The Romanian veteran Simona Halep announces her withdrawal from the upcoming Roland Garros, which is against her instincts but had to do because of the necessity.
The 29-year-old suffered a tear on her left calf, which forced her to not take part in the upcoming Roland Garros. She tweeted about his decision and commented how she never wants to miss any Grand Slam. However, she had to because her body needed rest to give her best in future games.
On Simona Halep’s Twitter, she mentioned, ” It’s with a heavy heart that I announce my withdrawal from @rolandgarros this year. Unfortunately, the tear in my left calf needs more time to recover, and the timeline is just too short.”
It’s with a heavy heart that I announce my withdrawal from @rolandgarros this year. Unfortunately the tear in my left calf needs more time to recover and the timeline is just too short. Withdrawing from a Grand Slam goes against all my instincts and aspirations as an athlete, but pic.twitter.com/XiGJxAJMOp
— Simona Halep (@Simona_Halep) May 21, 2021
“Withdrawing from a Grand Slam goes against all my instincts and aspirations as an athlete, but it is the right and only decision to make. The thought of not being in Paris fills me with sadness, but I will focus my energy on recovery, staying positive, and getting back on the court as soon as it is safe to do so. Roland Garros 2022, I’m coming for you! A bientot.”
The World No.3 has failed to shine in her most appearances this year. Recently, she took part in the Italian Open, where she lost to the German Angelique Kerber in the first round. Therefore, the Romanian was looking forward to shining at the Roland Garros. Further, she lifted her title maiden French Open title in 2019.
Simona Halep will fail on getting her second title on the prestigious clay court of the Grand Slam. We might expect some phenomenal performance from the Romanian when she makes a comeback after her recovery.
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