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are so beatiful that,I find my s slovery meainingful at
present.I venture everything for her.I can look at her
face without breathing for days.I can be reconciled even
with my enemies and fill my spirit with bad feelingsfor
her.Yes,people can call this as insanity.Perhaps I
couldn't talk with her and look at her eyes although I
love her so much.But I don't say I wont be able to reach
at her.Because,she is so beatiful that my helplessness
gains meaning.I haven't known what the sleeplessness is
until I known her.I have never thought till the mornings
by staring at the ceiling.I don't know how and why? But
isn't her unreachableness that connect me to her so
much? ýt is something like reaching at stars in the
sky.If I find a chance to meet her,prehaps everything
will finish and magic will spoil.But despite of
everything, I cry out with the hope of being able to
lighten the"dark happiens" that this
unresponted love has given me:...
Says She May Never Play Pro Tennis Again
ZURICH (Reuters) -
Former world No. 1 Martina Hingis says she may never
play professional tennis again.
The 22-year-old decided to take a break from the game in
October because of a lingering foot injury and
disappointing results since she returned to competitive
action last August.
She was expected to participate in the Australian Open
but raised doubts about her future in the sport when she
withdrew from the event in December.
"It is totally possible that I won't play top
tennis again, because my feet will not allow it,"
Hingis was quoted as saying in the Blick newspaper.
While the top players battle it out at the Australian
Open, Hingis says she is happy to take it easy at home,
improving her English, and her desire to compete again
is waning by the day.
She said she enjoyed the lack of stress and competitive
drive in her life and did not miss playing at the first
grand slam of the season in Melbourne, which she won in
1997, 1998 and 1999.
"I'm having fun being able to watch the others, how
they are running around in the heat on court. When I
wake up I always look for the results on teletext. I'm
also following the tournament in the papers and watch it
on TV every now and then," she said
"I'm not bored. I've spent the last two months
doing lots of sport -- skiing, riding, long walks in the
wood with my dog.
"And I'm now going to school -- I'm trying to
perfect my English. And also finally I now have more
time for my private life."
Hingis, who dominated the women's game in the late
1990s, had surgery on her ankle last May when two
ligaments were replaced and never recovered her best
Her tactical game has also been rendered obsolete by the
powerful Williams sisters.
"Health-wise I cannot complain and my foot, feet
are OK if I don't force it when I'm playing tennis.
"But as soon as I try to train competitively, the
No longer world No. 1 -- that is Serena Williams --
Hingis is now No. 2 in Switzerland behind Patty
"It was never my goal to be number one in
Switzerland, I wanted to be world number one. And I was
for four years.
"I have survived no longer being world number one
and I will survive being Swiss number one no longer. And
I just don't want to think about a comeback."
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