The survivor: Monica Seles may not be slapping her trademark angled winners on a tennis court these days, but the 9-time Grand Slam champ isn't sitting sedentary - she's a new contributor on CBS' The Early Show.
The fit-looking former No. 1 was interviewed today about the incredible first half of her career when she won 8 Grand Slams before the age of 20, the infamous stabbing by a deranged Steffi Graf fan, her second life on-court, and how the assault left her with deep, emotional scars and an unhealthy coping method - eating.
She told Harry Smith, "I had a lot of inside emotional traumas going on," "You could see that reflected in the body that I had."
UPDATE: In case you missed it, here's the video of Monica's interview on The Early Show.
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