Garbiñe Muguruza, winner of two Grand Slams, returns to the tennis courts after having taken a sports and mental break. He does this afternoon at the Cincinnati Masters 1000 and for the first time since he reached the top of the WTA ranking without the Frenchman Sam Sumyk, his former coach.
The Hispanic-Venezuelan fell defeated in the first round of Wimbledon, before the unknown Beatriz Haddad, which would later be suspended by doping. After that game Garbiñe decided that it was time to turn the trajectory his career was taking and announced that he was temporarily retiring from the tracks. A few days later he broke up with his coach and now, 40 days after that meeting, he returns to Cincinnati with his batteries charged.
Last week he had to get off at the last minute of Toronto for the same injury that also didn't allow him to be in Saint Joseph, discomfort in the right leg But it is fully recovered.
Today he will return to the slopes, at 20:00 Spanish time before the local Madison Keysnumber 18 of the WTA ranking, by DAZN.
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