I come from a sports-loving family. It’s something we’re all hugely passionate about. Quite remarkable considering where I am now though, no one had played any tennis whatsoever until I stumbled upon the sport. It wasn’t until I picked up my first racquet as a child that I fell in love with the game, and subsequently so did my family. And I must emphasise the importance of my family in this passion. We’re a team; my parents are my coaching team and my family my biggest supporters. We’re all in it together.
Tennis is my passion. Everything I do is with the ultimate goal of improving and becoming the best player I can be. And when I get results like I did at Wimbledon in 2018, it makes all the hard work and sacrifices worth it.
My goal is now clear. I want to make it to the top. “Hard work beats talent, if talent doesn‘t work hard.”
I am a NORQAINER – my life, my way
Leonie Küng is a Swiss tennis player who already competed in the Wimbledon Championships Final 2018 of the junior category at the age of 17. Her biggest victories to date include victories in the ITF $15,000 category in Oslo and Fort-de-France.
Leonie is a true NORQAINER – her life, her way