MELBOURNE (APP) – In what she describes as her “new life,” Li Na is dealing with morning sickness, hoping for a baby girl and dreaming of becoming a housewife. The two-time Grand Slam champion says she will try not to tell her future child that she was once one of the world s best tennis players.
Not that she regrets a moment of her tennis career. If she could go back, Li wouldn t change a thing. Her life and career until now, she said, have been “perfect.”
A day after making a center-court appearance to publicly announce her pregnancy, the recently retired 32-year-old reflected on how difficult it was to leave the sport but said that she had been thinking about retirement for a long time and now feels at peace with her decision.