The Danish stortalent Clara Tauson has at long last decided to go to the Australian Open.
There has been a lot of considerations, because the 16-year-old comet has developed faster-than-expected in 2018, and therefore it has been under consideration to dropping the year's first junior grand slam for the benefit of some seniorturneringer, tells the team he will play in the French Tennis Federation, Jens Anker Andersen.
- We need to make Clara a prof, and everything has gone a little faster than we had anticipated.
- Will would have played some of the bigger WTA tournaments and was hoping for some wildcards to some 25,000 in prize money.
- Several of her competitors from juniortennis are already about to go over as a senior, and we must also take care that she does not fall behind in relation to them. One of them, as Clara has beaten, Wang Xinyu, took the set from Sharapova the other day, before she had to give up with cramp, points out Jens Anker Ankersen.
- But it has not managed to get the wildcards, so now, the decision is taken. It will be the Australian Open, and Clara is also keen to get away.
off in the time of this writing, traveling with her father, Søren Tauson, with as a coach, while HIC-coaches Kenneth Carlsen and Lars Christensen probably also travel off, primarily as support for the 15-year-old grand slam debutant Holger Rune.
Before it goes on the loose in Melbourne, they are both in the big opvarmningsturnering in Traralgon.
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