"Last six months have been very hard" - Muguruza after another early exit

Muguruza has played 20 matches this year winning only eight of them and after another early exit she felt compelled to write something on social media.

After dropping her Wimbledon opener to Greet Minnen, 6-4, 6-0—a match where Muguruza couldn’t hold back tears during the final changeover—the former world No. 1 uploaded her sentiment about the rough patch on Twitter.

She wrote:

"These last six months have been very hard. Dealing with defeated, frustration and pressure. Competing in RG and Wimbledon, tournament that I love, with all the preparation and effort that my whole team has made, not finding my tennis has been emotionally, a very hard blow. To my followers and those who place their expectation on me, just to ay that I'm sorry and I hope that the remaining six months of 22 are more bearable and I can at least find those good feelings again."

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