I like the uniqueness and creativity you can have on a basketball court; there's always a different way to score. Obviously, you have teammates, so it's easier to draw up plays, and tennis, you have your patterns and where you should hit based on percentage.
Just being away from home was the toughest bit. Battling injuries, going to tournaments, and not even playing was tough, but they're not really big problems.
I love just being in Canberra and being with my family, being with my friends.
I love to go out and have fun, but I'm not all about partying, so that's a perfect place for me to get away from tennis with my friends. I think Canberra is the best place in the world.
I've always wanted to play Davis Cup. I love Davis Cup.
Jordan 1s are my favourite sneaker, and I also love the Jordan Eclipse.
There is a constant tug-of-war between the competitor within me wanting to win, win, win and the human in me wanting to live a normal life with my family away from the public glare.
I don't have a doubt that if I wanted to win Grand Slams, I would commit. I'd train two times a day. I'd go to the gym every day. I'd stretch. I'd do rehab. I'd eat right.
I'm on League Pass watching the NBA, I love seeing what the players are wearing to the games; it gives you a hint as to what they're about off the court and their personality.
I think when things get tough, I'm just a little bit soft.
I feel like the off-season, for me, is not about getting on court and trying to improve or get better. I want to completely step away from the game and, like, really just enjoy my time at home.
I get so angry. I just go through so many different patches in a game. It's so hard for me to find that balance. It's a tug-of-war all the time.
I think if I have a lot of positive energy out there, I'll be fine.
I feel like I'm one of the best players in the world tactically.
It's good when you're out there on a tennis court. There's nowhere to hide. It's all you, tactically, physically, mentally.
I like shoes that, no matter where I am, if I see a basketball or tennis court, I can tie them up and play.
I think at times I get treated a bit unfairly, but then so do other athletes in Australia, and I feel like things can change.