Azarenka: 2012 success tough to repeat

by: Tennis.com December 09, 2012

Top-ranked Victoria Azarenka tells reporters in Brazil during an exhibition tour that that it will difficult to repeat her success in 2013.

“There’s more pressure as it will be a new year,” she said. “What happened in 2012, I established a high standard, it will be difficult to repeat. But at least I’m motivated to try, let’s take one day at a time and see what happens. … When I wake up, I start to wonder how I can improve my game, what the new day might bring. I like [being No. 1], I worked very hard for it, but it’s not all I see.”

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