Garbiñe Muguruza's older brothers spent hours swinging rackets on the tennis court, playing competitively and quite well. At three years old, Muguruza only did what any little sibling would have done: she copied them. Flash forward twenty years, and the Spanish athlete rocked the tennis world with a historic win at the 2016 French Open, positioning herself at the young age of 23 years old to become the sport's rising star. In an ongoing partnership, we explore the journeys of this athlete and more exceptional women.More
'People only see two hours of a tennis match where you're fighting and running and sometimes getting upset. There's a lot more [to me] than those two hours. Going out there and playing is actually the easy part.'
'I started in a very small tennis club in a South American country where I never thought about becoming the best tennis player. Everything changes.'