From May 28 to June 11, the new WTA Roland Garros tournament will be held in the city of Paris, the last major tournament to conclude the clay tour and the last chance to get sensations in the great event before. grass round.
After going through Monte Carlo, Madrid and Rome, the clay tour in Europe ends with the second Grand Slam tournament of the season: Roland Garros. The tournament in France has a huge lineup. It is not exempt from strengthening vulnerable victims in a championship that has a very special charm. There are not a few players who are not involved in the competition. Physical issues at this point in the season start to take their toll, and even more so such a demanding surface as well as brick dust.
The main victim of the event is Paula Badosawho had a good year and had to cancel the appointment at the last minute. It looks like some physical issues will keep him out of the main event of the season. This raises many doubts about his participation during the upcoming grass tour. Another of the players who are not in Paris is Amanda Anisimova.
The young player from the United States decided to stop due to his mental health, so there is no set date for his return as he will have to miss a high-profile event like Roland Garros. And who needs to stay off the slopes is the British club Emma Raducanuwho recently underwent surgery for several months of discomfort.
WTA Roland Garros withdrawal
- Jennifer Brady (USA)
- Paula Badosa (ESP)
- Ajla Tomljanovic (AUS)
- Amanda Anisimova (USA)
- Emma Raducanu (GBR)
- Alison Van Uytvanck (BEL)