Until now, Martina Trevisan has never competed in an event on the WTA Tour with the number one ranking on her back. In Palermo, she’ll be able to do so in the comfort of her own home. Elisabetta Cocciaretto of Corriere dello Sport interviewed the Italian number one, who had just returned from a remarkable experience on the red brick of Bois de Boulogne, seasoned by the semifinal.
“This is a wonderful feeling. I know that there will be a fight, and that everyone will do their best to stop me. VIncere? For the first round, “I only look at the scoreboard and then we’ll see,” she said.
In Italy, Trevisan asks, “Who’s number one? “The product of one’s labor.”
After the quarterfinals of the strange twenty-twenty edition, which were played virtually behind closed doors, she was able to surpass Camila Giorgi and sit on the twenty-sixth level of the ranking, as we were stating.
If the other females think of me in this light, then I’ll be content with the role I’ve been given for the time being.” “These accomplishments are the product of a great deal of hard effort, and I realize that the road ahead is lengthy.” Afterwards, the two discussed their friendship, which clearly extends beyond the courtroom.
In Martina’s words, “We are friends and we respect each other,” but “I see Jasmine [Paolini ed.] more frequently since we are closer, but it is a relationship of friendly competition.”
Even on the national team, I am the shortest player, so I look at it as an opportunity to grow.
When I lost three games to her at Wimbledon recently? We were already joking around in the evening, despite Cocciaretto not saying anything to her. Elisabetta Cocciaretto will meet Russian Elina Avajesnan in the first round, while Sara Errani, the 2008 and 2012 event champion, will square off in an intriguing future-past derby. Getty Images is the source of this image.