Unusual, WTA > Tomljanovic (followed by Netflix cams during the season): “When I had that opportunity, I thought about it for a long time. I think this kind of thing only works if you’re honest, if you’re 100% yourself”

Visiting a press conference for the Billie Jean King Cup as his country faces Australia this week, Alja Tomljanovic was asked about one of the attractions of the 2022 season: the new Netflix series on the other side of professional tennis.

Being one of the players followed by the American podium, as her fellow countryman Nick Kyrgios for men, 33e The world player is back at the moment she agreed that the Netflix teams would follow her for much of the season.

“When I had that opportunity, I thought about it for a long time. I think this kind of thing only works if you’re being honest, if you’re 100% yourself. That’s why I had to really think about it, because I felt like I was giving a great deal of Get to the cameras. We’ll see. I had a great time, I think it’s fun for people to see that the track isn’t pink all the time, and there’s a lot going on behind the lights that people can’t see, they just see us on the court and when we leave. Beginners will have a lot of fun seeing us play.”

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