Kiki Bertens has disclosed that she intends to play fewer matches in 2020 after an overwhelming season. Bertens, who starts her WTA Elite Trophy crusade in Zhuhai today, simply passed up a spot at the WTA Finals.
She played six competitions since the US Open trying to break into the best eight, which meet all requirements for Shenzhen.
In any case, it wasn’t to be and she currently takes on Donna Vekic in her initially round-robin coordinate in Zhuhai.
WTA Elite Trophy prize cash: Amount on offer to the victor in Zhuhai What’s more, Bertens anticipates dialing down the sum she plays one year from now, however, demands she will at present be a normal contender.
Bertens stated: “Well each year I’m stating I’m going to place in a lighter calendar, however consistently it’s not so much occurring. “So we’ll see, we’ll simply perceive how I feel and after that go from that point.
“Be that as it may, I add, I like to play a ton of matches, so it will consistently resemble I think a larger number of occasions than perhaps a great deal of young ladies are playing, yet ideally somewhat less one year from now, better believe it.
“I played Donna a couple of times this year and extraordinary player, obviously, and same with Dayana [Yastremska, additionally in Group Azalea]. Kiki Bertens won in Madrid this year.
“So it will be extremely intense, I think two extremely extreme matches be that as it may, better believe it, what I just started, I’m simply going to attempt to complete the season on a par with I can and after that we see.”
Bertens had a solid season, having arrived at world No 4 in the wake of winning the Madrid Open. That made her the most elevated positioned Dutchwoman ever. She had recently won the St Petersburg Ladies Trophy and furthermore arrived at finals at the Libema Open and in Palermo.