Ruia Morrison was the leading New Zealand women's tennis player in the 1950s and 1960s and is still regarded as one of the country's best-ever tennis players. She was the first New Zealand women to play at Wimbledon and reached the quarter-finals in 1957.
Ruia Morrison worked hard with all of her work and managed her impulsivity. She was a fair player when someone got hurt and she helped them and she also didn't moan or get annoyed when she lost.
She has a strict diet and she doesn’t pig out on food and she comes to practices everyday and she doesn’t say I'm to tired so I’m not going to practice.