Former World No. 1 Angelique Kerber says that her belief in God helps her get through difficult times. In an interview to Emotion magazine, the three-time Grand Slam champion says her Catholic upbringing gives her confidence in tough times such as the current crisis.
"In difficult moments, belief in God is an anchor for me. However, for me, belief has different forms and also comes into play in believing in yourself and your own way." Kerber says having her own home in the future remains one of her goals.
"That I have my own home, where I can take root." Kerber says she is managing to keep active at home and tries to remain goal-oriented. "Activity clears your head, you get other thoughts. To have a goal in mind!
Even as a child, I much preferred to play for points, a lollipop or an ice cream rather than just back and forth." "I have to see a sense in everything I do." The German is also keeping busy with cooking and her pet dog, a Jack Russell Terrier.
"Like me, he can't sit still. I started cooking. It doesn't hurt if I learn that." "It is really fun! In your own perception, something that you cook yourself naturally has a completely different value than something you order."