Agnieszka Radwanska's Madrid Blog: Tuesday

What helps Agnieszka get over a tough loss? Winning the doubles, yes, but there's something else... read all about it right now!

Published May 11, 2010 12:00

MADRID, Spain - Just 20 years old and already spending her 67th week inside the world's Top 10, Agnieszka Radwanska is one of the brightest young stars on the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour, and this week the Polish No.1 blogs for us.

Agnieszka Radwanska

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

It's always hard to lose, especially when it's close. I was up 4-2 in the third set against Patty and had other chances too, like in some games I was up 40-0 or 40-15. She was playing like a Top 10, Top 15 player today. I know her ranking has fallen but she is fit and was playing really well today.

Winning my doubles match helped. It was really close though. I think it was even longer than my singles match. If I lost the doubles, it would have been the worst day! I've had a lot of tennis today, I'll be going to the physio...

I met Caroline in the locker room, and she lost too, so we were both very upset. To kill the pain we were eating chocolate :) My favorite is milk chocolate. I also like dark chocolate. I'm a chocoholic :) Especially after a long workout!!

I'll relax a bit tonight and have a good dinner. I have a day off from matches tomorrow but I'll still come to the site. I'll write to you all again tomorrow.


Agnieszka's Madrid Blog: Monday
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What is your favourite song right now? Marcin
Good question... I love Beyoncé, Broken Hearted Girl. She's definitely one of my favorite singers and I like that song a lot.

What is your career goal? Mateusz
Everyone wants to be No.1 and win a Grand Slam. Of the four Grand Slams, I would say... I like grass, so maybe Wimbledon would be my goal.

How do you feel about being so popular in Poland? John
Well I know there haven't been many athletes from Poland at the top in sports, especially in tennis, so I understand why I'm popular at home. For sure I've done something big for the history of Polish tennis, but I try not to think about it too much. I just want to focus on doing my best every time I play. I want to show some good tennis if I'm on TV, as well :)

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