Former world number 4 Jelena Dokic put an end to her career in 2014. Already touched by a bad relationship with her father and coach, she recounted the way in which she was beaten and humiliated since childhood to her self-inflicted. ” However, the Australian had this time to face a new trial in her life, since she revealed she wanted to put an end to her days by lying empty.
Came to the circuit professionnel in 1998, Jelena Dokic held the summits. Simply put, the latter won 6 titles, including Rome at à Moscow. These performances were authorized by devenir numéro 4 mondiale in 2002. Active was active in doubles, the 39 -year -old player was crowned in 4 reprises, and a réussi à se hisser à la 10ème place du classement sa même année. The Austrian will never, however, ever succeed in winning a Grand Chelem, and will not be able to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals alone, and the final of Roland-Garros in 2001 avec Conchita Martinez. In 2014, she decided to end a 16-year career at the top. However, the aftermath of the events was not very happy for her.
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“I failed to leave my balcony on the 26th floor and commit suicide”
On his Instagram account, Jelena Dokic an explicit son cauchemar. The latter posted a photo of her in tears, accompanied by a long message explaining her current situation. Separated from her companion with whom she had shared 20 years of her life, the Australian planned to end her days by jumping from her balcony: “I failed to get off my 26th -floor balcony and commit suicide. I will never forget this day. Everything is blurred. Everything is dark. No tone, no image, nothing makes sense … just tears, sadness, depression, anxiety and pain. The last six months have been difficult. I hid myself in the bathroom at work to wipe my tears so that no one could see them, and I cried incessantly at home, between my four walls, which was unbearable. The constant feelings of sadness and pain did not go away and my life was shattered. I want to, I don’t think I deserve to be loved and I’m scared “. However the state of Dokic now seems to be slightly improved. If she decided to talk a few weeks after this incident, it is also because she now wants to fight to find the joy of living, which is followed by a professional: “I’m not going to say I’m going very well now but I’m definitely on the path to recovery. Some days are better than others and sometimes I take a step forward and then a step backwards but I bet and I believe I can get out. I believe in the following: it is normal to feel what I feel ». Conscious of no exception, the former world number 4 has delivered a message of hope for people in the same situation as her.
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“It’s normal to feel sad, but keep beating yourself up and come back.”
After going through a very complicated period, the Australian wanted to pass on a message. Indeed, many people go through similar situations, however, there is always a way to get out and someone who can help, as explained. Dokic : “I deeply believe in the power of sharing our stories to help us get through things and encourage us. I write this because I know I am not the only one beating me. Know that you are not alone. (…) It’s normal to feel sad, but keep beating yourself up and come back. This is what I try to do and this is what makes me progress. Don’t be ashamed of what you stand for. It is normal to feel that way and you can come back. It is possible, it is enough to continue to believe. I love you all and I want you to beat and survive to live and see another day. I will come back stronger than ever »