King Felipe VI and the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, have congratulated Garbiñe Muguruza through official accounts on social networks. for having become the first Spanish tennis player to win the ATP Finals, by beating the Estonian Anett Kontaveit in the final by 6-3 and 7-5.
“@GarbiMuguruza is now the 1st Spanish Teacher! Congratulations!”, states the House of HM the King in its message, in which it also points out that with Paula Badosaas a semi-finalist in the tournament held in Guadalajara (Mexico), and with the victory of Carlos Alcaraz in the ‘masters’ for young people “Our present and future generations keep Spanish tennis at the top.”
For his part, Pedro Sánchez exclaims “Bravo, Garbiñe!”, pointing out that she is the “First Spaniard to win the World Tennis Masters Cup after a brilliant match.” and describes him as “an example of strength and determination for all athletes.” “Congratulations on your victory and for making history, @GarbiMuguruza,” she concludes.