Paula Badosa, the imminent Spaniard Tennis player who had been an icon for many of her fans; showed her distaste for tennis commercialization and how it is affecting the physical and mental space of the players.
Paula Bardosa states her obligation by alleging that the dropping of huge Tennis players out of tournaments due to various physical and mental issues is not just a mere coincidence. There is more to it than what appears on the surface.
“It’s not by chance. It is no coincidence that you see Ashleigh Barty retiring at 25. Naomi Osaka going through a mentally difficult period. Then Garbine Muguruza… It is no coincidence. This is a very demanding sport in which we are forced to play more & more weeks & you are very exposed. It doesn’t surprise me.”– Paula Badosa to El Pais
She illustrates her frustration about the retrograded pressure through her words in the best-framed narration.
The forthcoming stars are provoked to halt their career like Paula, who is made to take a leave a couple of times for her back injury. Naomi Osaka, Garbine Muguruza, and Paula Badosa have been in close contact with each other in the periphery of Tennis acquisitiveness, which led to Paula’s explosion during the interview.
Ashleigh Barty; the world No.1 WTA Singles Tennis player, announced her sudden retirement from the court at the age of 25 in the year 2022, remains a source of tornado-like news for many of her fans. She proclaimed then, “Today is difficult and filled with emotion for me as I announce my retirement from tennis.”
Paula captivates social media’s attention to the mental breakdown of Naomi Osaka, who was once threatened to be fined $15000 for not facing the press conference
Paula Badosa says players like Naomi Osaka, Ash Barty, & Garbiñe Muguruza are proof of what a demanding sport tennis is:— The Tennis Letter (@TheTennisLetter) November 9, 2023
"It's not by chance. It is no coincidence that you see Ashleigh Barty retiring at 25. Naomi Osaka going through a mentally difficult period. Then Garbine… pic.twitter.com/rqn5tSRdR0
“She has earned the right,” Paula Badosa shares an emotional message for Garbine Muguruza during the Billie Jean Cup.
Paula Badosa states in regards to Garbine Muguruuza; the former Wimbledon champion, “Garbine Muguruza makes me very sad because for me she has been a reference. I loved how she played, and I wanted to be like her.”
Garbine Muguruza, the Spanish player, is obliged to take a break from the tennis lawn until summer. Her absence is strongly felt by Paula as she believes that with her on the team, they could achieve literally anything and everything.
“In the end, she is a player who has achieved absolutely everything, the best Spanish player along with Arantxa Sanchez Vicario & Conchita Martinez, so she has earned the right to do whatever she wants.”-Paula Badosa to El Pais
Paula Badosa says Garbiñe Muguruza has earned the right to do whatever she wants:— The Tennis Letter (@TheTennisLetter) November 9, 2023
“Garbine Muguruza makes me very sad because for me she has been a reference. I loved how she played & I wanted to be like her. I would really like her to be here now, with us (for Billie Jean King… pic.twitter.com/76rvoNQd26