TPI Fitness Helps A Tennis Pro Jump To #5 In The Rankings
On the other side of the globe, Domika Cibulkova hoisted the trophy in the final official WTA event of the year. It wasn’t a huge surprise, as Cibulkova is a solid player. She’s made the quarterfinals of every Grand Slam event, reaching the finals at the 2014 Australian Open. It’s been a combination of nerves and inconsistency that’s been the issue for her. She’s never been able to put seven straight exemplary matches together to win a major.
But this weekend’s victory in Singapore is one she’s relishing. The 27-year-old Slovakian used a brilliant strategy to take down top-ranked Angelique Kerber in a straight-set win that lasted only 1 hour, 16 minutes.
27 is not young in the world of tennis. Generally, the best years are in the rearview mirror by that time, but Cibulkova has maintained her abilities using TPI Fitness. The work on her core has allowed her to keep ripping forehands and backhands by her opponents at this stage of her career. On Sunday, she delivered on 83% of her first serves, and really backed Kerber up with speed and placement.
If she continues on her path of TPI Fitness, who knows how far she can go? Nearly speechless during her on-court interview after she beat Kerber, she said, “I have no words.” But she can definitely speak to the effectiveness of TPI Fitness.
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