Simona Halep will take the positives from a “passionate” rollercoaster year in which she asserted her first great pummel title at the French Open.
The Romanian began and finished 2018 as the world number one and, at Roland Garros, belatedly finished her sit tight for a noteworthy triumph after three past conclusive thrashings – including at the Australian Open in January.
Annihilation to Caroline Wozniacki in Melbourne was not by any means the only wellspring of dissatisfaction for Halep, be that as it may, as she smashed out right on time at Wimbledon and the US Open, before missing the WTA Finals with back damage.
Be that as it may, Halep is wanting to concentrate on the high purposes of the previous a year as she thinks about her season.
“When I lost the last in Melbourne, it was difficult to return more grounded. Be that as it may, what implied a considerable measure is that I returned more grounded and could win my first great hammer title.
“I need to take it as is it: think back and take the positives from this year. I’m number one on the planet, so it implies a great deal to me and gives me certainty to proceed.”