Suarez Navarro: 'My worst memory is against Serena Williams'


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Suarez Navarro: 'My worst memory is against Serena Williams'

In an interview to Marca Carla Suarez Navarro was asked to pick her worst memory ever as a player. The Spaniard said: "The worst match and the worst memory, the quarters with Serena Williams in the US Open. I lose 6-0 6-0 in the night session on my birthday.

Other bad moments, when you get injured, when you decide to change coach, it's bad situations." Suarez Navarro was asked if she may play mixed doubles with Nick Kyrgios: "I do not know, but I would like to do some mixed.

I have a person in my mind for the French Open, but I am yet to ask. If in Australia Kyrgios asks me, I can tell him yes. I have to think about it because it is a major thing and I do not know if I will like it." Meanwhile Janko Tipsarevic compared the three greatest guys to Michael Jordan in basketball, Michael Schumacher in Formula 1 and Mike Tyson in boxing.

"The problem is that they won so much that to speak of a new giant you need to win ten Grand Slam titles. What they did for the sport is unbelievable, but it really shows to other players that it's really possible.

When Pete Sampras won 14 Majors, they thought nobody would have equalled him. So Federer came, followed by Nadal and then Novak. As long as some new stars do not come up, after their retirement tennis will go through a dark time."