Billie Jean King Cup Finals | Belinda Bencic reacts after winning 2022
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Belinda Bencic reacts after winning the Billie Jean King Cup Finals. Belinda Bencic was overjoyed when Switzerland won the Billie Jean King Cup Finals, admitting that previous year’s sorrow in the tournament had been difficult to digest. Switzerland lost the final against the Russian Tennis Federation a year ago, and Bencic claimed she sobbed as she had never cried before in her tennis career at the Billie Jean King Cup.
Switzerland won this year’s Billie Jean King Cup Finals last week in Glasgow. After Switzerland overcame Australia in the final, Bencic was asked whether the team’s sadness from last year motivated them to go even farther this year.
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“Yes! We were finalists last year and were devastated. I don’t believe I’ve ever sobbed so much in my life. However, in the locker she [Teichma]
I’m really proud of you, “According to the Billie Jean King Cup website, Bencic said.
Bencic: “This is something I will never forget.”
Jil Teichmann beat Storm Sanders 6-3 4-6 6-3 in the first round of the final. Following Teichmann’s triumph in the opening set, Bencic beat Ajla Tomljanovic 6-2 6-1 to earn Switzerland’s victory.
“It was terrifying. I used a lot of energy in Jil’s match since I was trying to push her so hard. Storm was playing well. Jil was incredible; she refused to give up and battled with all she had. I was so impressed that I wanted to replicate it “Bencic said.
Bencic won home the gold medal at the Olympics in Tokyo last year. “For the rest of our life, we shall remember Glasgow.” “Bencic elaborated. Meanwhile, Swiss captain Heinz Guenthardt said that this victory was arguably more sweeter given Switzerland came so close to winning it all last year at the Billie Jean King Cup.
“It’s incredibly tasty. Perhaps it’s even better than last year “Guenthardt said. Bencic has had a lot of success as a Swiss representative. Bencic has won the Billie Jean King Cup, the Olympics, and the Hopman Cup with Switzerland.