Angelique Kerber was hosted by Vogue Magazine in Milan, Italy, on an early morning after sleeping for just four hours. For Kerber, it's not a too bad thing: 'I can immediately sleep on the airplane, this is just an advantage, only waiting for the plane makes me go crazy, I hate waiting', the 27-year-old explained.
She also commented on the keys to having success in tennis: 'It's not about the best technique or resistance on the court to win and lose, it's about who is the strongest mentally, you have to totally be with yourself and in no case, you have to be distracted.' Kerber also explained that he struggled handling losses: 'But obviously it's still funnier when you made it and in the end, you can hold the trophy!' On the highlights of her career, the Brema native added: 'There are moments that I like to remember, starting, obviously, with my first Grand Slam title in Australia, followed by my silver medal at the Olympic Games.
Ending the season as a world number one and winning  Wimbledon title were definitely my best moments in career for me.' She always tries to stay with feet on the ground: 'For me in life, it's important to be authentic and be like you exactly are - and not always defined by your work.
Whether you have a bad day or a better day, in the end, you are always the same person, and this should be clear to all of us out there that should enjoy doing what you do!' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title