The best tennis players have already finished their debuts this season. In the tournament WTA Finals She had her best performance at the competition in Cancun, Mexico I will heal youWho achieved the final victory in this competition It had a double meaning. Well, by beating the American Jessica Pegula In the final event, Cadet Thomas Viktorovsky She moved up to first place and thus ended the year as leader of the world rankings.
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~ said a woman from Raszyn on social media.
The Polish woman’s biggest competitor is also satisfied with her achievements, Aryna Sabalenka. Although he is 25 years old from Minsk In the end he got second place On the table in recent months It was often on the lips of foreign experts. Its findings in court echoed loudly online. Now I’ve talked about the athlete Martina Navratilova.
A painfully honest legend about Aryna Sabalenka. Iga Świątek should take her words to heart
One of the most prominent representatives of tennis looked at the Belarusian match and came to certain conclusions. She listed the things that, in her opinion, need to be improved if the 25-year-old wants to return to the top in the near future and thus dethrone the Pole.
At her best, Sabalenka can defeat her opponents with powerful shots and serves. But I think he can still improve his movement around the court and that will help him score points faster
~ says the legendary player, quoted from the official website of the WTA.
“Moreover, she has to focus on putting herself in the right position to hit those powerful shots, because when she’s in that position, It is deadly“- points out Navratilova, who adds that Sabalenka, Even though she is older In the circle of her most dangerous competitors (Iga Świątek and Coco Jouf), He still has a lot to prove In tennis. “It takes a long time to really reach his potential, however She is young and has not achieved that yet“- confirms the 67-year-old.
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