11/10/2013 – It seems that the viral disease is a thing of the past: Timi over the past few days have been made great efforts in the preparation before the two Canadian ITF tournament.
The 20- year-old Hungarian player resting on Saturday, and then continue the work-outs.
Earlier in the week , when I started working out, unfortunately, plenty of struggling with cough and fast fatigue – said the World number 104 player.
Timi planed initially hat she will play in the 235 000 USD events in Linz and Luxembourg, but the plans are “rewriting” because of the disease. For this reason, she couldn’t played for several days and withdraws from the two tournament. Fortunately, this week she made the necessary work-outs.
Every day I had 1tennis and 1physical work-out, and the plan was implemented . I run on the track and at the Citadella, luckily I could better day by day. Tomorrow will be the rest day, and by Sunday I will start with 2tennis and 1 or 2physical work-out till the Canadian trip. I look forward for this tour! Despite I’m enjoying my work-outs and staying at home too!”– Timi said , who will travel to North America next Thursday.
Two years ago the young Hungarian player has achieved great success in the two Canadian events: she won in Saguenay the singles (final: 7:6, 6:3 against Julia Boserup) and doubles with Jessica Pegula (final: 6:4, 6:3 against Gabriela Dabrowski and Marie-Eve Pelletier). In Toronto sher reached the semifinal in singles (lost 3:6, 5:7 against Amra Sedakovic) and was finalist in doubles with Pegula (final: 5:7, 7:6, 4-10 against Dabrowski and Pelletier).