The Spanish tennis player Carla Suárez works to recover the last physical setbacks with the clear objective of arriving at the US Open, the last ‘big’ of the season ‘, since she is not “100%”, which is why she resigned this Saturday from NYJTL Bronx Open.
“I am not 100% and in these next days we will see how we face the rest of the tour,” he said in statements provided by his team, after the announcement of his withdrawal for the WTA International category tournament.
The one in Las Palmas thinks about the appointment at Flushing Meadows, which starts on August 26, after retiring with hip discomfort in Toronto and playing a game in Cincinnati. Suarez has been in New York since last Thursday.
“I have had difficulties in the hip in recent days, some pain forced me to retire in Canada. In addition, I continue to compete with certain discomfort in the back. We have to be calm and plan what is most suitable for these coming weeks,” he said .
“Our initial idea was to compete in the Bronx and add as much filming as possible before the US Open. We had to give up this first tournament in New York. We must accept the reality we have right now and work to improve it. I will treat myself daily in the city and every day will mark my availability to compete, “he added.