It has been an atrocious homecoming for the 28-year-old ravishing Romanian, Simona Halep, followed by a 6-7, 5-7 semi-final defeat against the unseeded Garbine Muguruza. Although the ruin had been groundbreakingly wicked at every way, the prodigious Constantan who had been the top Seed for straight 64 weeks in a row, had to make her way back in to Romania without her third Grand Slam title on yesterday (February 1st).
At the airport, while being asked about her semi-final defeat against the Spanish, Halep, the enigmatic extravaganza over the baseline, said to the reporters what her Australian coach Darren Cahill had told after the loss against Muguruza.
Nonetheless, as Cahill’s comment could barely stand as a succour, Halep said to the reporters shortly after her arrival, “(Darren) told me that I played a good match, but I should pay more attention in the key moments of the match.
I made mistakes on important points, and I should work on this in the future. ” As a matter of fact, Cahill took it to the twitter to back Halep after the resolute Romanian’s semi-final defeat saying, “…Bad luck to our girl, Simona Halep.
We are all proud of you. You fight, you learn, you work, you come back stronger. This we will do. ”