Revenge is a dish which is best served cold. Indeed Garbine Muguruza has waited almost a year to get herr revenge. A year during which the Spanish tennis player has been often affected by the pressure of the top-10 of the WTA ranking, and her performances have been full of ups and downs.
And yet on the Parisian red clay of the Roland Garros (although with the rain seemed more mud than clay) Garbine has centered two weeks of perfect shape, well played by a lot of points o view, and she defeated her majesty Serena Williams, tennis player who had erased her first Slam-joy last season at Wimbledon.
Not only that, from now we expect a lot from her, as the new ruler of women tennis but she will be good to handle the pressure. Anti-Serena? Meanwhile 15th seeded Spanish doubles formed by Marc Lopez and Feliciano Lopez has won their first Grand Slam title against the most successful men's American doubles formed Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan in 3 sets with the final score of 6-4, 6-7 (6), 6-3.
Tomorrow, for Novak Djokovic will be the judgment day. The Serbian tennis player will have the greatest opportunity of his career to win the only Grand Slam title that still lacks collection. However before he will have an opponent in a state of grace.
Andy Murray indeed has never been a tennis player as complete as he is now. It will be a stellar challenge, to watch with a lot of attention for all tennis fans. And then here we are! Monday finally will start the most anticiped and beautiful tennis season of the year.
The clay swing will give way to the grass season. And who better could inaugurate it, if not with Roger Federer? Return of the Swiss is expected in Stuttgart, while the women will play in Nottingham, and there will also be the combined ATP / WTA in s-Hertogenbosch.
Obviously all it culminates at the end of Junes-early July, with the third Slam of season, which will be played on the Londoner lawns of Wimbledon. The tennis season is reaching its climax. Who will triumph and who will lose? ALSO READ: Roland Garros Day 13 Recap: Birthday Wishes to Rafael Nadal, and Good Luck to Paris! .