Kim Clijsters no longer in Paris within two weeks. After an early exit from the US Open, Clijsters herself had already indicated that she would like to find more time for her family in the times to come. That’s why Limburger is now fit for all clay tournaments in the coming weeks, including at Roland Garros. He wrote on social media, “I have played so many first and special matches on clay, I have great memories of it.”
Clijsters was knocked out by Russian Ekaterina Alexandrova (WTA 31) in the first round of the US Open, but Limburger was satisfied with her level. “New York has shown how much progress I have made and what work I still have to do.” She remains unclear about her future plans. “I don’t know where I’ll play my next tournament, but I’ll let you know soon. Now I’m going to try harder and make lunch boxes again,” she ends with a joke.
I have decided to spend the next few weeks with my family. NYC showed how much progress I’ve made and what I need to work on. Not sure where I play next but will let you know soon. For now, back to training and school lunches! 🎾 🍎 📚
— Kim Clijsters (@Clijsterskim) 14 September 2020
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