Clara went pass swiss player Viktorija Golubic to record herself with 8th title on the ITF Women’s Circuit.
Success is not anything new for Denmark teen Clara Tauson. On Saturday, Clara Tausaon went past Switzerland’s Viktorija Golubic to win her 8th title at the ITF Women’s Circuit at the inaugural Fujairah International Women Tournament.
Prior to that, Tauson’s preceding achievement had come at the ITF Oeiras in Portugal, a 15k occasion that she had gained with a straight set win towards Spaniard Maria Gutierrez Carrasco, in August 2020.
“Yes, it’s been a long term given that I became last in a final,” Tauson informed Gulf News with a experience of smooth urgency.
The had featured in a National Level Tournament all through the route of the pandemic final year, and Golubic had gained on that occasion.
However, conquering opponents and attaining goals isn’t precisely what Tauson need to be concerned about at the moment going by what she has already completed in her young but blossoming career.
Clara became the youngest Danish Champion at the mere age of 13 in 2016. The very subsequent year, Tauson turned expert and was rewarded with the girls’ singles name on the 2017 European Youth Olympic and the European Junior Championship in 2018.
Since her debut, Tauson has long past on to win 8 singles tournaments which includes Saturday’s Fujairah crown — with the 2019 Australian Open junior ladies crown as her largest achievement to date. That equal year, Tauson peaked at the arena No. 1 junior — the first Danish girl to gain this honour — something that not even the ‘other’ well-known Dane Caroline Wozniacki has managed.
Tauson’s professional debut at the ITF Women’s Circuit got here in September 2017, and on Saturday, she took her name count to 8 crowns. Tauson’s feat has been different whilst as compared to what her compatriot Wozniacki had completed in her junior career.