Always remembering the origins is a quality of the greats. Nadia Podoroska has it, of course. It was well endorsed when the president of the Fisherton Club, Sergio Trivella, told anecdotes of the Peque and what it represents for the institution.
“The club is 150 years old and this is a great gift, even since last week. Many people talk to me with emotion because we have a lot of history in tennis. We are very proud of who she is because her time at the club was not something like that. “said the boss of the neighborhood entity where the former hockey player also emerged Luciana Aymar, in the radio program “Super Deportivo” of radio Villa Trinidad.
In addition to ensuring that Nadia’s thing is “a breath of fresh air” for the club at the hard time experienced by the coronavirus pandemic, Trivella has in mind a special award for Peque. “We’ll see what we can do. The club’s hockey field is called Lucha Aymar, let’s see what can be done with Nadia to grant her something similar, a plaque, we would like to make an exhibition, “he said.
Finally, and after thanking Rosario for the great effort and commitment that Rosario has with the club, she told a story that paints her full-length who will be in the top 50 from next Monday: “As a child, she injured one of her knees but never stopped playing. She sat on a chair and they threw balls at her so that she hit and thus not miss a beat. Later, at the age of 14, at the club not even the best teachers could beat him. “