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After almost two months of the off-season, the 2021 WTA season begins on May 5. January at the Abu Dhabi Open. Two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza will start her season in Abu Dhabi before heading to the Australian Open in 2021.
Most of the best players in the world will participate in the WTA 500 tournament. With the qualifying rounds, the main draw begins on Wednesday. During the pre-event press conference at the WTA Abu Dhabi, Muguruza was asked if she was concerned about anything ahead of the Australian Open.
The world no. Fifteen noted that she wasn’t concerned, but said that it would be mentally difficult to play under the strict protocols. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, players must be quarantined within the hotel premises.
« I’m not really worried, I think you’re doing an amazing job when you put all of this together and do a whole swing in Melbourne and that’s a huge strength so I’m not really worried, I think he is just you going to know mentally hard to go through all the logs and everything you know, the little details because nothing is easy, right? Now you have to go through a lot of things and test and be in the room and all that stuff. I have to prepare myself for that somehow. It is natural to compete. Said Muguruza.
Muguruza won her last title at the Monterrey Open 2019 and will try to end her title drought at the Abu Dhabi Open and find her top form before entering the first Grand Slam of the year.
After the tournament is over, Muguruza will travel to Melbourne for the Australian Open in mid-January. February take place. According to health authorities, players must adhere to a mandatory two-week quarantine, but are allowed to train for five hours at a time during the quarantine period.
Muguruza reached the final at the 2019 Australian Open, but lost in an exhausting three-set battle against Sofia Kenin. After resuming the tour in September last year, she crashed in the second round from the US Open and was ousted in the third round from the French Open.
Kshitij Tayal is a tennis writer at EssentialSports. He is based in Delhi, NCR, and has a bachelor’s degree in electronics and communications. After previously working in business development and digital marketing, he is a die-hard Rafael Nadal fan. As a sports fan, he takes inspiration from reading athletes’ autobiographies.
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