SINGAPORE: There was nothing unpretentious about Monica Seles’ oncourt trade. The snort or the diversion. At 43, nine years after she say farewell to the game, the delicate quality in her discourse is unmistakable. So fragile, you can nearly hear it. The nine-time Grand Slam champion – whose mixing charge was discourteously disturbed by a kitchen cut in 1993, an episode which changed the course of the historical backdrop of the ladies’ amusement – depicts herself as ‘somebody who played the game, and now cherishes to watch it’.
In Singapore as represetative of the WTA Finals, the Novi Sad-conceived American addressed the media on all matters tennis.