Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek commented on her way to the Roland Garros final.
“I am a bit surprised. Before the tournament, I couldn’t imagine that I could play so great. However, I always believed that if I reached the final of the “Helmet”, it would happen at Roland Garros.
I played as I was going to, imagining it was the first lap. I didn’t want to think it was a semi-final, so I didn’t feel the pressure. I played aggressively, as I did in previous meetings.
I feel great, I don’t hurt anything,” – WTA press service quotes Swiatek.
Video: Iga Swiatek reached her first Grand Slam final.
Welcome to the final 👏
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On the way to the final, Iga gave her rivals only 23 games – the fifth result in history.
1. Marie Pierce – 1993, 10 games, final
2 Steffi Graf – 1988, 20 games, title
3. Serena Williams – 2013, 21 Game, Title
4. Chris Evert – 1975, 22 Game, Title
5. Iga Swiatek (Poland) – 2020, 23 games
In the final match, Iga will fight for the title of Roland Garros with American tennis player Sofia Kenin.
Swiatek 1st Polish woman to reach French Open final since 1939 – amazing result.
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