Paula Badosa was furious after the judge gave her a coaching injury. The world No. 3 had a frustrating match against the Slovenian Kaya Juvan. The Spaniard won the first set after a tight call and then comfortably lost the second set.
During the last set, she was confronted by the judge about a coaching violation and she was angry at the judge’s decision. She argued with the judge for a long time and eventually returned to her side of the court.
Exacerbated by the decision, Badosa played one of the best tennis games in the coming games, comfortably winning the third set and the match by a score of 7-5, 3-6, 6-2. She turned all her anger at the judge’s decision into a performance boost and played amazing tennis to win the third set.
Badosa has been in red-hot form, which is why she’s cemented herself at third place in the world. The Spaniard will try to make the best of it French Open and win her first Grand Slam.
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Paula Badosa wants to talk to tournament officials about coaching allegations
Paula Badosa has been a fixture in women’s tennis for some time and is looking forward to her first Grand Slam win at the French Open in 2022. The Spaniard will be looking to reach the final or semifinals if she doesn’t win the tournament one another thing she couldn’t achieve in a Grand Slam.
After the game, Badosa said: “As you can see I’m usually very emotional so I talk a lot but at that moment I wasn’t looking at my team so I didn’t understand. I know the first sentence where she said, “You can’t have an interaction.” I said, “Yeah, I know I’m in a grand slam.” But after that I paid attention because that’s important and I didn’t want a coaching violation. So yeah, that’s something I’m going to take up with managers now because I wasn’t happy with that decision.”
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