Paula Badosa: “My great improvement is knowing how to suffer”

Paula Badosa: "My great improvement is knowing how to suffer"

Paula Badosa was very satisfied with her debut in the WTA Finals with victory over number two, Aryna Sabalenka, in two sets (6-4 and 6-0) which places him as the leader of the Chichén Itzá group. She frustrated the Belarusian with her reaction, scoring ten games in a row when trailing 4-2. “I understand Sabalenka and Swiatek (he ended up crying when he lost to Sakkari), their impotence. It is very difficult to play here. There are times when everything gets out of control because of the altitude. I played a great game. My great improvement is knowing how to suffer and what I am not going to allow myself not to fight at some point, “said the Spanish.

Badosa debuted in the top-ten and his feelings were unbeatable. “It’s very good, I have dreamed of being here and I want to be better“He warned.” Many players play well and it is very difficult to be at the top. You have to have stability outside of your life and enjoy. I am very clear now what I want in my life. And I want to progress and improve every day. It is the only way. I have learned a lot in recent months and I am super hungry, “she added.

The high after winning Indian Wells, with many commitments on his return to Spain did not affect him. “It was a stress from off-track things. Because now I have many eyes behind, but the day to day working was very good.. I did a ten-day preseason with good physical tone and mentally resetting despite my off-track stress. I don’t know what will happen. It was a great game and I hope to continue showing the work, “he wished.

Her next stop on Saturday will be Greek Maria Sakkari, who defeated Iga Swiatek 6-2, 6-4. “She has played a great game, the conditions were good for her. But against me it will be different, more tactical. I like challenges, it is the last tournament of the season and in each game I will give everything,” he warned.

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