19/07/2013 – In the last months Timi played a lot of tournaments, so she feel that she had to stop for a few days.
This week she did not play tennis, but from next Monday she began in full swing the next events.
“The last few months were hard both physically and mentally, I had to take a little rest! I had lot of tournaments…The Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest was very hard, especially physically. So this week I had no tennis, “– said the 20-year-old player.
After the successful Hungarian GP spent most of her time with the family and friends, but on Thursday she had a bike training and on Friday she inducted a running work-out to the program. On Monday she will return to the court, as the hard court season begins, and the US Open is approaching.
Last year the Hungarian battled at overseas tournaments before the New York-event, but this year will be different. Timi will play at the end of July at 75 000 USD tournament in Donetsk. After the Ukrainian challenge she will travel to China to Suzhou competition. This is the next tournament of the WTA 125 000s series, for the first time in the calendar. Finally, the young Hungarian will play in Kazan, Russia (50 000 USD).
Timi earlier this year won an ITF tournament in singles, she triumphed at the 50 000 USD Soweto Open in Johannesburg. At the WTA Tour she was quarter-finalists in two hard court events, at Florianopolis and Monterrey. In Budapest she also reached the last eight on clay. She was finalist in doubles at Hobart, than she won in Bogotá, Monterrey and Marrakech.
“Clearly, I had the most beautiful memories of the past few months from Monterrey and Budapest. Both events superbly developed for me. In Monterrey I played well from nothing, in Budapest I won big matches. The beginning of the year was clearly difficult, I failed to win a match for a long. The worst experience was at Roland Garros. It was disastrous in all aspects… “– Timi added.