Carlota Ciganda fears the wind in Sotogrande



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Carlota Ciganda fears the wind in Sotogrande

The Spanish golf player Carlota Ciganda told Efe on Tuesday that she hopes the wind "does not complicate" her game in the 'Aramco Team Series'f tournament, valid for the European Women's Circuit and that from Thursday to Saturday it will take place during three days in Sotogrande (Cádiz).

Ella ciganda stated that the intensity of the wind influences "quite a lot" in the route of the La Reserva club field, as she verified in the two rounds of practices that she has carried out in her previous training.

The Pamplona native admitted that she “likes it a lot” to play in Spain and she expressed the desire to fight alongside the best. "Let's see if I can be upstairs," she specified. Among the opponents that she will have in this tournament, Ciganda highlighted the German Caroline Masson, the Swedish Anna Nordqvist or the Americans Alison Lee and the sisters Nelly and Jessica Korda.

Carlota Ciganda, statements

“To be a European tournament, the championship is very good”, highlighted the Spanish referring to this competition that will host teams made up of four players, three professionals and one amateur, with the collective and individual titles at stake during a global tour of 54 holes.

Ciganda described her season to Efe as "inconsistent" and added that she would have liked to have had "a few less cuts", although she highlighted her third place in the 'Amundi Evian Championship' tournament, in addition to her victory in the last Spain Open.

"I want consistency in my game to be up every week," she claimed. This championship reaches the municipality of San Roque (Cádiz) after the tournaments in Bangkok (Thailand) and London (United Kingdom) and before passing through New York (United States) and Jeddah (Saudi Arabia).

The Navarrese golfer described the San Roque venue as a “campazo”, which is in “perfect condition” in its fairways and on the 'greens' and which, in her opinion, is distinguished by hosting a “fun” tournament.

"The organization takes care of the players and does a very good job with the field and the tents," she insisted.