Sofia Kenin: "Until last year I hated clay-courts"

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Sofia Kenin: "Until last year I hated clay-courts"

This season is extraordinary for the young American tennis player Sofia Kenin. The talented tennis player has surprisingly won the Australian Open, she has reached the Round of 16 in New York and is now she in the quarterfinals of the Roland Garros: no tennis player so far has a better schedule in 2020 and the tennis player, usually doesn't like clay-courts, she reached the quarters and is once again a candidate to be the revelation of the tournament.

Sofia Kenin's words during the press conference

After the victory against Ferro, Kenin made the following statements at the press conference: "I am super proud of myself. I experienced so many emotions during this match and I am very happy to have won.

Of course, the situation of the public was not the best but I understand it in this period. I'm happy to be in the quarters here, I usually play poorly on clay-courts. In the past as a junior I hated clay-courts but from last year I started playing well here.

That's why I'm proud, I feel like I'm playing really well. The relationship with my father? He's always been my coach, he's always been by my side. We have always worked together and he knows me better than anyone else.

We are doing well, he knows my tennis perfectly and knows what to tell me in every moment of the match. The crowd against? I tried to use it as a motivation, even though I wasn't happy. I was facing a French tennis player, it was normal that people wanted her to win.

I used the crowd as motivation and in the end I won. It is always important to win a match "The problems on clay:" Last year I started playing well on clay and it was a great season. I played here against Serena Williams and it was a very surface game.

I am proud to be in the Quarter Finals, this surface has always choked me and I never liked it. Now everything has changed and it's a surface I'm comfortable on." meanwhile yesterday was a special day especially for Danielle Collins and Nadia Podoroska, two outsiders who reached the quarters the first, and the semifinals the second.

A historic day for the French open 2020, also considering the amazing challenge between Dominic Thiem and Diego Schwartzman, lasted more than five hours and lastet till the fifth sets. Dominic Thiem vs Diego Schwartzman was perhaps the most exciting, hard and fun match of the Roland Garros 2020: a real sport for clay-court, between two great performers on this surface