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I stumbled into tennis.
I’m a competitor in everything that I do. I love to compete.
My parents raised me that way: to appreciate what I have and pass it along to others.
Tennis is a very interesting world. It’s a sport of opportunities, but it’s a sport of challenges as well. And for anybody to continue to progress, they have to understand what those challenges are.
Everything that I do is with a purpose and intent of wanting to make a difference.
I went to Northwestern. I bleed purple and white.
I grew up in youth programs in Chicago, so they are definitely close to my heart. It is all about helping kids and giving back to a sport that has given me so much.
In college, you become truly independent; your discipline is honed. It has to be there for your studies. It helped make me who I am, and it increased my determination to be the best I could be.
We make sure that we continue to educate our youth on who Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe were.
I think tennis is very different than most of the other sports when you have the opportunity to go pro. For me, it was pretty simple. Tennis was always an individual sport, and your direct results determined where you could go and what you could do.
We are a traditional sport in an innovative society, and so trying to make change is always a task.
My parents were teachers.