Paula Badosa Gibert
Paula Badosa Gibert (born 15 November 1997) is a Spanish professional tennis player. New York-born American Spaniard Paula Badosa Gibert is easily one of the most interesting young prospects to come from Spain.
Having already broken into the Top 200 on the WTA Singles circuit, achieving 193rd in 2015, the young starlet has a long and successful career ahead of her if she continues to progress at such an impressive rate.
Reaching the Third Round of the 2015 Miami Open as a wildcard, the young Gibert immediately made an impression, giving people all the more reason to see her qualities shine through and to appreciate her effervescent, aggressive and non-stop play style.
In 2015, she also won the 2015 French Open at Junior level, defeating Anna Kalinskaya in the Final. Her most recent win came at ITF level, when she defeated Margarita Gasparyan in the Les Franqueses del Valles final. Other big wins include wins in Glasgow, Scotland (Maia Lumsden) and Denain, France (Irina Ramialison).
For one so young, Gibert shows a maturity far beyond her young years, and an ability to make good on even the most challenging problems in a match. Tactically astute and already with the technique to match, the future looks bright for Paula Badosa Gibert.
Spanish tennis star Paula Badosa will be showcasing her world-class skills at tennis clinics and an exhibition match this November at One&Only Reethi Rah.
Currently ranked fourth in the world, Badosa is known for her aggressive baseline and has won three Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour singles titles, and enjoyed her best Grand Slam run at the 2021 Roland-Garros. Having made a significant leap forward in the world rankings at the end of 2020, Badosa has ranked number 2 in WTA singles and is now considered one of the best players on the WTA Tour.
Paula Badosa Gibert didn’t go beyond the fourth round in Wimbledon after losing in a rather straightforward match to Simona Halep 6-1 6-2. Nevertheless, Paula took advantage of the situation to enjoy a nice vacation in Greece with her boyfriend and model Juan Betancourt.
Paula and Juan decided to spend some time in Santorini and they updated their Instagram fans with the following pictures at the beach and also training at the gym.
Paula Badosa enchants at the Foro Italico
The Spanish tennis player eliminated the No. 4 seed on the scoreboard Ons Jabeur with a score of 6-1 6-4. The handshake at the end of the game between the two players. In the first set, Badosa left her opponent no chance. There was more balance in the second partial, but at the decisive moment the Spaniard placed the final stretch. Badosa thus advances to the round of 16 where she will face Ukraine's Marta Kostyuk. After reaching the round of 16 in Madrid, Paula wants to improve at the Internazionali d'Italia. The WTA 1000 in Rome is the last event of the season on clay before Roland Garros. The disappointment of Jabeur, who already has to leave the tournament in Rome.
Paula Badosa sensually stands out among the millenary beauties of Rome
Paula Badosa is in Rome these days, for the Internazionali BNL d'Italia, the last tournament on clay courts in preparation for the Roland Garros 2023. The beautiful Spanish tennis player, on the eve of the tournament, took advantage of some free time to visit the Italian capital, standing out among the millenary beauties that the city offers tourists, like a super sensual statue.
Paula shared photos of her on Instagram while she was at the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum and St. Peter's Square, some of the highlights of Rome.
Paula is one of the most beautiful and talented tennis players on the Women's Tour.
Last year we saw this tennis player come close to the top, reaching second position in the WTA ranking in April. Gradually things changed, Paula slipped far behind and strung together a series of negative results. Some malignant ones also spoke of a tennis player distracted by the love and sponsorships that have rained on the tennis player in recent months.
Paula Badosa has in fact been engaged since 2021 with the model and actor Juan Betancourt, considered one of the most beautiful men in the world. The couple is of extraordinary beauty and the two often make fans dream with nice posts on social media.
The tennis player spoke about this and much more during an interview with the microphones of Glamour. Here are her words: «For me it was very difficult to announce this relationship. It is bad for a female athlete because they will always judge you: if you win or lose it will always be because of your relationship.
From Serena Williams and many other tennis players, some often take into consideration the idea of playing and then immediately returning to the circuit, still continuing to do well. Paula discussed this possibility as follows: „I think that in sport, motherhood has ceased to be a taboo, fortunately.
In recent years, several tennis players have become mothers and all this is very beautiful. It's hard to combine both, but they have succeeded. It's very inspiring to see tennis players who are at their best just two months after they become mothers. That all these things seem normal is really very nice.“