Voss-Tecklenburg: I asked me: Can you still do that?
In tennis, Fight of the Sexes describes different exhibit matches played in between a male and a woman, or an increases suit in between 2 males as well as two women in one instance. The term is most notoriously made use of for an internationally televised suit in 1973 held at the Houston Astronomy between 55-year-old Bobby Riggs and also 29-year-old Billie Jean King, which King won in three sets. The suit was viewed by an estimated fifty million people in the United States and ninety million around the world. King's win is considered a turning point in public acceptance of women's tennis. 2 various other suits commonly referred to as a battle of the sexes consist of one held four months earlier in 1973 in between Riggs as well as Margaret Court over the very best of 3 sets, and one in 1992 in between Jimmy Connors as well as Martina Navratilova over the most effective of 3 collections, with hybrid rules favoring the women player referred to as The Fight of Champions. These suits were won by Riggs as well as Connors, specifically. A minimum of 8 other exhibit suits have been played between noteworthy male and women tennis players starting in 1888, though just a few of them were referred to at the time as a fight of the sexes.
Sometimes the side strip became a still zone. I ranked on the highway to the right and fed her, says Martina Voss-Tecklenburg over time as a young mother. If the national trainer talks about the compatibility of work and family, then she knows what she's talking about. She was 25 years old when daughter Dina was born — during her career as a Bundesliga player. I've played again six weeks after delivery, says Voss-Tecklenburg in the current episode of the Voss-Tecklenburg podcast Fe: Male View on Football.
A life that has asked her a lot. I lived in Duisburg and played in Siegen, that were 150 kilometers simple ride five times, said Voss-Tecklenburg. And daughter Dina often just came along. Voss-Tecklenburg was a national player at this time, but no professional and therefore almost working. There were moments in which I asked myself: 'Martina, you can still do that?, Recalls 53-year-olds today. She could. To her now adult daughter she not so the classic mother daughter ratio, she explains. It was at eye level from the beginning, she was very early on very early.
with 15 trial training, with 16 national players
Voss-Tecklenburg itself has grown up with a total of four siblings. There were clear rules, she says. She has set up the mom because Dad was not so often there, he has worked next to his interchangeable layer in a nursery. However, the clear rules of the mother initially belonged: No football in the club. I've made many alternative sports and then made a trial with 15 with the support of the sports teacher. Only then I went to Mom and said: I am 15 and may decide that alone. Your first international game for Germany played Voss-Tecklenburg with 16.
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What the men's football can look at the women and why the DFB strives to find a woman for the office of the DFB President, the national trainer Martina Voss-Tecklenburg speaks with us. In addition, she takes public television in the duty, revealing her passion to write poems, and explains how growing up with 7 people working in a rental apartment. With views of the EM 2022 in England, she expects decodes to be broken and the women's football in the motherland of football should show the best of what we have ever seen.
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However, their clear life also caused problems with themselves — for example, as Voss-Tecklenburg their present man, the entrepreneur Herrmann Mecklenburg, met. Especially in the beginning he said to me: 'That's not working with us, we're the same, you're such a strong personality, explains the national coach in the podcast. At the beginning, I met all the decisions alone because I have made my daughter alone for 15 years and have decided alone. That was a process that we had to go with each other.
Today, she could learn much as a leadership position in sports by the entrepreneur, which at the same time is President of the Regionalist SV Straiten. But not only from him. The orchestra is a field that is interested in us. Since we looked at: What makes the conductor? Who is he dependent, with whom he communicates? I am convinced that one can learn from all teams.
Why she went with her players in the circus, why she hopes for a dual tip at the DFB — and what experiences she did with abuse cases in women's football, explains Voss-Tecklenburg in the current episode Fe: Male View on Football. The whole episode is now available on all digital Voss-Tecklenburg channels and beepspotify, Deezer, Google Podcasts, Podium and iTunes!