Camila Giorgi was spending the weekend with her partner Varvara Lepchenko., one of her friends. A while ago, Varvara wrote on a photo with Camila: «I think we met somewhere else before.» In the new shot together, Camilla wears a dress with a lace-trimmed top and micro shorts underneath.
Varvara’s outfit was very sporty with a PSG jacket and jeans.
Camilla at Roland Garros 2023
The second round match between Camila Giorgi and number three seed Jessica Pegula at Roland Garros 2023 ended after 37 minutes.
The Italian player immediately appeared in physical trouble and lost badly with several double faults and unforced errors in the first four games of the match. After collecting only two games, Giorgis requested a medical appointment to check the condition of her knee. Her energy started causing her problems starting at the WTA 1000 in Madrid.
A long discussion with the physiotherapist prompted the Italian to make a tough decision and get out of trouble. Earlier, Camilla beat home player Alize Cornet, ranked 59 in the WTA, in their first round match.
The Italian player dominated the game from the first points and dominated the game. The Italian does not shine in the service, but the French is worse, the most variable performance in the service with six double faults, losing points at critical moments.
Even with a few moments of forgetfulness, the former Canadian Open champion was able to bring home the match that was by no means clear. «It was a tough match, it wasn’t easy at the beginning, I faced a tennis player with a different game from me,» Giorgi said at the press conference.
Picking up the pace was not easy. It was good to play my game. The key in the second set was the same. I was aggressive. At one point I got a little lost and played defense. Then I went back and played at my level. It’s great to play here in Paris.
In all respects today was a great game because it was not easy to face in the stadium. It was a positive day. I’m slowly getting back into shape. The problem won’t disappear overnight, so it’s a long process, but it’s okay, we’re working on it and my team is taking care of it. But I can tell it’s getting better.