On Wednesday, Alison gave a press conference about her future. The Belgian also announced a new racket deal with Snauwaert, the Belgian racket brand.
“I’m very sad that I won’t be able to play at Roland Garros, but I’m not fully recovered yet”, Ali said. “There is a chance that I will make my comeback on the grass courts of Rosmalen (Netherlands), but it’s uncertain yet.”
“After Wimbledon, I will prepare myself in the United States for the US Open. I want to focus on that one, the rest will follow.”
From now on, Alison plays with a new racket, the Grinta 100 coming from the collection of Snauwaert. “This racket pleases me and I’m sure it will brings me good results”, she laughs.