Czech tennis star Barbora Krejcikova is excited featuring in both singles and doubles events at the WTA Finals. Krejcikova, 25, captured her maiden Grand Slam title in singles following her stunning run at this year'S French Open.
Krejcikova, who ie enjoying a career-high ranking of No. 5 in the world, is ranked third on the Race to the WTA Finals list. In doubles, Krejcikova is ranked at No. 1 in the world and she is set to participate at the WTA Finals with Katerina Siniakova.
"Most of these things I have actually experienced in doubles, so it's going to be way different. I'm not going to say a little different. It's going to be way different. It's just going to be huge for me because I'm going to be playing WTA Finals in singles and also in doubles, which is really exciting.
I'm going to have a really, really tough week. But it's just really a privilege to be there. To qualify it says that I've been having a really good year and I'm really proud of it."
Krejcikova returns to action at the Indian Wells Masters
Krejcikova was disappointed to find herself in a controversy at the US Open as she was called unprofessional by Garbine Muguruza.
Krejcikova looked really bad on the court but then took a medical timeout -- started looking much better -- beat Muguruza in straight sets. "I mean, I just know what she told me at the net. I don't know what was happening after.
I just tried not to look at it. Yeah, I guess she has a lot of fans because she's just playing longer than I do," Krejcikova said of Muguruza. "I would say I guess it was pretty negative, but that's the way it is.
I mean, I didn't expect it because, yeah. I wasn't in a -- I don't know how to say it. I just didn't expect that I'm going to be accused like this."