From the five rounds of the five-war Wimbledon round, to the top of the Wimbledon quarter-final, the sky-turning script is the true portrayal of Zhang Shuai's career. From the 2009 China Open, Zhang Shuai, ranked 226, eliminated Safina, the world's number one. In 2016, the Australian Open, Zhang Shuai reached the quarter-finals, and the shame of 14 times in the past was a record, Zhang Shuai was in a downturn. After repeated defeats, silently accumulated experience and anger until the moment of struggling.
"In terms of personality, I may be the kind of person who is suitable for the Jedi counterattack." Zhang Shuai revealed that coach Liu Shuo once pointed out her, "Coach Liu asked me why you always have to be forced to fight before you start to fight back, you can't take the initiative." Is there no way, my character is like this."
In the battle between Wimbledon and Ukrainian Nova to enter the quarter-finals, Zhang Shuai was in the adversity of the second set of opponents reversal, Jedi counterattacks Lectra opponents. After the game, Zhang Shuai fell to the ground with joy. "Before I was always close to the victory, I was reversed by the opponent. This victory is finally here." Zhang Shuai said.
The last battle of Wimbledon faced Halep, and Zhang Shuai’s performance was still remarkable. In the first five innings, Zhang Shuai played a 4 to 1 climax, making the world's first urgency to shoot the thigh. Although Halep used to improve the first-grade defense, he grabbed Zhang Shuai's offensive wave and forced Zhang Shuai to make more mistakes in the tie-break, and let Zhang Shuai fall into the trough in the subsequent set and eventually lost. Zhang Shuai’s performance is still worthy of applause from the fans.
From the absolute low point to the rushing out of the water, Zhang Shuai regards failure and humiliation as fuel for pushing himself forward. In 2016, the Australian Open, with the idea of "do not win, I will retire", Zhang Shuai, miraculously rushed into the quarterfinals from the qualifying round. The seven games that made Zhang Shuai instantly yang, also changed her original planning for her tennis career. After the Australian Open, Zhang Shuai was more willing to talk about the changes in tennis to her life; the game made her think of life. She began to really understand tennis and enjoyed tennis.