'Give Me Some Rest From Politics': Sabalenka Ready To 'Party' After 'Exhausting' Roland Garros

'Give Me Some Rest From Politics': Sabalenka Ready To 'Party' After 'Exhausting' Roland Garros

Aryna Sabalenka's Roland Garros experience is over as the Belarusian was beaten in the semi-finals of the event.

It was a good experience on the court as she finally advanced past the 3rd round which was the best result she ever had at Roland Garros before this year. She went to the semi-finals serving for the match and having a match point but ultimately she lost the match to an inspired Karolina Muchova.

Off the court was very dramatic for the Belarusian as she clashed with a reporter which ultimately lead to her skipping press conferences. After finally doing one following her quarter-final win, Sabalenka admitted that she has no regrets about the way she handled it but there were plenty of those that weren't as impressed with her reaction.

The whole experience left her very exhausted which is expected. She confirmed it after the match joking that she's looking forward to partying and enjoying herself after a very long and exhausting two weeks in Paris.

But, yeah, I think it's normal to feel exhausted after two weeks of playing nonstop and playing on the clay. It's always physical matches. So I think for the next couple of days I'll be just party hard. Joking (laughter). No, I'll rest, recover, and then, yeah, get back to practicing. Love it.

She was also asked about some of her comments made earlier which are mostly non-tennis related but there wasn't any notable response. Sabalenka was in no mood to talk about anything but tennis, certainly not politics. She'll definitely enjoy some time away from the tennis court and from the duties that competing on the WTA Tour brings.

I don't want to talk about politics today. I made all my statements. You have it. I don't want to talk about politics today. Let's just talk about tennis. Give me some rest, please, from politics(smiling).


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