During the trip to Guadalajara, Donna Vekic describes a tense moment and the pilot’s response.

According to Donna Vekic, while she was en route to Guadalajara, the doors of the helicopter suddenly opened. Fortunately, the pilot intervened to calm her and the other passengers. In the San Diego Open championship match on Sunday, Vekic lost to Iga Swiatek in three sets.

Vekic flew to Mexico the next day to take part in this week’s WTA tournament in Guadalajara. “Excellent, but the door opened in the middle of the flight. It was actually my fault because I opened the door a little bit to let some air in when we were first sitting because it was so hot.

I believe I didn’t properly close it. The door opened ten minutes into the flight. I was in a panic. I was seated in the front, and the men in the rear were screaming out. No passes anything, the pilot said. Nothing changes,”” WTA Insider was told by Vekic.

Vekic got off to a strong start in Mexico.

Following a successful run in San Diego, Vekic also had a successful opening round in Guadalajara, defeating Laura Pigossi 6-4, 6-1. Vekic moved up almost 30 positions this past Monday, moving from No. 47 to No. 47, returning to the top-50.

Vekic says she would like to move up the rankings after a successful week in San Diego, and she is hoping for another successful week in Guadalajara. “The ranking inspires me, but what really matters to me is that I was able to play the kind of tennis I did for seven straight matches last week.

That means a lot to me a lot. My team values it much. It greatly inspires me to work hard throughout the off-season. Touch wood, but I’m going to end the year injury-free, and I hope I can have a successful preseason and have a strong debut in Australia, “Vekic clarified.