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I was alone. I had no one to lean on   
I was alone. I had no one to lean on Tennis legend Martina Navratilova, who beat breast cancer after seven months of treatment, said it was the first opponent she feared might beat her. At the start of the year, the nine-times Wimbledon champion said she was devastated on being diagnosed with breast cancer. But now, after seven months' treatment, she said she has "beaten it", The Mirror reported. "The worst part was the first day. I was alone. I had no one to lean on. But the response was great and I know I've saved some lives," Navratilova was quoted as saying. She said that when she learnt she had the malignant tumour in her left breast, it was by far the worst experience of her life. "It knocked me on my ass, really. I feel so in control of my life and my body, and then this comes. Throughout my tennis career I have faced some really tough opponents across the net. What I never anticipated was that my toughest opponent would be off the court, cancer," she added.
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