Paula Badosa wanted to show her euphoria after winning the WTA 1,000 in Indian Wells also on social networks. The Spanish tennis player was very active on her Twitter account and did not hesitate to share several publications that echoed what, to date, is the greatest triumph of her career.

Taking advantage of the media pull of his victory in Indian Wells, Badosa wanted to convey an emotional message to the young athletes who are starting their way. “The road has been difficult, but with hard work, enthusiasm and faith its reward has come. Never let anyone tell you that you cannot achieve something. And if so, show him the opposite. Today I have fulfilled one of my dreams, to play the end of one of the best tournaments in the world against a legend of this sport. And win it. You cannot imagine how many times I have dreamed of this. That dream kept me alive, it kept me above all else, it gave me strength to continue fighting. nothing more powerful than that. Never stop dreaming, no dream is too big. “

Badosa also took advantage of the thread to thank his team for the work they have done, which has been reflected with the WTA 1,000 title from Indian Wells. “Thanks to all of you who support me, I feel very fortunate to share this journey with you. And, of course, thanks to my team and my people. It is an individual sport, but without a team behind or people supporting unconditionally, this is not It would be possible. I love you, team. We continue in the fight … See you soon, Indian Wells. You will always be in my heart! “

Azarenka asks for revenge

The Belarusian Victoria Azarenka also spoke about the match, to whom Badosa paid praise during the trophy ceremony and who also applauded the success of the Spanish despite falling before her. “Thank you all for your support. Thank you to the BNP Paribas Open for celebrating this event in these difficult times. Congratulations to Paula Badosa for her incredible performance. Until next time. I love you. Vika.”

Badosa herself thanked Azarenka’s message and reiterated her gratitude after the match: “Thank you Vika, you have made me better today. You have been an inspiration to me since I started tennis. Thank you for everything you have done for this sport.”

The sportsmanship between the two tennis players did not stop there, since Azarenka shared in her networks Badosa’s message with this proposal: “Rematch next year?” Badosa did not hesitate to answer with a sympathetic “Where do I have to sign?” An example of sportsmanship both on and on the court after a confrontation that is already considered one of the best women’s matches of 2021 and that we will see if it is repeated in the future.