Cristina Bucsa, the antidiva of seven skirts


Cristina Bucsa. One of the revelations of the Australian Open. Spanish of Moldovan origin. This is the antidiva. A simple tennis player who, for the time being, eschews sponsorships. Play with one brand of rackets, another shirt, a third different shoe.

The tennis player was surprised in one of Melbourne Park’s secondary press rooms when He explains that “you don’t need a lot of clothes” and that “having seven shirts and seven pants or skirts” is enough.

When the norm in most of the women’s circuit is to show off through social networks or to be a participant in massive advertising campaigns sponsored by leading brands in the sportswear market, the modesty and simplicity of the Cantabrian make it an exception that breaks the norm.

Bucsa, who managed to access the final draw after overcoming the demanding preliminary phase and defeating the champion of a ‘slam’ like Bianca Andreescu in the second round of the final draw, fell this Friday against the first ranking in the world, the Polish Iga Swiatek

‘Wilson’ racket, ‘Dunlop’ racket bag, ‘Lacoste’ shirt, ‘Penguin’ pants and ‘Asics’ sneakers. This is what he chose for the clash at the Kia Arena against the Canadian Andreescu because, above all, he was “free” to choose his clothes.

The way I look at tennis is very different from other players. I only have Facebook to see who I have a crush on. I don’t need to dictate my life to other people”, reasoned the tennis player who also admitted that he loves philosophy and anatomy.

This specific and effective way of understanding tennis allowed him this Wednesday against a Grand Slam champion to win the first set and show a calmness that revealed the nervousness of an Andreescu who eliminated Serena Williams in 2019 to be the tennis player with the most number of ‘slams. ‘ historical titles.

I am a very calm person and that shows in the game. I really enjoy playing and at a critical moment I know how to handle it because we work under pressure”, he added after his victory over the Canadian.

The tennis player, who settled in the Cantabrian town of Torrelavega after arriving from Chisinau (Moldova) at the age of threerevealed that his only coach is his father, to whom he travels to all tournaments and to whom he entrusts all material-related tasks.

My father will take care of all that. I don’t know the voltage I’m using. Since I don’t break many racquets because they take so long, the same thing happens with strings.”, he explained this Monday after his first win in the final draw.

His father competed in duathlon as a young man and is strict about a Seeker who dedicated the biggest victory of his career to him in an interview on the Kia Arena court in front of an Australian audience that appreciated tennis and his exemplary demeanor .

He looks like a great man. We went with him because of that. The way she has dedicated the victory to her father, that says a lot about her”, argued an Irish fan after the end of the clash outside the stadium.

Tennis is a repetitive sport and only the most disciplined players are capable of repeating the same strokes and game patterns regardless of the match situation they are going through.

Cristina, away from the distractions of networks or the delicious contracts of sports brandsjust focus on executing your game plan without any major ups and downs.

I focus every day, on leaving the track feeling like I did better than the day before. It is not a stratospheric to enter the top-100. Improving on a daily basis will bring future results

Bucsa will introduce himself this Friday in front of millions of followers from all over the world who will witness his way of understanding tennis and life.

Source: La Verdad


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