I am glad to say that 2021 was much better than 2020 in the tennis world, although we are still very much feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, I can’t say that 2022 will bring a corona-free tennis experience, as we’re entering the new year surrounded by news about vaccination, infected players, and overall another stressful organization of the Australian Swing.
When it comes to Women’s Tennis Blog, 2021 was a good year overall. I enjoyed writing and interacting with my readers, I didn’t face many technical problems, and traffic numbers recovered after the disastrous 2020.
At the start of the year, I started sending out WTA news wrap-ups every few days to my email subscribers. So, if you want to get Women’s Tennis Blog updates to your inbox, you can subscribe here.
Towards the end of the year, I welcomed a new guest blogger to my team and I’m very excited about that cooperation. As you may have noticed, Yaseen Hijazi is now contributing once a week. He helps add a new voice to Women’s Tennis Blog, enriches the content, and broadens the range of topics we cover.
Thank you for being with Women’s Tennis Blog through all these years. I am grateful for having very supportive, kind, and respectful readers. The community here is the most valuable thing. Not a lot of you are active in the comments, but I know that a lot of people are regularly involved with my articles. Whenever I ask for some information or I make a mistake, my readers are there to help.
I am wishing you all a peaceful, harmonious and successful 2022, filled with love and good health. When it comes to the WTA tour, we can only hope that 2022 will have minimum disruptions, but I think we can expect it to be smoother than 2021.
Tell me in the comments below, how was your 2021?
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