Caroline Garcia, despite her loss in the round 16 at Wimbledon on Sunday, said that she was positive after eight consecutive successes in Bad Homburg, where she had won her eighth title.
"I am positive and optimistic. Two good tournaments were my experience. The level was excellent, the game identity was positive and the attitude was positive. We'll see how we can continue to improve, said the Frenchwoman, 28, after she was eliminated by Marie Bouzkova, Czech (66th), 7-5, 6-2.
The 55th player in the world said, "It's an enjoyable game, it works well, it's encouraging, so that's what I think." In the first three rounds, she was the player who had the most winning shots (103).
Garcia, who was the world No.4, said that Garcia's goal is to keep producing tennis like her last matches and win points in tournaments. Garcia, who had fallen to 76th last February, agreed. On Monday, Garcia should be back in the Top 50.
Concerning her loss to Marie Bouzkova in the final match of eight wins, she acknowledged that it was a disappointment, but also highlighted the physical problems which had handicapped her, and in particular his thigh injury.
Caroline Garcia said, "Today there wasn’t the feeling. The lucidity. And the little extra tone to accelerate when we were going forward or play a little more musically when she started anticipating on our volleys."
"There was general fatigue that caused the body to react less well and is less toned. The Lyonnaise concludes that the Lyonnaise noticed that the thigh was a bit more tired in the middle of the second set.