Carla Suárez already watches weapons before his debut at the WTA Premier Mandatory of Indian Wellswhose main frame kicks off this Thursday in Palm Springs. The Gran Canaria, which has made a specific preparation in California since last Friday, faces full of hope the American spring hard track tour in the 2019 season.
"My goal is to continue enjoying", declares the island tennis player, who will participate for the ninth time in the Californian tournament. "In the end it is the most important thing as time goes by, one is having more experience and wants continue playing as many matches as possible. We all know the difficulty that this requires, "he reflects from his 30s and a career full of experiences.
In front, one month of competition in the United States to finish launching the season towards spring. As current quarter finalist in Indian Wells, instance that reached in 2015 and 2018, Carla Suárez is available to try to protect the best result of his career in Palm Springs. A challenge that assumes with a total conscience.
"It is true that Indian Wells Y Miami are two big tournaments and important. Is a complicated tour but the idea is to keep working ", values Gran Canaria." I'm focused on continue mental work and on track what we have been doing I want follow the line of the last Dubai tournament", apostille.
Accompanied on this tour by his technician Óscar Serrano, its physical trainer Eduardo García and his Laura Urriola physiotherapist, the will of Carla Suárez goes through a work based on daily improvement. "I think go match to match. Above all I have many desire to compete again. This is what I like the most and why we are here. Above all, my mind is set on continuing to work and in give 100%. That is the most important thing and what we are going to demand both in attitude and in mentality"he says.
As seed number 26, Carla Suárez is exempt from competing in the first round of the WTA Premier Mandatory of Indian Wells. its first match in Palm Springs, with date to be determined, will take place before the Russian Natalia Vikhlyantseva or the Australian Priscilla Hon, both coming from the previous phase.