Caroline Garcia: "WTA Finals are more intense than a Grand Slam"

Caroline Garcia achieved the most important success of her career in women's singles this season

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Caroline Garcia: "WTA Finals are more intense than a Grand Slam"

Caroline Garcia achieved the most important success of her career in women's singles this season. The French tennis player, who turned 29 year-old in October managed to overturn all predictions and make an out of the ordinary climb throughout 2022.

A climb that reached its highest peaks with the Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open, when her best result in a Major so far had been a quarterfinal at the Roland Garros in 2017, but above all the victory of the WTA Finals in Forth Worth, beating in the final Aryna Sabalenka.

Precisely with regard to the Masters at the end of the season, Garcia gave it particular value to the point of considering it a tournament, sometimes, much more intense and different than a Grand Slam, like she said. In episode number 83 of We Love Tennis Mag, the column edited by the French portal WeLoveTennis, the number 4 in the world Caroline Garcia retraced, among other things, the emotions she felt during her journey at the WTA Finals in Forth Worth.

Caroline Garcia: "WTA Finals are more intense than a Grand Slam"

The 29-year-old from Saint-Germain-en-Laye faced five of the best eight tennis players of the calendar year in terms of results, losing only one match against number 1 Iga Swiatek, so not really a naive.

Garcia greatly validated her greatest success of the season and in general of her career, going so far as to argue that the current format makes the WTA Finals more tantalizing and perhaps even more difficult than a Grand Slam, explaining why: "The Masters is a special tournament, but winning it is a huge achievement, because in an important week you play five games against the eight best players in the world.

A Grand Slam can be won without beating these players or only one can play. Here you have to beat four. Because of this requirement and level, the WTA Finals are more intense and diverse. And there are also players who have gone unnoticed despite winning a Grand Slam title."

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