Amanda Anisimova (46th) of the United States, who reached the quarterfinals of the French Open tennis women’s singles in 2019, complained of mental difficulties and said, “I will take an indefinite break.”
Anisimova said on her social media on the 6th (Korean time) that she had been mentally difficult since last summer and suffered symptoms of ‘burnout’. “No,” she explained, explaining why she decided to take an ‘indefinite break’.
He added, “Recovering mental health is the most important task now, and I have done my best to overcome it.”
Anisimova, she was born in 2001. Before she turned 18, she reached the semifinals of the French Open in 2019 and she is a promising prospect who reached the quarterfinals of Wimbledon last year.
She became the first player born after 2000 to reach the semifinals of a major singles, as was Anisimova at the 2019 French Open.
Anisimova, 180 cm tall, is a Russian-American athlete and her personal best was 21st in 2019.
She retired in 2020 and succeeded Mariya Sharapova (Russia), who is expected to grow into a ‘big star’ in women’s tennis.토토사이트
However, as her father Constantine, who was also her coach in 2019, passed away suddenly from a heart attack, she did not make it to the US Open that year. Dropped out.
Since the round of 16 of the Women’s Professional Tennis (WTA) Tour Adelaide International held in Australia in January this year, she has failed to reach the round of 16 in four consecutive tournaments, and her last victory was in February of this year.
Anisimova said she would “miss the tennis courts” and said she “thanks the fans for their support”.