Garbine Muguruza: Winning Roland Garros will mark me for my entire career

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Garbine Muguruza: Winning Roland Garros will mark me for my entire career

Garbine Muguruza had a wonderful 2016. The 22-year-old managed to cement her place inside the top 10 ranking and also managed to win her first ever Grand Slam title. Muguruza managed to win the coveted French Open – and her triumph in Paris allowed her to climb up to her highest ranking of World No 2.

Talking about how the year went, Muguruza reflected on her achievements and also revealed how good it has been working with her coach. "Every time I think about it, the first thing that comes to mind is the adrenaline rush I had in those last few seconds, just before I won the tournament, I could not control it, it was something that I will never forget and that has marked me ever since It will do it for my entire career because it's like a dream come true,” "It's a very high number, which means there's only one tennis player in the world who plays better than you and you can almost only go down because you only have one more place to go.

I thought something like, 'Wow, I'm the world number 2. Everybody looks at me with a weird face and everyone wants to win me now. It was a big number for me,” "Sam and I make a good pair, a good combination.

It helps me a lot, he did it especially when I won Roland Garros. He has a lot of patience and helps me tackle things in a better way," Muguruza said. "There are difficult times on track because there is a lot of tension and it is difficult to control your player.

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