Muguruza returns to competition in Dubai

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Garbiñe Muguruza
 It will reappear sooner than expected on tennis courts and will do so in Dubai after accepting an invitation to the Dubai Championships tournament of the WTA Premier category.

The number one of the Spanish women’s tennis, recently proclaimed runner-up of the Australian Open, will travel this Thursday to Arab lands to begin the preparation for this tournament that will be held starting on Monday at the Aviation Club tracks.

With this confirmation, Garbiñe closes its calendar for the next weeks of competition in which it will play, in addition to Dubai, in Doha (week of February 24) and the American tournaments of Indian Wells (week of March 9) , Miami (week of March 23) and Charleston (week of April 6), which replaces in its sports calendar the tournament in Monterrey (Mexico) that this year has advanced its dates to the week before Indian Wells. Charleston, WTA Premier category, is disputed on American clay, somewhat different from European red clay. The rest on the hard track outdoors.

Garbiñe wants to continue strengthening his game after the good performance he showed in his participation in the
Australian Open
. The number sixteen in the world managed to get into displaying a very solid game in the grand final of the tournament held on February 1. There was the American Sofia Kenin, number 7, who finally took the trophy to her showcase after tracing the first set to the Spanish.

This tour is presented as a good opportunity for Conchita Martínez’s pupil to continue strengthening his game and adding points to maintain his rise in the ranking, after finishing the year in the thirty-sixth position. Garbiñe reaped good results in these scenarios last season, for example, reached the quarterfinals at Indian Wells or the victory in the Monterrey tournament. .

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