Caroline Garcia to be part of jury team of 2019 Miss France event


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Caroline Garcia to be part of jury team of 2019 Miss France event

As reported by L'Equipe, the French no. 1 Caroline Garcia will be a part of the 100% women's jury at the 2019 Miss France event. Annabelle Varane will represent the Nord-Pas-de-Calais on 15th December in Lille, but she won't be the only celebrity involved.

Garcia will be joined by Line Renaud, well-known French activist and singer as well as singer Jenifer, actress Claudia Tagbo, dancer Alice Renavand, actress Maud Baecker and Laury Thilleman. Analyzing her 2018 tennis season, in press conference at the WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai Garcia said: 'Of course, it was a complicated season.

There was a lot of up and down, not a lot of ups obviously. But, you know, I keep training hard and I kept fighting. In Chinese tournament in Beijing, it started to get better. I lost a tough one against Aryna, but in the game, it was so much better.

It gave me motivation. In Tianjin, the first couple of match was not good, but win there. And then it got better. To win against Pliskova was a good win for me. It was important. Of course the win of today against Aryna is also positive.

It gave me some positive to finish the year. My game is still here. It's not like it disappeared. I able to play a good level of tennis. I want to keep fighting and continue practice for the offseason.' Asked about her goals for 2019, Garcia replied: 'We haven't really think about it, you know.

It's tough to think about things like this when the season is not done yet, you don't have relief time. Tianjin you have ten days, but you want to rest a little bit because you know it's going to be a long trip again.

I didn't really think about it. I don't even know where I'm going to do it. So, you know, I need couple of days to think about it. But I don't think it's going to be big changing. I think this offseason can be a better one than the previous year if my back is doing better like it was last couple of months.

It's good for me. I can improve and can develop. Because the last couple of season was complicated. It was just trying to fix it. It's maybe going be to be maybe not fun, but I will be happy to do more.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title