Sport has the power to change the world.
More quotes by Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
If you are to free yourselves you must break the chains of oppression yourselves. Only then can we express our dignity, only when we have liberated ourselves can we cooperate with other groups. Any acceptance of humiliation, indignity or insult is acceptance of inferiority.
It is only when all black groups, join hands and speak with one voice that we shall be a bargaining force which will decide its own destiny.
It was in the townships where we shed so much blood. Nothing could have been achieved without the sacrifice of the people. Black people.
I cannot forgive him [Nelson Mandela] for accepting the Nobel Peace Prize with his jailer De Klerk. Hand in hand they went. Do you think De Klerk released him from the goodness of his heart? He had to. The times dictated it, the world had changed.
I believe something is very wrong with the history of our country and how we have messed up the African National Congress.
More quotes about Sport
I used to wear sleeveless T-shirts all the time on court, but now I’ve got a brand new look – I’ve moved on to polo shirts. Sleeveless T-shirts give you real freedom of movement and they keep you cooler in matches, but I just thought it was time for a change.
We should try to teach the young people values that are useful to them whether they become professional athletes or not.
The guy comes up to the plate, there’s always a chance where he can get a grand slam and everybody forgets about all the times he missed.
With Almagro, boy, that’ll be a tough match. He’s playing at a very high level right now and he hits the ball hard.
I still take advice from my mum on what clothes look good on me. I used to listen to her a lot more, but I’ve started to choose my own things from time to time.
For me, it is important to win titles and for that I need to work hard, stay healthy and be able to compete. The rest, I always say, it comes.
There are many moments during a match when you are tense, wrestling with yourself. Tennis is a lesson in self-control.