In Hartono, the tennis star “The Mind Starts To Spin”

“Going 6-2 and 4-2 up, I thought ‘Oh, he’s in him.'” Hartono said afterwards. “I’m just a human and then the thought mill started spinning, so to speak. And I took advantage of that,” Hartono said afterwards. The first duel in the Grand Slam.

“I’d be lying if I said I didn’t get a little nervous and started thinking about it. I thought of a pretty big step forward and I’m really disappointed now. It’s a shame, but I know for myself now that I can put myself in this situation. I hope to learn from it.” And to get better in this area.”

Anisimova, the former semi-finalist at Roland Garros, didn’t have much to contribute in a set and a half. Hartono: “I played freely and had nothing to lose, but I also started to play better and better. I had a lot of success at the beginning of the season, so I think I will be happy with my performance.”

Hartono unnoticed climbed to a spot in the world’s top 200 and is now number 3 in the Netherlands. However, he is yet to make his debut for the Dutch Billie Jean Cup team. “Elise Tamaila, the new captain, got really close to me,” Hartono admits.

“I should think about it, but it’s definitely in the back of my mind. What will my decision be based on? Whether it fits my schedule and whether it’s a good time to do it.” Orange will play Spain at home in April.

Former college tennis player Hartono is now back in the ITF, the lower tier of the WTA Tour Championships, in the United States.

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