Paula Badosa, the new queen of tennis
She’s the new “beauty queen” in tennis! Strong photos of the actress compared to Sharapova + Why does she want to meet with Aleppo? Paula Badosa has already gained thousands of fans in the tennis world due to her beauty and physique.
Paula Badosa (24 years old, 3 WTA) is one of the most popular players on the WTA circuit. Compared to Maria Sharapova because of her special features, Badosa has become a favorite of many famous brands who want to associate their image with Iberia.
“The new stylish girl of Spanish tennis Paula Badosa, who made headlines in the Spanish press the other day, noted not only her significant leap in the WTA rankings, but also her success off the court.
Paula Badosa, the new “beauty queen” in tennis
Badosa has become an ambassador for Kérastase, a well-known French hair and scalp care line that distributes products internationally.
According to the source cited, Iberica was born on November 15, 1997 in New York City, where her family migrated to pursue a career in the fashion world. At the age of seven, Paula returned to Barcelona to pursue her childhood dream: tennis.
Who is Paula Badosa?
Paula Badosa Gibert is a Spanish professional tennis player. On April 4, 2022, he ranked 3rd in singles and 134th in doubles, reaching the career-breaking world ranking.
- Born: November 15, 1997 (age 24 years), Manhattan, New York, USA
- Length: 1.8m
- Parents: Mireia Gibert, Josep Badosa
Paula Badosa, who won the junior competition at Roland Garros in 2015, didn’t have the smoothest climb. The victory in Paris in just 16 and a half years brought Iberians not only fame, but also a lot of stress and anxiety, he said in 2019. health problems:
According to As.com, Badosa said, “I don’t feel any positive emotions on the field anymore, just fear and anxiety. “I had fears that made me not want to compete.”
In an interview with the press in her country, Badosa stated that she wanted to meet Simona Halep and it would be a “dream match” for herself.
I would love to play against Aleppo. I’ve always admired him, I love her complete playstyle. I don’t think we look alike, but I’m impressed by it.
She’s not exactly a defensive or offensive player, she has the full package. “I would really like to meet him and see how she succeeds,” Paula Badosa told Punto de Break.