I hate losing more than I love to win

Former World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki, of Denmark, says she hated losing more than winning which is why she trained much harder during her career, in an interview on the show “Wozniacki – to the last ball “.
In the interview, the Dane talks about her career right from the beginning of her junior days to her retirement and how her father made her responsible for herself from a very young age. “I had to figure out how to book flights, and I even called Adidas to hear if they would sponsor me. That was when I was 10 years old. I’m very stubborn. I don’t think you get to where I am in tennis if you are not stubborn. I want to be the best or do the best I can in everything I do. It is both in school, on the tennis court and in life in general. I think I hate losing more than I love to win. When you hate losing as much as I do, you also train hard to gain more than you lose.
So I just think it’s just the fighter’s will I have.” Wozniacki says the same attitude helped her when she attended the prestigious Harvard University, in the fall of 2019, to complete a course that prepares professional athletes for life after their careers. “I got the best grade in the whole class, so it was pretty cool. It gave me a small boost.”