French tennis star Caroline Garcia has been ardently working on her offseason in preparation for the upcoming 2023 season and World Tennis League(WTL).
In the first edition of the Middle East exhibition tournament, World No.4 Garcia will be part of the Team Eagles alongside Nick Kyrgios, Bianca Andreescu, Rohan Bopanna, and Andreas Seppi.
However, after returning from a remarkable vacation to Bali Island, Indonesia, Caroline probably aims to continue her impressive form in the forthcoming season. Thus, the 29-year-old has been working hard and often uploading her training session video clips on social media accounts.
Following a recent training session, Caroline Garcia wrote, “Positive first three days in Dubai getting ready for 2023 season and the World Tennis League next week.”
Garcia had earlier uploaded a video clip from an on-court training session and captioned it, “A morning of training! Back on court.”
The 11-time singles title winner also posted a workout video from the gym as a hint of the new season preparation began. And she wrote, “Gym time. When is the next holiday?”
Caroline Garcia’s 2022 Season
Garcia began the 2022 season at the Australian Open swing with back-to-back earlier exits. Though, she made a good comeback during grass court season as she was crowned as champion of the Bad Homburg Open. Later, she reached the fourth round at Wimbledon.
Besides, Caroline claimed her second title of the season on the clay court at the Poland Open in Warsaw. Furthermore, during the North American swing, the French tennis ace captured her third WTA1000 level title at the Western & Southern Open and made the second Grand Slam semifinal at the US Open.
At the pinnacle of her 2022 season, she triumphed at WTA Finals after prevailing over Daria Kasatkina, Coco Gauff, Maria Sakkari, and Aryna Sabalenka. And she capped off the season as World N0.4 and with a 45-20 win-loss record.
Caroline Garcia will next vie in the World Tennis League, where she will face off against World No.1 Iga Swiatek in the opening encounter on 19 December.
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