Unusual, WTA, France > Garcia: “I’ve realized that if from time to time I like to eat a pizza the day before a match, it might be better to go and eat it than to think about it all evening and all night”

Guest on Players’ Voice podcast on Eurosport, Caroline Garcia once again looked back on her incredible season marked by a semi-final at the US Open and a victory over the Masters. Aware of having learned a lot about himself thanks to injuries and time spent away from the courts, the Lyonnaise insisted on the concept of pleasure.

“I have learned a lot about myself this year. My injury allowed me to. This break with tennis was an opportunity to learn as a woman, as a person. You gain experience, you mature over the years. In relation to everyday tennis, I learned to take advantage of having a day off, that it is part of training, that it was good to take your mind off things. I realized that if I occasionally like to eat a pizza the day before a game, it might be better to go and eat it than to think about it all evening and all night. With my injury, I realized that winning a title obviously gives you a different feeling, but winning a first round at the US Open, or a quarterfinal or a first round in a 250 also generates emotion and joy. For the day, for the next day. »

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