Originally Posted by adam_ads_n
The match was not bad at all.
Tennis was her priority, but she also had a court case with her ex-sponsor, some coach changes (some not made by her, but by her team). So she simply went from the tennis court to the other court.
Today she gave a post match interview in which she explained that different coaches tried to change her tennis so many times, that now she came back (hopefully for good) to Paweł Ostrowski. She said that she needs to come back to her best tennis from years back and they know each other for over 10 years. She also added that with Ostrowski she had successes in the past (which is true). She is positive, she knows there is a long way to go, but it's possible. She also said that she really blew her chances yesterday and actually she knows about it.
The worst thing is that media try to suggest she should change the coach while she just came back to the one she finds good for her...
I don't doubt tennis is important to her, but I doubt it is important enough to be a priority above sponsor disputes, above boyfriends, etc. In fact I believe Marta is "all woman" in traditional sense (nothing wrong with that) and having her relationship needs satisfied and whatever else woman needs will always be above professional ambition.