Tennis - End of career no topic for Angelique Kerber: still great passion
The former tennis world ranking learning Angelique Kerber does not think of an early career end. "I still have great passion for the sport. I know, I can still keep upstairs," said the 34-year-old at a press conference in front of her kick-off match at the WTA tournament in Stuttgart: "I feel good, I'm healthy, and I'm healthy I always said that I play, as long as I have this feeling. "
In March, Ashleigh Barty, Australian Number One of the World Ranking, was resigned with only 26 years. "That was surprisingly from Ash. But she has reached everything," said Kerber, "She will go to her way, she not only has the talent for tennis, but also for other sports, she will be successful."
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In Stuttgart, the unjustized kerber meets the world's World Slist Sex Anett Mounting Guard from Estonia in the first round. "It's not a simple first round, I lost the last two times against her," Kerber said, "I do not look at the draw, but on that I give my best tennis games and enjoy this here."