Muguruza: ‘I had a bad time, it was a strange game’

Garbiñe Muguruza said goodbye to the third round yielding to Tunisian Ons Jabeur for 7-5, 3-6 and 6-2 in 2h.25 ‘. “I had chances in this match, it’s disappointing, especially in the second set. Everything changed in a second. I’m still thinking a bit about what I have been missing. I feel that it has been a strange party ”, indicated still with the party to digest.

In fact, you want to review it thoroughly to draw definitive conclusions. “In the first set I managed to hurt him more. In the second I felt good but my moments escaped me, perhaps I lacked determination to take advantage of the opportunities. The opponent is back and has started to play better. In the third, he escaped me very quickly on the scoreboard. I will have to see more this game, see more details. Her game makes it difficult because she makes plays that depend on her, whether they work for her or not ”.

Muguruza acknowledges that “I have had a bad time on the track. I have to find my best tennis, take better advantage of the points that are opportunities. I have to watch the game more, because right now I’m confused ”.

I want to win, do it well, and that sometimes clouds you

She started the campaign very well, she had two match balls in the round of 16 of the Australian Open against Naomi Osaka, then champion. However, he has not found a prize at the Grand Slams. “At the beginning of the year, I felt better inertia and better results. I have set aside the dirt tour, I don’t think about her (she was injured). Here I have felt better. There are three details that will make the difference. I had a lot of opportunities, I don’t have the feeling that he sees me playing badly or that I played a bad game. It is up to me and I can’t close it when I have to close it. Bittersweet feeling, not the results I want. Find more calm. I want to win, do it well, and that sometimes clouds you. I’m not in a bad mood, I’m thinking about how I’m going to prepare for the Games. The results will return.