Gran Canaria tennis player Carla Suarez is ready to face her tenth participation in the final table of Wimbledon with the condition of being one of the most experienced players in the women's locker room. The island, which already accumulates a week of training on the grass of the All England Club, debuts before the Australian Samantha Stosur, 131 of the world, in one of the most striking matches of the first round.
"Wimbledon is always a tournament a little more complicated than usual," said Gran Canaria, a few hours away from competing in London. "We have fewer tournaments to try to adapt and I had to miss the first of the tour in Birmingham for a small back injury and last week I could only play one game," he said.
With an extensive career on her shoulders, the island wants to maintain the illusion to compete in the upper area of the circuit. "I find the spirit in the day to day, in knowing that I still have tennis to show and in assessing that I am in one of the best tournaments of the year, it is not easy to be here," he reaffirmed.
The tournament that has ahead will be of maximum demand, with big names from the first ball on the green. "I try to enjoy this edition, I have to go match by match, in the first round I have a very difficult match," Suárez said about the match against Stosur, which could be followed by a cross with Maria Sharapova, number 80 of the WTA ranking. "If I pass the first round, I will also have a very difficult opponent, there are players who have won Grand Slams, who have experience and I would like to be able to enjoy the time I am on the track and try to do my best," he added. the island racket.
With the mission of competing with the best guarantees, Suarez focuses on the peculiarity of the surface. "In grass we work more with the serve, the cut back, trying to close plays up … there are usually more failures than on other surfaces, so I will have to look for that solidity, be well bent over because the ball bounces very little. I control this I will be able to play well, "he said.