Agnieszka Radwanska recalled her Wimbledon runs. In an interview on Saturday, former Poland's player said: “I’ve so many great memories, especially the final here – I remember it as if it was a week ago", admitted Radwanska, referring to her 2012 three-set championship clash loss to Serena Williams.
"It’s always nice to be back, especially here. I was talking about my first time at Wimbledon to some friends, about playing on Courts 2 and 3 – and some matches on Court 17, which doesn’t even exist anymore because it’s a restaurant!
Thirteen years in a row on Tour sounds like a long time but the time flies and it’s over. It was a very hard decision for me, but I think the timing was right. I could no longer play at the level I was used to. I’m happy to be back here on the courts and see friends playing great tennis and still enjoy the sport.
It’s fun to be here and see everything from a different perspective." “I just want to slow down a bit, enjoy not having so much pressure or stress, but of course I’m always going to be around tennis.
It’s been my life and it’s always going to be in my blood. I’m not going to have as many weeks on the Tour as before, but it’s nice to be back around tennis, broadcasting or commentating, and I’m always working to help build tennis in Poland, to help younger players”.