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Angie Kerber
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Angie Kerber - World's No 1.



April 6, 2017: “I think it wasn’t so much what I was doing then, it was more what I wasn’t doing. I think I’ve got better now with my habits. I think I’ve gotten a bit stronger now with my identity on court and what I bring to the court. With time I became stronger in just my game style and what I wanted to first bring to the court and then I got clearer on following through with game plans, just being a bit mentally stronger to be able to stay focused for a longer period of time. It’s not easy to stay focused and keep on one train of thought for an hour and a half, two, three, however long it takes. A big part of that was maturity on my behalf.
Johanna Konta, on how she been able to transform from journeywoman, ranked No. 144 in March 2015 to an elite star ranked No. 7, after defeating Caroline Wozniacki 6-4, 6-3, to win the Miami Open, the most notable success by a British female since Virginia Wade won Wimbledon in 1977.

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