Badosa, with Muguruza in mind, loses to Swiatek

Paula Badosa said goodbye to the group stage of the WTA Finals in Guadalajara (Mexico) with a loss. Classified as first in the group, the game was inconsequential. He thought about what was important and did not force the machine. Poland’s Iga Swiatek, who was eliminated, left for Poland with a 7-5, 6-4 victory in 1h: 40.

Badosa, who was celebrating her 24th birthday, came out with the logical intention of not wasting her strength. Garbiñe Muguruza was going to have one more day of rest before the semifinal between the two of this Tuesday (9:00 p.m., DAZN and TDP). Of a match that will put one before the possibility of winning the title of teacher.

The Polish took the first set with two breaks. But in the second, when it looked like she was going to enjoy a placid day, the 2020 Roland Garros winner got tangled up alone. He had up to 13 break opportunities in total and only materialized four, without much opposition from the Catalan. She seemed incapable of winning, and Badosa was forced to speed up at times so as not to ‘mess up’ her game. Almost without looking for it, he broke for 2-1.

There was the possibility that the crash would go to a third heat but, subtly, Badosa gave the impression of lowering the piston (33 unforced errors) to avoid spending unnecessary time on the track. Swiatek ends with the victory of the honor and she saves energy.

“Playing against Muguruza is special, it will be exciting and there will be tension. When I was growing up I saw her win Grand Slams. It will be a battle in which I will give my all. It is the last tournament and I want to enjoy it because the atmosphere is incredible. Honestly, today I was thinking about tomorrow’s game and if I could have, I would not have played. I have tried to try new things and not wear myself out, “explained Badosa after the game.

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