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Aussie tennis great Alicia Molik rushes to save girl who collapsed behind presser

Aussie tennis great Alicia Molik rushes to save girl who collapsed behind presser

Australian tennis great Alicia Molik has helped save a girl who collapsed behind a press conference on Thursday.

The former world No.8 and two-time grand slam doubles champion was being unveiled as the Adelaide International’s new tournament director when the incident unfolded on centre court.

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Molik had been listening to a journalist’s question when a loud noise prompted her and others to turn around.

The 42-year-old sprung into action upon realising one of the young players on hand for the announcement was now lying unresponsive on the ground.

Alicia Molik Credit: 7NEWS

Molik, a mother of two, tapped into her knowledge of first aid by rolling the girl onto her side.

She comforted the teenager, who is now recovering in hospital, until paramedics arrived.

The girl’s fall came after Molik said she wanted to give back to the South Australian tennis community in her new role.

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Molik’s appointment to the Adelaide International team comes after spending 10 years leading Australia’s Billie Jean King Cup side.

Having led the country to the championship tie in 2019 and 2022, one last finals campaign followed earlier this month, when the Aussies were knocked out in the group stage.

But Molik hasn’t put her feet up for a summer of rest.

The tournament director role marks a homecoming for the South Australian who has been based in Perth with her family, while it also ensures she will not be lost to the Australian tennis scene after leaving the BJK Cup role.

“Tennis is part of my everyday DNA and to have the opportunity to be a part of a world-class tennis event in the city where I grew up is really something special,” Molik said in a statement.

“This is a chance for me to give back to the community that supported me throughout my on-court career and still to this day.”

Alicia Molik as captain and Sam Stosur and Ash Barty as players were stalwarts of the Australian Fed/BJK Cup team. Credit: Getty

Molik made her Australian Open debut in 1999 and was first selected to the Fed Cup team that year.

She took her considerable experience as a player into the captaincy gig, something that will now hold her in good stead leading the WTA 500 and ATP 250 tournaments in Adelaide.

“The last decade with the Australian Billie Jean King Cup team has prepared me for this next challenge,” Molik said.

“Working with players and their teams to understand how to provide the best competition experience is critical to the ongoing growth of the tournament and its success.”

Sprouting from an exhibition tournament, the Adelaide International has grown significantly in stature in recent years even through COVID-19.

The women’s title was won twice by Ash Barty – including in the lead-up to her 2022 Australian Open triumph – while hometown hero Thanasi Kokkinakis took out the men’s final that year.

Kokkinakis will return for 2024 alongside fellow Aussies Alexei Popyrin, a quarter-finalist in Adelaide this year, and Ajla Tomljanovic.

Other players confirmed for the tournament include current world No.4 Elena Rybakina, three-time grand slam champion Angelique Kerber, Qinwen Zhang, Caroline Garcia, Sebastian Korda, Lorenzo Musetti and Jack Draper.

Meanwhile, Molik was content that she was leaving the Australian BJK Cup team in a good place.

Alicia Molik predicts a bright future for Australian tennis as she steps down as BJK Cup captain. (Regi Varghese/AAP PHOTOS) Credit: AAP

“Women’s tennis in Australia has been, from a team’s perspective, in a really strong position,” she said after the finals two weeks ago.

“In the last 10 years, we went from having a No.4 in the world in Sam Stosur to a No.1 in singles in Ash Barty, who started and finished her career under my tenure.

“Now we have another (doubles) No.1 in Storm Hunter, and Ellen (Perez) has hit one of the highest points in her doubles career (at world No.17) as well. It’s in an incredibly healthy spot.”

The current singles world rankings may not suggest that, with no Australian woman in the top 100, but stalwarts Daria Saville and Ajla Tomljanovic have had injury-interrupted years.

Tomljanovic proved she won’t be down for long when she won her first WTA title last week in Brazil.

Australia also has nine players ranked between 100 and 210, while Molik is particularly energised by the junior talent emerging.

She mentioned no names, but was no doubt thinking of players like Emerson Jones, the 15-year-old from the Gold Coast who last month became the youngest girl from Australia to win one of the prestigious J500 junior titles since Barty.

“In the next few years, I feel like we’ll have a lot more of our junior players in the senior team because we’ve some really great young talents in Australian tennis,” Molik said.

“I think they’re in a wonderful position, but I don’t think they need me any more.

“I’m not going anywhere. I’ll still be a big supporter of these women, because they are genuine. They’re very good friends of mine and I just can’t wait to see what’s in store for them.

“But I have given it everything. I feel really content moving on, because there is also a next stage for me too, and I have given everything I feel that I possibly could have.

“For me, it was always a highlight playing for Australia. Often, it’s the memories of Fed Cups and Billie Jean King Cups that stick in my mind the strongest when I think about the Tour.

“When I think about all the most important or most enjoyable times that I had, they were always amongst the team. A lot of fun, funny times, I’m lucky to have those. That will live on.

“It’s a real privilege to be involved with this group, because I really reflect on a lot of other nations, and I don’t think that the relationships are as thick as what they are within the Australian team. It’s true and it’s honest.”

– with AAP

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