The Guipuzcoan tennis player, now the World Top 170, has shown her interest in the vitorian tournament, as long as she can by agenda and travel, marked by the Covid, as well as possible tournaments of greater relevance.
The second edition of the international women’s tennis tournament organized by the Peña Vitoriana Tennis Club has confirmed two important news.
On the one hand, its new nomenclature II World Tennis Tour W60 “Araba en Women” in clear allusion to the bet for women’s tennis in the province and the empowerment of a tournament that in 2020 could not be developed by the Covid. The step taken in the ITF escalapron, from $25,000 to $60,000, which is distributed in prizes, will be an attraction for players better placed in the WTA ranking since the tournament adds points as well as international prestige.
After many efforts, the organization wants to count on the presence of the Guipuzcoan tenist Lara Arruabarrena. Currently number 170 in the individual WTA ranking, the player of Tolosa has shown her interest in being present in the capital of Alava between July 12 and 18, provided that her agenda, displacements and limitations Covid, allow it. It would be a great news to have a tennis player with his baggage and international honors, where he stands out the number 52 in the world ranking achieved on July 3, 2017.
Arruabarrena began playing at the age of eight. In 2007 he started competing in the ITF tournaments.
He has won 13 ITF titles ($10,000). In 2012 he won his first WTA title in Bogota; it also has between its four doubles titles and a WTA 125’s.