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In Photos: Caroline Garcia Enjoys Off Season With Gratitude

FORT WORTH, TEXAS - NOVEMBER 06: Caroline Garcia of France celebrates after defeating Maria Sakkari of Greece in their Women's Singles Semifinal match during the 2022 WTA Finals, part of the Hologic WTA Tour, at Dickies Arena on November 06, 2022 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images)
FORT WORTH, TEXAS – NOVEMBER 06: Caroline Garcia of France celebrates after defeating Maria Sakkari of Greece in their Women’s Singles Semifinal match during the 2022 WTA Finals, part of the Hologic WTA Tour, at Dickies Arena on November 06, 2022, in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images)

French tennis ace Caroline Garcia has been enjoying a well-deserved holiday after finishing off an exquisite season in which she displayed her stellar performance amid a rough start and a foot injury.

The 29-year-old from Lyon ended the milestone season at No.4 in the WTA ranking after being No.75 in June. To return to her career-high spot, she captured the title at the Bad Homburg Open, Poland Open, Western and Southern Open, and WTA Finals, and reached the semifinal at the US Open and fourth round at Wimbledon in 2022.

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Furthermore, Garcia also showcased her prowess in the doubles as she seized the Roland Garros title along with Kristina Mladenovic for the second time. Last but not least Caroline completed this wonderful season with a team celebration as she led her home country and defeated Netherlands(3-1) in the playoffs at the Billie Jean King Cup.

Eventually, Caroline summed up her reflection on the 2022 season in her long Twitter post.

“So Much Gratitude For This First Week of Holiday”, says Garcia

The 11-time WTA singles title winner picked Bali Island for recreation and celebration this off season. An Indonesian province is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the world because of its culture, nature, people, weather, cuisine, etc.

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After the successful first week of the holiday, Caroline Garcia shared her strange and delightful experiences with plenty of adorable images on her latest Instagram post.

“So Much Gratitude for this first week of holiday. To be alone was not every day easy, especially the first few days, I was asking myself what the hell happened to me to be in this situation lol. It was my choice and I’m happy and proud to be living this experience”, the French woman wrote in her Instagram Post.

Garcia further explained, “I’m learning a lot about myself. I discovered some amazing places. Had lunch in the middle of rice terraces, and could write in my notebook. Met some nice people along the way. And you never know who you can see on holiday, great dinner with Demi Schuurs.”

“This is always bad and good in every situation. I’m trying to learn from the bad side and living at the fullest the good part”, She concluded.

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Thiru Murugesan

I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. And I am a Tennis Enthusiast. Here I am writing and publishing articles just for tennis fans. Besides, I love to watch Federer & Gasquet's backhands, Nadal & Rublev's forehands, Novak's groundstrokes, Serena's serve, Murray's lob, and Kyrgios, Bublik & Paire's trick shots.

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