Garbine Muguruza, the Spaniard is in favor of competing in the US Open in the next month. Additionally, she believes that it is better to play than not. Moreover, the former world number one also wants to play in the other tennis tournaments happening across the world. However, health conditions still possess a question.
In a conversation with Caser Seguros, she referred to herself as a “fighter” and a “born competitor”. Additionally, Garbine Muguruza is the ambassador of the same company. Further, she is also waiting for the tournaments to begin soon.
The decision to hold the US Open or not is difficult, she believes. She said, ” It is better to play than not. But I understand that there are mixed feelings.”
In addition to this, she also shared her willingness to “compete in the American tournaments before the US Open.” Further, she is also looking to “play the clay tournament, Roland Garros.” In short, she wishes to play “all possible tournaments if the situation permits.”
It Will Be Shocking Playing Without Fans, Says Garbine Muguruza
Besides, she also shared her feelings towards playing without fans in the court. She sees the same as shocking. Although, she also hopes that the situation will get better. She believes that the excitement of the fans will recover “little by little.”
Despite all the current situation, the 26- year old Spanish player wants other players to remain strong. She added, “It is a question of resistance and mental strength. Whoever is strong will have the easiest path to victory.”
The runner up at Australian Open, earlier this year, is looking to end the tennis season in the best possible manner. Henceforth, the two times Grand Slam winner is highly motivated in her training sessions. Coached by Conchita Martínez, with whom she shares a “special connection”, the Spaniard is looking forward to achieving big.