Sarah Sorribes he cried helplessly over a broken rib that kept him out of Roland Garros 2022, a year that ended early when he fractured the scaphoid in his right foot. Six months vacation, from October to April. From world number 32 to its current 132. Back to start going through ITF tournaments to try to get back in shape.
He cried again in Paris, but from happiness he qualified for the first time for the round of 16 of a Grand Slam. With a negative balance of five defeats in six games in the previous editions, his fortunes have changed in the present.
Chance made an alliance with the Valencian. They reached the round of 16 without having to play against the recent champion of Rome and world number 4, the Kazakh Elena Rybakinawas ill for several days and felt weak in the test before jumping on the field against the Spaniards.
That happened on Saturday. The next day, he experienced an even more surreal situation. himself and the check Marie Bouzkova They squeezed the chair of the umpire who warned about the tears of the ball boy who was hit in the head by one of his rivals, the Japanese. Miju Katoin a duet with Indonesian sutjiadi.
When the game stopped, he threw the ball over the net towards the bottom, hitting the girl, who burst into tears of fear.
Kato He apologized to her, but the referee, after consulting with the tournament supervisor, ordered the disqualification of the Asians as Sorribes led 7-6 (3), 1-3. Directly to rooms in doubles modality.
This Monday he will continue to try his luck Beatriz Haddad Maia, 27 years old and No. 14 WTA, the first Brazilian in the fourth round in forty-four years. They are 2-2 on the record. the student of Silvia Soler you will be even more confused.
“I still can’t assimilate having played so well these days. Come back from injury like this is incredible. When I returned to training, I didn’t see anything clearly, I was afraid to take every step. Now I look back and tell my myself that I did the job well and I tell myself that I surrounded myself with good people,” said Sorribes.
Source: La Verdad
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