Aranza Osoro: "Today I have to say goodbye to part of my team"
The "Vikinga" says goodbye to Pablo Ayma, her coach since 2018.
— "He was undoubtedly one of the people who most experienced padel on court with me and who put up with my tantrums," Osoro wrote on her social networks.
Argentine player Aranza Osoro has announced her separation from Pablo Ayma, who was her coach for five years.
"Today it's time to say goodbye to a part of my team. Many years shared from which I take great moments and many learnings, undoubtedly one of the people who lived the most padel on court with me and who put up with my tantrums", announced Osoro on her social networks.
The relationship with the Argentine coach had started around 2018, when a young Aranza, 22 years old, put her trust in the hands of her compatriot to start making a breakthrough on the professional circuit.
"Today it's time to make a stop in this career together. As a coach I'm very happy and proud of everything I've lived and achieved so far, and this may not be an end point, maybe in the future our paths will meet again," said Pablo Ayma.
The World Padel Tour Open of Valencia was the last tournament that Ayma and Osoro shared together. The player has not yet announced who will be her new coach.