Carla Suárez Navarro lived her last months mired in uncertainty, logical fear and a clear certainty: the process would be long, but not endless. And finally the day came to announce it: I’M CURED! “, He communicated on his social networks.
“To all of you, thank you. Each message of encouragement has sent me a lot of strength. Infinite gratitude to all the health workers who take care of us every day,” he added in the message.
After finishing the treatment, the Spanish commented that the Hodgkin lymphoma that she has suffered is history. Another life lesson from a fighter who will now try to put an end to her successful career.
The Canarian, former world number 6, was a seven-time Grand Slam quarter-finalist and world No. 11 in doubles, a specialty in which she won three titles and played the final of the end-of-year Masters with Garbiñe Muguruza.
One more step on this road. Today I finish the treatment and I can say that I have overcome a Hodgkin lymphoma.
To all of you, thank you. Each message of encouragement has brought me a lot of strength. ❤️
Infinite gratitude to all the toilets who take care of us every day. I’M CURED! pic.twitter.com/yk23aZWSId
– Carla Suárez Navarro (@CarlaSuarezNava) April 22, 2021