I think it's impossible to judge whether another person should come out. You just hope they will on their own time and their own terms.
I would just never out anybody. I think everyone has to find it in their own way and their own time.
Men can have a huge turnover of sponsorship and still survive a lot better than the women. But the women's ratings are better, at least at home in the United States than in the men's tennis.
I always wanted to help make tennis a team sport.
Sports are a microcosm of society.
I would love to be a player today. I had the right personality for it.
They're not put on earth to be martyrs; they have to want to come out. It depends on your culture, where you work, where you live. Each person's circumstances are unique.
I always liked co-ed events best so we have two men and two women on each team.
The old boy network is still very strong and very true. Just look at the stock exchange and how many men and women are there. It is still very much run by men.
When we reach the point where the women athletes are getting their pick of dates just as easily as the men athletes, then we've really and truly arrived. Parity at last!
Women get the attention when we get into the men's arena, and that's sad.
Women's sports is still in its infancy. The beginning of women's sports in the United States started in 1972, with the passage of Title 9 for girls to finally get athletic scholarships.
Victory is fleeting. Losing is forever.
I think younger players probably just think they are who they are-they don't think about coming out. Unless you're number one in the world, nobody cares, usually.