“My work could be an inspiration to some people” – Iga Swiatek rejoices at her newfound level in tennis


Iga Swiatek, 20, took the world by surprise by winning 17 straight matches. The pole has performed superbly this year on the hard courts. When Swiatek started the year, she held the No. 8 ranking from where, within a few months, she rose to No. 1 in the world.

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Iga Swiatek is delighted

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Swiatek has just completed his summer double trip and what a trip it has been. She won Indian Wells and the Miami Open in one go. Meanwhile, more joyful news was waiting to knock on his door. As soon as Iga finished her run in Miami, she received the official news of being ranked No. 1 by the WTA. She expressed her feelings by in writing, “It’s official today and I want to give myself, my family, my team and my partners a moment to celebrate it and be happy about it…”

🥇 It’s official today and I want to give myself, my family, my team and my partners a moment to celebrate it and be happy about it…

⤵️ pic.twitter.com/vK4v9NyHFj

— Iga Świątek (@iga_swiatek) April 4, 2022

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Iga is a flag bearer for Poland in tennis, as she is the first Polish player to be ranked No. 1. Although that doesn’t mean she’s a commoner to the rest of the world. She is the first woman to win three Master 1000 titles in one year and the fourth woman to win the The sun doubles. Moreover, the 20-year-old shares a record with world famous players such as Venus Williams and Maria Sharapova.

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Swiatek will take a break

Iga Swiatek pointed out earlier that she wasn’t getting enough rest during the Miami. However, she didn’t make much of it and continued with her game. Now that the Miami Open is over, Iga confessed to her need for rest as she injured her arm due to a long run. Although the injury is not serious, she will have to sideline the upcoming Charleston Open.

March 30, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Iga Swiatek (POL) hits a backhand against Petra Kvitova (CZE)(not pictured) during a women’s quarterfinal match at the Miami Open at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke – USA TODAY Sports

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However, the world No. 1 will soon be back on the clay courts. It won’t be wrong to say that she is going to be a very tough competitor for the others, as she already has a few titles on clay. Plus, she is now playing her best tennis. All we have to do is prepare for some elite matches in the upcoming season.

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