(Sports News) Paula Badosa, a tennis woman who is considered the “new Sharapova” has revealed to fans a remarkable message after she won the WTA Indian Wells tournament.
“New Sharapova” won the Indian Wells tournament with a meaningful message
Beautiful tennis player Paula Badosa has just surprised when she won the WTA Indian Wells women’s singles championship after defeating former world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka 7-6 (5), 2-6, 7-6 (2 ). After the title in the US, the Spaniard was described by RT (Russia) as the “new Sharapova” of the felt ball village.
Paula Badosa, the new WTA Indian Wells champion is considered the “new Sharapova” of the world felt ball village
After picking up $1.2 million in winnings at Indian Wells, Badosa said: “The first thing I learned this week is that nothing is impossible. If you put in the effort and work hard, after all these years, you can achieve anything.”
“In my case, I went through difficult times. I still keep dreaming. That’s what makes me always work hard and believe until the very end. I’m happy with what’s happening. I’m still a bit shocked about what happened today because winning a tournament like this has always been a dream for me,” said the beautiful Badosa.
Video of the exciting final at WTA Indian Wells 2021 between Badosa and Azarenka:
The widow of the ill-fated legend Kobe Bryant is at risk of having a psychiatric examination
NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gigi tragically died on January 26, 2020 because of a helicopter crash. After that tragedy, Kobe’s wife Vanessa Bryant decided to sue Los Angeles County because some county employees took pictures of the accident scene of her husband and her daughter without permission and used that photo for personal gain.
According to USA Today, the Los Angeles County government is seeking a court order to require Vanessa Bryant to undergo a psychiatric examination, claiming that this woman is suffering from depression, anxiety and distress after the dear passed away.
Nadal is a fan of both Samprass and Agassi
In a recent interview on Number Web, Rafael Nadal revealed that since he was a child, he has been a fan of the rival pair of American tennis – Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.
“As a child, I was a huge fan of Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi. I love watching the match between them. I learned aggressive play from Sampras and fighting spirit from Agassi. The match between them inspires me a lot because they are two different types of players. Of course, I was also influenced by my current coach, Carlos Moya. Going back further in history, I like Ilie Nastase’s matches,” Rafa shared.
Rugby star suddenly died from a traffic accident
Sean Wainui, a famous New Zealand rugby player, has just died at the age of 25 after being in a tragic traffic accident in the McLaren Falls Park area when the car of the Maori All Blacks star veered off the roadside. and crashed into a tree. Wainui just celebrated his 1st wedding anniversary with his wife, Paigge Fox. They have two children together, a boy, Kawariki Te Raiona, and a girl, Arahia.
Vietnam has yet to finalize the time to hold the 31st SEA Games
On the afternoon of October 18, the Office of the Southeast Asian Sports Federation (SEAGF) held an online meeting with the participation of 11 countries in Southeast Asia. One of the issues of interest at the meeting was updating on the 31st SEA Games held in Vietnam and commenting on the Joint Statement of the ASEAN Sports Ministers’ Meeting held on October 28.
Mr. Tran Duc Phan, representative of the 31st SEA Games Organizing Committee, informed that up to this point, the Vietnamese Government has allowed to delay the organization until the second quarter of 2022 (expected in May). However, in order for the procedure to comply with regulations, Vietnam will notify the SEAGF Office and the National Olympic Committees as soon as possible after the official decision is made.
(Sports news, tennis news) After 968 weeks, Roger Federer was knocked out of the top 10 on the ATP rankings.