Karolina Muchova withdraws from her WTA Finals debut

Karolina Muchova (fot. eurosport)

This is the end of the season for Karolina Muchova. The Czech withdraws from the WTA Finals. This was supposed to be the tennis player’s debut in this event.

Karolina Muchova has had a very successful season. Suffice it to mention her performance at Roland Garros, where she eliminated Aryna Sabalenka, and in the final she was one step away from defeating Iga Swiatek. It’s no wonder that she managed to advance to the WTA Finals this year, which is open to the eight best tennis players of the season. Unfortunately, we won’t see Muchova there. The Czech has just released a statement about the end of the season. What happened?

Muchova will not appear due to an injury, the treatment of which takes longer than expected. The tennis player is finishing the current season and announces that in the 2024 season she will try to fight to advance to the WTA Finals again.

-I am heartbroken to announce that I will miss my first WTA Finals in Cancun. Together with the team and doctors we tried everything till the last moments to resolve my wrist injury. Unfortunately, the time needed for the recovery is longer than we would’ve hoped for and therefore I had to make this unpleasant decision. I greatly appreciate the support of all the fans. I will do my best to be back in 2024 and get another chance to be part of the WTA Finals.- wrote Muchova on her social media.

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