Garbine Muguruza Reveals Exciting Tennis Future Plans


Garbine Muguruza Reveals Exciting Tennis Future Plans

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Two-time Grand Slam champion Garbine Muguruza has recently disclosed her decision to stay away from professional tennis for the foreseeable future. The 30-year-old athlete has been absent from the tennis scene since her early exit at the Lyon tournament on January 30th. Following her sudden withdrawal from the entire Arab swing in February, the former world No. 1 announced in March that she would be taking an indefinite hiatus from the sport to prioritize her mental health and overall well-being.

During her time away from tennis, Muguruza has been dedicating quality time to her family, friends, and fianc√©. She shared, “Tennis has no place in my routine. I still pay attention to my peers, and occasionally, I engage in light play for enjoyment. However, it doesn’t dominate my thoughts, my days, or my routines. I’m truly taking a genuine break and making an effort to distance myself from the court. I’m enjoying this break immensely since it’s something my body and mind needed.”

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While Muguruza previously hinted at not returning to the court in 2023, there was a general expectation that she might make a comeback at the start of the 2024 season. Despite her hiatus, Muguruza has maintained her physical fitness by working out in the gym and continuing her training regimen. She explained, “My motivation is always very high, but in the highly competitive world of elite tennis, I firmly believe that if I don’t train, my opponents will, and they will surpass me because they will be better prepared.”

After a triumphant victory in the 2021 WTA Finals, Muguruza faced a challenging 2022 season with a win-loss record of 12-17. Her struggles persisted in the early part of 2023, as she experienced four consecutive defeats, leading to her decision to take a break from the sport. The tennis world remains eager to see if and when Garbine Muguruza will return to professional competition.


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