Rosario showed all her excitement after reaching the quarterfinals.
Nadia Podoroska was never so happy on a tennis court. The Rosario obtained in this strange Roland Garros 2020 one of those performances that can change the course of a career: she got among the eight best of the Parisian Grand Slam, dreams of more and now a new horizon is opening, with a ranking that will leave in the top 70.
After the victory by 2-6, 6-2 and 6-3 against the Czech Barbora Krejcikova In a changing and emotional game, Nadia spoke before the ESPN cameras and did not hesitate to describe this moment she is living as “pure happiness”.
The Rosario said about what happened these days at the French Grand Slam: “These are things that I will keep forever in my memory.” And then she did not hesitate to remember those who supported her in the moments when her career lived moments of uncertainty and moments of joy like those of this Sunday seemed like a utopia.
“This is also a gift for all those who supported me during my career. For my parents, who were always with me,” said Nadia, still exhausted from the bustle of the match.
He also valued his mettle to get ahead despite the difficulties that the game gave him, where he was able to recover after having made many mistakes in the first set, which he lost widely. “I’m happy because it wasn’t easy to play. There was a lot of wind and the sun was bothering a lot. I think the two had a lot of influence, but I’m happy because I never got negative and I always went forward.
Of all the hurdles Podoroska knocked down so far, the next one will be the highest: she will collide with world No. 5 Elina Svitolina of Ukraine on Tuesday for a place in the semifinals. It seems very difficult, but Nadia showed her weapons to cheer up everything in Paris. And regardless of what happens, no one can take away what danced in the Light City.