Sarah Gronert recently found herself dogged by the controversy when some of her opponents raised the question about her so-called masculine advantage as a result of her being bornt with both male and female genitalia.
On July 6, 1986, a family in a little town of Germany welcomed a baby girl into their small world. This 'welcome', however was with a little twist of fate. The biological condition of the baby did not confirm with the stereotypical traits of any new born. It was realised that the infant has both male and female genitalia and that in medical terms, the baby comes under the category of 'intersexed' people.
19 years later that girl underwent a similar scrutiny - this time from fellow players as Sarah Gronert, a WTA Tennis Professional and World No. 555 currently, faced bitter remarks and criticism from both players and their coaches for having an unfair advantage, as a result of her biological condition.
The story goes back in time when Sarah was ...