Paula Badosa is not chasing the best players on the WTA Tour anymore — she’s one of them now.
So the next challenge for the Spanish player, who has spent the entire season inside the Top 10, is to get adjusted to playing under the weight of higher expectations.
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Pan-Pacific Open, Paula Badosa