Former World No.1 Simona Halep finished the 2020 season without a Grand Slam title on her name. However, the Romanian was satisfied with this year’s achievements. And, She expressed her gratitude to all those who supported her throughout the season.
Halep began the 2020 season in Adelaide International, where She lost a quarterfinal match against Aryna Sabalenka in the straight sets.
Afterwards, Simona reached the semifinal of the Australian Open for the second time in her career. She concluded the first half of the WTA tour with the Dubai Tennis Championship title and a knee injury.
The 29-years-old resumed the tour at the Prague Open, Where she claimed the second crown of the season. Subsequently, Simona bagged one more title at the Italian Open before leaving to Paris.
Eventually, Halep said farewell to 2020 season after a fourth-round loss at the French Open.
World No.2 recently took social media to express gratitude for the encouragements and supports.
Simon Halep wrote, “2020… what to say? It has been one of the most challenging years of our lives. When tennis was taken away, I took a step back and realised how grateful I was to be able to play the sport I love for a living.”
Wimbledon reigning continued, “I was proud to come back and win two titles, to build a 17-match win streak and to finish in the top 4 for the 7th consecutive year.”
“Thank My Team For All Their Hard Work”: Simona Halep
The leading title winner of this season said that the team members helped a lot for her comeback and success. Halep added, “I want to thank my team for all their hard work and for the sacrifices they made this year. It wasn’t easy, but we all learned a lot.”
A few days ago, Simona announced she tested positive for the COVID-19 and later, she recovered completely with the help of a medical team.
Simona continued, “The real superheroes of this year, though, are the healthcare workers who are fighting for us every day.”
In conclusion, Romanian said to her fans and followers, “Looking forward to seeing you all for the 2021 season.”