“Only I will not do it anymore selfish to try to drive my career.” The Australian Open winner had announced her career end on Wednesday for the public completely unexpectedly.
- With 18 she had already paused her career for years for years
- Swiatek will probably be your successor at the one
When asked if a comeback was completely excluded, Barty said, “You should never never say, I would say the door is, but she is not locked.” It is a person who never categorically no say, but it feels like that as if the chapter of your tennis race is completed.
They are now looking forward to training teenagers and “contributing a contribution,” stressed Barty. “I can not wait to teach my nieces and nephews and hope they will love tennis as well as I do.”
With 18 she had already paused her career for years for years
In the future she wanted to spend more time with her family. “I’ve always been a domestic man, I open my batteries, so I refer my energy.” Since last year, Barty has engaged with the professional golf player Garry Kissick. “That’s a new chapter for Garry and me, and that will be fun,” she said.
Whether you want to try in other sports, she left it open. At the age of 18, she had interrupted her career because of the print and the many travels for almost two years and played a professional cricket in the break. “I’ve always been an athlete in the sense that I’ve tried different things,” Barty said. “We’ll see what happens.”
Swiatek will probably be your successor at the one
For 114 weeks, the right-handed guarded in Ipswich near Brisbane was at the top of the world rankings. Only three players had a longer series than you: Steffi Graf (186), Serena Williams (186) and Martina Navratilova (156). After the ongoing tournament in Miami is probably IGA Swiatek the new number 1. The Polin is with more than 2200 points behind the second of the world ranking. If she wins the two-round game against Viktorija Golubic this Friday, the 20-year-old is at the top of 4 April at the top.
At the end of January, Barty had taken care of since 1978 for a home triumph in Melbourne. Overall, she won three Grand Slams in her career. In front of the Australian Open she already won in Wimbledon and the French Open. “I would not change anything, and I do not regret anything,” Barty pulled her conclusion.