you already receive marriage proposals?

These fools are easily able to let about 15 minutes lapse away at a press conference with the world’s best tennis player without asking a single question about tennis.

The problem with these guys is that if you start to become more media-affine as a reaction, they would turn that against you subsequently and immediately.

But as I said, not many people here give a damn about these media fools. On the contrary, Angie is very well appreciated in Germany as a modest sports star with an unassuming and lovely personality.

Essentially, she is exactly how the average German wants his sports stars to be, but the German “sports media” doesn’t seem to get it.

It’s shocking to see (but sadly not surprising) how these guys are missing out on such a great story: a notoriously self-doubting shy tennis talent from Kiel becomes a world star in the autumn of her career. But in the end, you can't expect much from people who consider all of that as boring.

But however, there are many sports fans in Germany who absolutely appreciate what Angie has achieved as a tennis player, and this is what matters in the end.
Sep 25th, 2016 10:27 PM
mememe
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

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I love how well-liked and respected on the tour Angie is; it's such a welcome change from the cattiness we've seen (or been made to see by the media) over the years among the players.
Sep 25th, 2016 09:13 PM
Kerber Counter
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

Check this out, guys. Great words from these players about Angie.
Angelique Kerber?s rivals happy there?s a new face at the top of women?s tennis - Tennis - International | Sport360
Sep 25th, 2016 02:15 PM
mememe
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

^ Ugh, that question about what she didn't like or would change about her body was so infuriating
Sep 25th, 2016 08:08 AM
Katja
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

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I have to say I am getting increasingly annoyed by interviews and articles in german media. Besides the latest Tennis Magazin one, which is excellent, I realized that the general tone seems to be pointing out her "bland" and "boring" personality. Is this really everything she is reduced to? Does everybody need to be the flashy and flamboyant type? Why is it so hard to just appreciate everything she's done? She should be considered a national hero, but it sounds like people are more looking for explanations why the "german-polish wallflower" turned into a superstar based on her achievements alone. Oh yeah, and of course her german-polish background, a never-ending fountain of controversy. I would have thought that people would me more appreciative of her success so far. Instead they still seem to be looking for excuses why this woman is the one who made it all the way to the top instead of someone more mainstream-friendly. Interestingly the american reports are much more positive towards her, with much more credit for her insanely great year!

Don't know why I complain, I actually kinda like it that she is STILL kind of unnoticed here, even as the world number one player with three grand slam finals and two titles in one season plus Olympic Silver (cannot point all that out enough), but I still feel like she deserves much more, and that her way of dealing with everything she went through the past two months should be rewarded instead of criticized.
That's the German mainstream sports media for you. Can you imagine a male player who just won two slams, a silver medal and became No.1 getting asked again and again for no reason when he is getting married? Or which part of his body he would like to change?

'Random football player X, wow, what a performance today, three goals against Bayern Munich. Are you unhappy about your thighs?'
Sep 24th, 2016 11:32 PM
Kerber Counter
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Originally Posted by UnsUwe View Post
I have to say I am getting increasingly annoyed by interviews and articles in german media. Besides the latest Tennis Magazin one, which is excellent, I realized that the general tone seems to be pointing out her "bland" and "boring" personality. Is this really everything she is reduced to? Does everybody need to be the flashy and flamboyant type? Why is it so hard to just appreciate everything she's done? She should be considered a national hero, but it sounds like people are more looking for explanations why the "german-polish wallflower" turned into a superstar based on her achievements alone. Oh yeah, and of course her german-polish background, a never-ending fountain of controversy. I would have thought that people would me more appreciative of her success so far. Instead they still seem to be looking for excuses why this woman is the one who made it all the way to the top instead of someone more mainstream-friendly. Interestingly the american reports are much more positive towards her, with much more credit for her insanely great year!

Don't know why I complain, I actually kinda like it that she is STILL kind of unnoticed here, even as the world number one player with three grand slam finals and two titles in one season plus Olympic Silver (cannot point all that out enough), but I still feel like she deserves much more, and that her way of dealing with everything she went through the past two months should be rewarded instead of criticized.
This is bad to hear. I had no idea. The "boring/uninteresting" champ narrative is extremely annoying and unfair to her. German media probably wants her to be like Petko? Someone who talks a lot and tells a lot of funny stories. Why not just accept Angie the way she is? It's not that hard. If you want entertainment on TV, then go watch some TV series/movie.
Sep 24th, 2016 11:11 PM
UnsUwe
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

I have to say I am getting increasingly annoyed by interviews and articles in german media. Besides the latest Tennis Magazin one, which is excellent, I realized that the general tone seems to be pointing out her "bland" and "boring" personality. Is this really everything she is reduced to? Does everybody need to be the flashy and flamboyant type? Why is it so hard to just appreciate everything she's done? She should be considered a national hero, but it sounds like people are more looking for explanations why the "german-polish wallflower" turned into a superstar based on her achievements alone. Oh yeah, and of course her german-polish background, a never-ending fountain of controversy. I would have thought that people would me more appreciative of her success so far. Instead they still seem to be looking for excuses why this woman is the one who made it all the way to the top instead of someone more mainstream-friendly. Interestingly the american reports are much more positive towards her, with much more credit for her insanely great year!

Don't know why I complain, I actually kinda like it that she is STILL kind of unnoticed here, even as the world number one player with three grand slam finals and two titles in one season plus Olympic Silver (cannot point all that out enough), but I still feel like she deserves much more, and that her way of dealing with everything she went through the past two months should be rewarded instead of criticized.
Sep 23rd, 2016 09:59 PM
mememe
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

Thanks @Johnbert !
Sep 23rd, 2016 09:01 PM
Johnbert
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

I've uploaded this article



https://mega.nz/#!nwpDUSYK!W4tQx0_1W...XVF9xgRMkJJSss
Sep 23rd, 2016 07:49 PM
mememe
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read a nice article about angie today as she was interviewed in munich airport in advance of leaving for asia.

https://www.welt.de/sport/tennis/art...verlieren.html

plus also like this article, sort of summarizes everything angie has accomplished this year succinctly. angie a hall of famer with only 9 months of accomplishments?

10 things to know about Angelique Kerber's U.S. Open win and her meteoric 2016 rise | FOX Sports
Loved both pieces, thanks for sharing!
Sep 23rd, 2016 07:35 PM
kerberfan
Re: Angie: Interviews, Tweets and Articles!

read a nice article about angie today as she was interviewed in munich airport in advance of leaving for asia.

https://www.welt.de/sport/tennis/art...verlieren.html

plus also like this article, sort of summarizes everything angie has accomplished this year succinctly. angie a hall of famer with only 9 months of accomplishments?

10 things to know about Angelique Kerber's U.S. Open win and her meteoric 2016 rise | FOX Sports
Sep 20th, 2016 05:46 PM
Kerber Counter
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Newly-crowned world No 1 Angelique Kerber insists she has nothing left to prove after US Open victory | Daily Mail Online
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