Alize Cornet achieved the very best Grand Slam of his profession on theAustralian Open. For her first Major quarter-ultimate on the age of 32, the Niçoise confirmed that she was nonetheless within the recreation throughout her 63rd Grand Slam! But after his fantastic profession at melbournewe is not going to solely see the Azurean on the tennis courts as a result of the latter has determined to publish a novel subsequent spring as she revealed it this Sunday within the columns of good morning. Author of an autobiography titled “Without compromise” and launched in September 2020, Alizé spoke barely, for the Nice each day, about this new novel in preparation.
In September 2020, Cornet’s first novel was launched
“I’m preparing my post-career”
Already writer of an autobiography, “Without compromise”, Alize Cornetindicated in an interview with the Nice each day that she was going “publish a first novel, published by Flammarion”. “I’m preparing my post-career, which will be a lot devoted to writing I think, because I love it. The first novel comes out in May, I don’t think it will be my last“, defined the younger lady, who began tennis at “maybe three or four years, to Arenes de Cimiez tennis club in Nice. As for the theme of the novel, “I am unable to discuss it, in any other case my editor will slap me on the wrist, but it surely has nothing to do with tennis“, added the Habs, specifying to have “already written (s) his second novel too”.
See you tomorrow Nice ðŸ¤—âœ ðŸ“– https://t.co/K9dlXjIzc9
— Alize Cornet (@alizecornet) January 28, 2022
“If I go up very high in the standings, it will be hard to stop…”
Now ranked thirty seventh on the planet on Monday, she, who was planning to retire quickly, nonetheless hopes to proceed to progress in view of her good ends in Australia. “The good result in Australia gave me a good boost. […] If I go up very high in the standings, it will be hard to stop. I’m not closing the door to anything. I’m giving it my all this season and we’ll see what happens.”mentioned the French no 1.
Despite the loss yesterday, that is how I need to go away Australia: with a giant smile on my face and my coronary heart full of fantastic feelings.
Thank you Melbourne for the recollections ðŸ™ â ¤
See you quickly for new adventures âœŠâ ¤ pic.twitter.com/YpIhwL15MG
— Alize Cornet (@alizecornet) January 26, 2022