Samantha Stosur- Female Tennis Player (In a Nutshell)
- Samantha Stosur was born in Australia on March 30th, 1984.
- Her highest ranking Singles ranking is No.4 on February 21st, 2011.
- “I think all tennis players have to struggle through the early stages of their career. We start off playing tournaments and really just get by. I always had a dream to play in the big tournaments and never doubted if it was worth it. Having to battle early on in my career makes all the more worthwhile now.”- Samantha Stosur
Samantha Stosur- Female Tennis Player (Nitty Gritty
- “I did always dream of being a professional player. I think every kid does dream of being a pro, but to last the journey you have to love tennis as a sport and if you are lucky enough to make it in the pros, it is really a bonus.”- Samantha Stosur
- “My workouts include aerobic exercise for a healthy cardiovascular system; strength training to maintain muscle tone and bone density; core strength exercise for a stable mid-section; and stretching to maintain mobility.”- Samantha Stosur
Samantha Stosur- Female Tennis Player (What sets her apart)
- “When I’m playing my best, like I was at the U.S. Open, I feel on top of the match and able to do exactly what I want. There are other times when you’re not in control, but that is tennis and you have momentum changes in every single match.”- Samantha Stosur
- “In tennis it’s east to get greedy – and one Grand Slam doesn’t feel enough any more.”- Samantha Stosur
Samantha Stosur- Female Tennis Player (Final Thoughts)
- “It’s never too late to get into tennis! While I started playing at the age of 8 when my parents gave me a tennis racquet for Christmas, tennis is a lifelong sport that can be enjoyed by people of almost any age. It’s something you never forget once you learn.”- Samantha Stosur
- “I think I will always stay involved in tennis and would like to give back by helping out young players. I have done a little commentary and one day may enjoy doing that again.”- Samantha Stosur