Carla Suárez continues with her preparation to face the last tournament of her sports career in the Billie Jean King Cup Finals, which will be held from November 1 to 6 in Prague. The Canarian tennis player is in Tenerife these days as an ambassador for the WTA 250 that is being held in the city of Tenerife.
Carla Suárez was asked about the current situation of the women’s circuit. “I think the WTA circuit is very interesting, with many players with different styles. It is being one of the best seasons on the WTA circuit in recent years. For the fans it must be amazing, they don’t know who is going to win the title and this makes it more exciting. “
The Canary Islands also celebrated their great 2021 season after overcoming Hodgkin’s lymphoma. “It has been a very special year for me. In 2020 I did not know if I would be able to play tennis again. I have been able to play in the Grand Slam and the Olympics, and I have been able to enjoy it. The most important thing was not winning the tournaments, but enjoying the road. Going out to Wimbledon Center Court and feeling the love of the people is special and that stays forever. “
Suárez also wanted to value the great moment of Spanish women’s tennis: “We don’t have many players but we have always had great figures who have won Grand Slam or been number 1 in the world. Then there is someone new, like now Paula Badosa, who has grown a lot and has had a great year. We have great reasons to enjoy Spanish women’s tennis and we also have great tournaments in Spain for fans to see us. “