Badosa aims high at Roland Garros: “I’m better than ever”

Badosa aims high at Roland Garros: "I

The Spanish Paula Badosa returns to Roland Garros, the place where his name began to sound in the world of tennis, with his recently released record in Belgrade, with the illusion of doing something great again and the prudence of his 23 years. “I’m better than ever,” says the Spaniard shortly before starting her career on the clay of Paris, where last year she climbed to the Round of 16 after defeating two tournament winners.

That progression has been confirmed and last week it was done with the Belgrade tournament, showing that the foundations on which it sits are still solid. “I’m fine, I arrive with enthusiasm, playing well, although in a Grand Slam the sensations are always different, there are more nerves, you want to do well, “he said.

Less than a year ago, because last Roland Garros was played in autumn, he assured that his best came from his environment and that has allowed him to continue progressing. “I’m progressing more, I have a good dirt tour, In this time I have progressed in many aspects, mentally, physically, tennis, I have been polishing things, taking steps forward, maturing as a tennis player, “he said.

Nonconformist, he assures that his objective is to advance: “If I go to sleep having improved one percent, I have fulfilled. Badosa promised a lot, but his tennis seemed stagnant. Until he changed teams and the result began to be seen at the last Roland Garros. “Now I am calm and when things do not go well I have people who hold me. Although it is an individual sport, without a good team it is difficult to reach goals,” he said.

Although he assures that he faces this Roland Garros “better than ever”, he is aware that there is still a way to go. “In the end I don’t have that much experience in Grand Slam, I haven’t done great results. I understand that there are expectations for the dirt tour that I have done, but I think I have a long way to go, “he said.” My feelings are good and I’m ready for whatever comes. I’m looking forward to it, which is the important thing, “warned, however, Badosa.

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