Paula Badosa confessed: "They write to me about everything on social media"

The Spanish tennis player analyzed how her life has changed with the use of social media

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Paula Badosa confessed: "They write to me about everything on social media"
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The use of social media overexposes tennis players to unpleasant situations. The most irritating and rude users have no problem addressing the athletes with rude and rude words. Paula Badosa is one of the tennis players who receives more comments on her social media posts and they are not always flattering comments. In addition to the tennis issue, there are several issues relating to the Spanish tennis player, who has been in difficulty in recent months due to constant physical problems. Paula revealed how many on social media tend to discuss her romantic situation and her relationship with Stefanos Tsitsipas, saying how users write to her about everything.

"It's now something that continues to happen to me and happens more and more. Now on social media they don't just write to me about my work but also about things about my private and personal life, fortunately it doesn't affect me much, I've gotten used to it even though I have experienced very hard moments in the past. In general I can say that they write to me about everything, I am very exposed both on a personal and professional level but the goal is to do a good job and I believe I am doing it, together with my fantastic team. Unfortunately social media is not under my control, the problem is theirs and not mine, I now have clear ideas about it," she explained.

Paula Badosa
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The Spaniard seems to have partially overcome the physical problems that have tormented her in recent months, although her back is always a concern.

"I feel quite good, my back is responding well and I can rest without problems on rest days. I have good sensations, I'm taking care of myself and I can manage the loads during training, even if the matches are very long. Of course, it's not just up to me but I'm happy with how things are progressing. Mental strength? It makes a difference, it's helped me deal with difficult times and everything, I can stay there when I'm in difficulty and that helps a lot," she told.

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