María Camila Osorio announced that her preseason will start in Hobart, Australia

The 2023 season of the cucuteña will start in good shape with his participation in the Australian Open 2023, a competition from which he said goodbye losing all the matches in each modality in 2022. Reuters

After turning 21 on December 21, the Colombian tennis player Maria Camila Osorio Serrano is very clear that the goal of the 2023 season is to cut positions in the WTA ranking and get a new title, taking into account that It will soon be two years since the Colsanitas Cup was won in Bogotá.

The 2023 season of the cucuteña will start in good shape with its participation in the Australian Open 2023, a competition of which he said goodbye losing all the matches in each modality in 2022.

With an eye on improving his performance and adding titles to his record, Osorio Serrano confirmed this Wednesday, January 4, that he will begin his career at the Open of Hobart (Australia). The Colombian shared a video on her Twitter account in which she is seen training at the headquarters of this WTA 250 level tournament and that will go from January 9 to 14 at the Hobart International Tennis Center.

This is how María Camila referred to the situation in the trill published around 3:00 am Colombian time:

Happy to be back to play!!! We start in Hobart 😄🇦🇺 From the hand of God we go with all this 2023 💪🏻💥

The tennis player from Cucuta has in mind to improve her preparation for the Australian Open 2023, her first Grand Slam of the season / (Twitter: @CamiOsorioTenis)

It should be noted that the best position in the WTA ranking that María Camila ever obtained was 33, during the 2021 women’s tennis season, when she was only 19 years old. The 2021 Colsanitas Cup champion seeks to add good results to climb positions and improve her status in the highest women’s circuit.

On the other hand, Osorio is the second Colombian to play in the Hobart tournament, after the 2007 season from Pereira Catherine Brown he will reach the quarterfinals defeating the Italian Roberta Vinci in his debut (6-3 and 6-4); she leaving Mara Santangelo (6-3 and 6-2) on the road; and falling in her third participation against the Russian Vasilisa Bardina (6-3, 2-6 and 5-7).

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Osorio Serrano had an intermittent last year due to the constant injuries that made her lower her level from May to date.

Before that, the 20-year-old from Cucuteña achieved a runner-up in the WTA 250 of Monterrey on March 6. In his hands was the match point decisive to stay with the Mexican open, but suffered the comeback of his Canadian counterpart Leylah Fernandezwho finally defeated her with partials of 7(7)-6(5), 4-6 and 6(3)-7(7).

After his participation in Monterrey, Osorio traveled to Bogotá to try to defend his title in the Colsanitas Cup 2022. In the Colombian competition, she could only settle for qualifying for the semifinals, an instance in which she was eliminated by the Brazilian Laura Pigossi.

After that championship, María Camila suffered eliminations from the Rome Open, Roland Garros, Nottingham, Birmingham, Eastbourne, Wimbledon, US Open, among others.

The first and most recent participation of the nortesantanderean in the Australian Open dates back to January 16, 2022 when she was eliminated against the Japanese Naomi Osaka in first round.

On January 19, she was eliminated along with the French Clara Burell in the women’s doubles category and on the 20th he suffered the same misfortune in mixed doubles making a pair with Valle del Cauca Juan Sebastian Cabal.

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