Taking advantage of the fact that José Mota’s New Year’s Eve Special is number 1 in audiences, they wanted to send a message against machismo. The sport is still captained by the male sex, although little by little women begin to have more prominence. Garbiñe Muguruza , one of the best Spanish tennis players, joined a sketch to denounce the constant machismo that women endure in interviews or press conferences.
Men are not questioned about beauty, care routines or when to have a family; on the other hand, these questions are usually the usual ones in females, although the important thing is that they have just won a Roland Garros. There is no doubt that Garbiñe Muguruza has happened on more than one occasion and perfectly reflected the feeling of helplessness that is felt to see your effort in the background.
A clear example of the inferiority of women in sports was when tennis player Eugenie Bochard gave an interview after winning an Australian Open match in 2015. The interviewer asked him to take a walk to see how his clothes were, instead of analyzing his match. Can we imagine that they ask that of a soccer player? Women, in whatever field, are not mannequins.
No athlete man is qualified for his private life, it would be striking to read “Shakira’s husband” instead of Piqué. However, the other way around we see something common. That is why Garbiñe took a step forward and raised his voice so that in this 2018 this type of comments cease.
Garbiñe Muguruza, champion against the Williams
The tennis player with birth in Venezuela, has Spanish nationality and is with which she has played their championships. Garbiñe has numerous titles and during September 11 and October 9, 2017 was ranked as the No. 1 tennis player in the WTA ranking.
He has been able to defeat the Williams sisters in two individual competitions (2016 and 2017) of the Grand Slam, has 10 WTA Titles (5 singles and 5 doubles) and participated in the 2016 Olympic Games.
A few days ago she was forced to retire in the second round of Brisbane, against Aleksandra Krunic, because of some cramps. Even with the unfavorable prognosis, Garbiñe Muguruza did not want to be almost two weeks without playing before the Australian Open, so he convinced his coach to make the request to play in the Sydney tournament.
Logically, the organization accepted his proposal and will return in what will be his second participation.” I’m happy to play in Sydney. The invitation is an opportunity to get back on track and play more games before the first ‘Grand Slam’ of the year, “commented the Spanish tennis player.