I don't really care what the man on the street thinks. I never did anything to please him in the first place, and I'm not going to start now.
When you are thrown onto the stage at 17 in such an enormous way, it becomes living on the edge because every step you take, every word you speak, every action you do becomes headline news. And it became, for me, life or death.
If I go into a club now, all the blonde girls leave my corner and all the black girls come into my corner. It's as if I'm racist towards white girls!
The suit-and-tie job is very nice but it's not really who I am in my heart.
I lost in the second round of the French Open and had 10 days off. I went to the Hard Rock Cafe. It was exciting to be away from my parents, to stay in a hotel. Hotels at 17 meant freedom.
Does anyone ask their parents how they are conceived?
So this is it. Match point for eternity.
I can't change history, I don't want to change history. I can only change the future. I'm working on that.
I believed in raising my children as I had been raised.
I go to London, my favourite city in the world, and I feel at home.
I'm a different man now. I'm still a romantic, I still believe in love, but when I met Barbara I was looking for it. Now, I don't know.
Girls had never been important. I'd had a girlfriend or two and had liked them a lot but it wasn't love, because my first love was tennis.
I don't know how many millions of photographs have been taken of me.
It was a confusing time in my life, a really bad day at the office.
That's the hard part about sport: as men we haven't started to be in our prime, but as athletes we are old people. I needed support. I lost trust and did stupid things.
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