In an interview to El Correo Garbine Muguruza was asked if she sees herself playing until 38 years of age like Serena Williams is doing. "I do not think so", admitted Muguruza. "At the end of the day, she is playing for the history of tennis.
She has something nice to achieve, but she is lucky to be a beast physically. She is a prodigy, she is strong, she is a very complete athlete and it allows her to achieve the things she achieves. I do not know if I sees myself out there until 38.
We will see." "I am an emotional player", continued Muguruza. "I am the way I behave on court. It's clear that many times I would like to control the emotions, but my tennis is a bit about it: I achieved big things to have a strong character.
That's why people think that your weakness can become your strength. I can improve many things, but you cannot change it, that's my basics." On her career, Muguruza added: "It's short but intense. Hopefully there are many years left, hopefully I can keep winning titles.
But it's clear that this is everybody's desire." On how it felt to be a world No. 1 in the past, Muguruza concluded: "It's a unique feeling, it's a dream come true. But once you are here, you realize that it's a ranking that changes very quickly. The following week there is another leader. That's why I want to win big titles."