First-time the Romanian tennis superstar Simona Halep stays at home for a long while since she turned professional career. As a result of her right foot injury and the coronavirus self-quarantine, the two-times Grand Slam Winner stucks at home in Bucharest.
However, Simona used positively this long period of time to recover from harm at the same who would not miss the several tournaments. In the recent report says, Romanian has fully recovered a knee injury and ready to run.
A blessing in disguise
Due to Coronavirus Pandemic, WTA tours cancelled until the second week of July. Notably, The Championships Wimbledon cancelled for the first time since World War two as a consequence Simona Halep can be Wimbledon champion for two years. And also, the self-quarantine helps the Dubai Champion returns to normal.Embed from Getty Images
Halep said to CNN sports: “In a way, I’m lucky because the situation with COVID-19 started exactly when I had problems with my foot injury. So this extra period gave me the opportunity to heal properly and not rush into recovery, instead of worrying that I would lose too many tournaments.”
Simona Halep dreams of playing a Grand Slam
Nevertheless, Former Roland Garros Champion believes all professional tennis actions will resume in September. However, the player will give importance to play remaining Grand Slam tournaments US Open and Postponed French Open.
Simona Halep said “I think if we play tennis again in September, we have already won because that means the threat of the virus has already been defeated. Now we can only dream of a Grand Slam tournament.Embed from Getty Images
“I’m always in touch with my fitness trainer and obviously with my coaches Darren Cahill and Arti (Apostu-Efremov). I haven’t hit a ball yet, but I hope that will happen soon when things become clearer and restrictions begin to be lifted,” Romanian added.
Although, Romanian wishes to play Paris tournament where she has claimed the singles title in 2018 and reached the tournament finals 2014 and 2017. The clay tournament rescheduled to the end of September 2020 due to Coronavirus Pandemic.