Paula Badosa will not play the French Open because of a spine injury. She may skip also Wimbeldon

Paula Badosa

There is horrible news from Paula Badosa, who will not be able to compete at the French Open, struggling with a spine injury.

After having issues with injuries and bad form, Badosa has recently been in resurgent form. but will now miss out on the following Grand Slam, which is just days away. She has a stress fracture in one of her vertebrae, according to El Larguero, and will be sidelined for 8 to 12 weeks, possibly missing Wimbledon as a result.

This was her message on social media.

“Just when everything seemed to be fine again, I received bad news just before starting a Grand Slam. At the tournament in Rome I suffered a stress fracture in my spine. It has been very hard news after such a difficult start of the season with injuries.
This is going to keep me out of the competition for some weeks.
Thanks to all of you who are with me no matter what.

I’ll keep you updated”


Paula Badosa in 2023

Paula Badosa

17 - 8win/loss

25 year old
2023 Highlights

Currently ranked no.29, Paula played her last match on the 17th of May when she capitulated to world no.17 Jelena Ostapenko 6-2 4-6 6-3 in the quarter in Rome (draw).

This year Badosa achieved a 17-8 win-loss record. Paula Badosa’s best result of this year was getting to the semifinal in Adelaide.

Badosa's Record