It seems everyone wanted a piece of her, and because of that success she had it all. "She was just a kid and she was top four in the world.Which, in hindsight, wasn't a good thing."It was almost paparazzi-like, when she first came onto the scene," said Pam Shriver, now an ESPN analyst who reached the U. There were a lot of adults who couldn't handle that pressure, that's just tough for a young person, especially someone going through adolescence and she fell off the rail."Hard.
It could mean anything from kissing to intercourse, with a crush, with a friend, or, yes, sometimes with a relative stranger.
The script, according to this ritual, is: First you fuck, then (perhaps) you date.
Four years later she had that trophy in her hands."It's a story a lot of people can identify with," Andre Agassi said about Capriati's victory shortly after winning on the men's side.
"One that is a credit to tennis and a credit to the human spirit."Months later she won the French Open, overcoming Kim Clijsters 12-10 in the third set.
And in the process she scripted one of the most remarkable comeback stories in recent sports history: three majors, the top ranking, a spot on the Federation Cup team that is until her old friends showed up again.