By | June 5, 2022

PARIS Paris Iga Swiatek hasn’t lost since February and is certainly unbeatable right now. She is a two-time winner at the French Open.

Slam final

Coco Gauff who was an opponent in the first Grand Slam final at just 18 years old, never got a chance, as were all the other players facing Swiatek lately.

The highest ranking Swiatek won against Gauff 6-1, 7-6, in the semi-final match of Roland Garros on Saturday, securing her the 2020 trophy as well as the streak of her wins to 35 matches.

Swiatek’s streak of undefeated runs is identical to one that was recorded by Venus Williams in 2000 as the longest run of the century.

champion

Swiatek was the champion of six of her last tournaments and is 42-3 for the season.

She’s been hailed as a undisputed tennis star and has also won the tennis championship is awe-inspiring, with a staggering 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams playing for more than one year, with Ash Barty.

three-time major champion, has announced that in the month of March that she’s going to quit at age 25 and surrender her. 1 ranking.

This allowed Swiatek to move to the top in WTA and has proved she’s an outstanding member of the WTA. The last loss she suffered was in February. It was year of Roland Garros champion Jelena Ostapenko.

Played

Swiatek is a player who is able to be played on any surface however her biggest wins to date have been in red clay.

On the day that was the warmest during the event, it reached at 82 points Fahrenheit (28 Celsius), and even though the forecast for the day predicted storms.

There were only some white clouds on the blue skies over the court of Philippe Chartrier at the outset.

Gauff didn’t get off to the most positive of starts. There was a nervousness in the beginning that is to be expected from any player making the beginning of their career at this level.

The person on the other side of the net definitely had a lot of involvement with how things turned out.

Double-faultedand

Swiatek broke serve out of the gate, with lots of help from Gauff. He played a forehand in the net, double-faultedand eliciting a few sighs of “Awwwww” from a supportive crowd. He then threw an unforced forehand into the net and then drove another forehand over.

The forehand of Gauff’s work in progress was not good enough. her, she was injured again and was able to lead by 3-0 within 15 minutes. The score soon was 4-0 to Swiatek’s advantage.

Swiatek is a player who can be played on all surfaces and her most memorable wins thus far have been achieved with red clay.

The day that was the hottest during the event, it reached at 82 points Fahrenheit (28 Celsius), and although the forecast was for thunderstorms, there were few white clouds on the blue skies over the court of Philippe Chartrier at the outset.

Gauff was not off to the most positive of beginnings, with a nervousness in the beginning which is understandable from any player making his debut at this stage.

The person on the other side certainly was a major factor with how things turned out.

The beginning

Swiatek broke serve from the beginning, and with lots of help from Gauff. He threw his forehand in the net, then double-faultedand eliciting a few sighs of “Awwwww” from a supportive crowd. He then threw one of his forehands into the net, then pushed another forehand over.

The forehand of Gauff’s work in progress was not good enough. her once more, she was injured again and was swept out to be trailing 3-1 after only 15 minutes. In no time, the score was 4-0 to Swiatek’s advantage.

It’s not always the case however, typically, the fans are at Roland Garros tend to offer their assistance to the underdogs as well as to any player that is in the lead in a specific match. The same is true of Gauff.

Thus, there was a flood of cries that included “Allez, Coco!” There were repeated shouts that chanted her two-syllable debut name. One fan shouted “Coco, you can do it!”

When Gauff made it to the board, holding to 4-1, the cheers and roars were appropriate for the taking of an entire set, not just one game.

Gauff

When it appeared that things were going her way Gauff, she slapped her thigh or shut her eyes, shaken her head, or turned at her parents from the stands. She did not to compromise or renounce anything.

Gauff started in the 2nd set, taking out Swiatek for the sole time and taking a hold to make it two sets to. Could this be now an even more competitive match? Will Gauff be able help push Swiatek to the third set?

No. Swiatek swiftly recalibrated her position and reestablished herself, only to break back to make it 2-all when Gauff’s tendency for miscues resurfaced.

Swiatek isn’t just winning, but also easily and has already accumulated 16 sets in the score of 6-0 in 2022, and it’s just early June.

Casper Ruud

Only Polish player to have won the Grand Slam singles trophy, Swiatek achieves this feat with an enticing topspin and powerful forehand exactly as someone she admires the 13-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal who will take on Casper Ruud in the men’s final on Sunday.

It’s an all-court match, brimming with variety, and a fondness of making the right moves before the point. Similar to a chess master that she is.

There are other qualities that Swiatek has in addition, like good footwork, which lets her play defense when it is needed.

Another factor that contributes to her presence and rapidly growing presence and confidence is her calmness on the court. She’s travelled with a sports psychologist who was in her VIP box this past Saturday and is working on various aspects of her personal and professional lives.

This includes a focus on staying focused and setting priorities, for example, the fact that she’s still a novice in the whole process of trying to achieve Grand Slam titles that she thought it was better not to go to the Champions League soccer final in Paris this past weekend. This is something Nadal did.

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