Muguruza: “When I work with Vogue I feel like a star”

Garbiñe Muguruza reviewed his title this Saturday at Roland Garros in 2016, which was also his first 'Grand Slam', as a scenario that every child dreams of in Spain and that brought him “a assimilate time. “ “Growing up in Spain, playing on land, Roland Garros is the dream of each child. The Spaniards who have won it, when you're training
they tell you 'imagine it's the point of the Roland Garros tournament', from little do you have these messages “ the former world number one said in a chat 'on line'.

“I always dreamed of winning it and every year I saw that it was improving, too in the tournament he was doing better every year and suddenly, final and title. The best possible end against Serena and I played an incredible match, “he added, recalling that first 'big'.

The champion acknowledged that it was difficult to see that success in Paris as real. “After the two weeks of the tournament you are empty and you have to fulfill many commitments. People ask me if I finished with Paris and hardly I had the strength to have dinner “, confessed.

“I played fast again but it was a weird feeling, it took a while, Even when I got back on the track, I was like, 'Wow, I've won a' Grand Slam. ' It took me a couple of weeks to assimilate that it was true. Gives you confidence that you can do it, it's proof that you could “, added.

On the other hand, Muguruza spoke about his interest in the fashion world, where he does not even rule out seeing himself after his tennis career. “I enjoy of doing things outside of my work, I'm not a model, but when I work with Vogue I feel like a movie star, “ he explained.

“I am totally focused on tennis, but since I like fashion,
I always have something to say about tournament clothing, sometimes I say
too much, but constructively, “he added.