Fri. Dec 13th, 2019

Carla Surez announces its withdrawal after 2020 – La Provincia


Grancanaria tennis player Carla Suárez announced that 2020 will be the last year as a professional within the WTA circuit. A final tour of the best tennis courts in the world before retiring from sporting life at the highest level, a place where he accessed in 2004.

Carla Suárez, at 31, faces the epilogue of her sports career, where she accumulates two titles in the individual section: Doha (2016) and Oeiras (2014). In addition to nine finals, the Grancanaria also has three doubles titles, all with Garbiñe Muguruza as a partner: Birmingham and Tokyo (Pan Pacific) (2015) and Stanford (2014).

"2020 is going to be my last year as a professional tennis player. As you all know, tennis has given me so much more than I could imagine when I started playing. But it's true that I'm starting to have other priorities, like being with the family, "he announced at a press conference.

Suarez, whose 'top' in the world ranking was number 6 in 2016, has lived a hard last year marked by his back problems. "I have competed in many tournaments limited by pain in the lower back," said the island, who closed her season at the US Open after retiring in the first game due to injury.

Now, Carla Suárez faces a final year with the objective of go back to the world 'Top 10', break the roof of rooms in Grand Slam and be at the Tokyo Olympics, in what would be his fourth Olympic participation. "It is going to be an equally intense and equally demanding year. We want to finish in a professional way," admitted the 55th world ranking.

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