Garbine Muguruza, 28, has revealed that she would like to win all four Grand Slams. Muguruza is a two-time Grand Slam champion, having won the French Open in 2016 and Wimbledon in 2017. Muguruza was close to winning the Australian Open last year but she finished runner-up.
"Winning all four Grand Slams is what everyone dreams of, maybe saying it puts pressure on me, but that's good, you have to dream big," Muguruza told ESPN Deportes. Muguruza finished the 2021 season on a high as she won the WTA Finals.
"I feel really happy, and also a little relieved, because at the beginning of the tournament I struggled to find a good game, but then I gradually managed to adapt. This one. victory means even more because it was achieved here in Latin America, and especially in Mexico, where the public has always supported me since the first time I came to play here, when I was an unknown player," Muguruza said after winning the WTA Finals.
Muguruza thrilled with her 2021 season
Muguruza also made it all the way in Dubai and Chicago 3. "I truly believe this has been my best career season, even though I haven't won slam tournaments. It was a season in which I managed to find continuity in the game, albeit with ups and downs in the result," Muguruza said.
"The last few seasons have been mixed, but never because of my tennis: sometimes I may not be able to put all the pieces together, but my tennis is always there. "Now I have managed to find a balance towards which I have worked a lot with my team: this victory shows us that work pays off and that we are following the right path.
"Slam tournaments are bigger, more famous, there is tradition. But here at the Finals you know there are only the best, and if you win this tournament you can really say you are the best of the year."