“My Dad Wanted Me To Be Number One”- Aryna Sabalenka Pens Emotional Message For Recently Deceased Father

Belarusian player Aryna Sabalenka had an emotional message for her deceased father post her victory against Su-Wei Hseih in the Adelaide International.

Her father had an unfortunate demise at the age of 43 this winter.

What Did Aryna Sabalenka Say?

Sabalenka was very emotional post her match.

“I’m just trying to fight because my father wanted me to be number 1 and I’m doing it for him and that’s what helps me stay strong right now.”

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Aryna Sabalenka has shown tremendous courage and determination as part of the Adelaide International soon after her father’s death.

What Is The Future For Sabalenka?

2019 was a phenomenal year for Aryna Sabalenka. The Belarusian defended her singles title in Wuhan after defeating Alison Riske in three sets. Before defending her title, she defeated the world no 1 Ashleigh Barty along the way.

The doubles category brought even more fruitful results for the spirited Belarusian. In tandem with Elise Mertens, she made her name count by lifting the US Open title.

Sabalenka also had other events of importance in her life in 2019. She split with her coach and rumoured boyfriend Dimitry Tursunov. However, she soon revived her partnership with him after posting a heartfelt Instagram message.

In her personal life, she had tremendous news. She revealed on a Belarusian TV show that she was engaged to someone but did not disclose the identity of her significant other.

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However, her eyes will now be set on the Australian Open. The women’s division is very open at the moment and could very well spring up a surprise winner. World number 1 barely survived her match at the Adelaide International against A Pavlyuchenkova. In fact, she was upset in the first round of the Brisbane international by World no 49 Jennifer Brady.

This means that Sabalenka can imagine winning the Australian Open crown.

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Aryan Sharma