Lagos Governor’s Tennis Cup women’s former champion, Conny Perrin says she is not getting carried away by her chances in the competition, which is now known as Lagos Tennis Open, which she believes will be hard to win.
In spite of an enchanting win in her fiorst match of the ongoing competition at Lagos Lawn Tennis Club, Onikan, Perrin said she is not getting carried away about her chances and promised to always stay on her toes.
The top seed from Switzerland defeated Jennifer Lukham 6-4, 6-2 in her first game at the renamed competition, but said afterwards that it was not an easy victory for her against the Indian.
Perrin acknowledged: “It’s not easy when you play your first match. My opponent is a very good player and she did a good job on the court.
“The first set was tough. My opponent was really playing well and the serve was very fast.
“I stayed there and fought and remained constant with my game. I knew this will be the key and I’m happy I did to win my first game.
“The weather condition also affected me, but I’m quite happy with the start and I know that there will be no easy matches.
“So, I will just focus on match by match, one at a time. So, I’m really looking for the next match.”