Elina Svitolina, the first racket of Ukraine, was noted by a new achievement
The women’s tennis Association (WTA) has named the match of the Ukrainian Elina Svitolina and the Danish Caroline Wozniacki is the second most important story of the year.
Svitolina and Caroline Wozniacki fought in part on the Final tournament in Singapore. The match ended with the victory of the Ukrainian tennis player in three sets with a score 5:7, 7:5, 6:3. This successful meeting brought Elina to the semifinals of the WTA Finals, Caroline after the defeat stopped a performance in Singapore and was not able to defend last year’s trophy.
Note that Svitolina won the Final tournament and became the fourth racket of the world at the end of the season.
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We will remind, Elina Svitolina held a press-conference on which has told about the future plans and shared his impressions from last season. Also the athlete told about his personal life. According to Elina, she’s got virtually no time, so she has to sacrifice personal relationships for the sake of sport:
“I’m very focused on tennis and my job, time is not really enough… Not to say that I’m “actively looking”… Here we have to bring something in sacrifice, and do not always have time even to see family and just be with family”.
Earlier, the Ukrainian tennis player Svitolina criticized the legendary tennis player. John McEnroe said that Elina Svitolina is not up to players at the highest level.
“To be among the seven best tennis players in the world is a big responsibility. Perhaps the realization that further pressure on it. In addition, she often wins enough points on their own serve, which also can adversely affect General psychological condition. It is slightly not up to the players to high level at major competitions”.
Recall Svitolina in skimpy dress blew everyone away: Perfect.
As reported Politeka, Svitolina set a record in the WTA rankings.
Also Politeka wrote that Svitolina has offered to change nationality: what she said.