2023: WTA 1000 title, French Open doubles final, world No. 4

2023: WTA 1000 title, French Open doubles final

Świątek represented Poland at the ITF World Junior Tennis Finals for 14-and-under girls twice in 2014 and 2015. She won all of her matches in 2014 to lead Poland to a ninth-place finish out of 16 teams. The following year, she helped Poland go undefeated in the round robin stage to reach the semifinals.[12][13] Świątek moved up to the 16-and-under Junior Fed Cup in 2016, where she played alongside Maja Chwalińska and Stefania Rogozińska-Dzik. Poland won the title, defeating the United States 2–1 in the final.






Świątek won both of her rubbers in the final tie, defeating Amanda Anisimova in singles before partnering with Chwalińska to defeat Caty McNally and Claire Liu in the decisive doubles rubber.[83] The last event of Świątek’s junior career was the 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games. Although she lost in the quarterfinals in singles to Clara Burel,[84] she partnered with Slovenian Kaja Juvan to win the gold medal in doubles. In the final they defeated Naito and Sato, who were also Świątek’s opponents in the French Open doubles final earlier in the year.



Iga Natalia Świątek (Polish pronunciation: [ˈiɡa naˈtalʲa ˈɕfʲɔntɛk];[2] born 31 May 2001) is a Polish professional tennis player. She is currently ranked world No. 1 in women’s singles by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). Świątek is a three-time major singles champion, having won the French Open in 2020 and 2022 and the US Open in 2022. She is the first player representing Poland to win a major singles title. She has won a total of 13 WTA Tour-level titles.




Śmiałe 2022: Iga Świątek za mistrzowską postawę na korcie i poza nim



Świątek’s father Tomasz is a retired Olympic rower. As a junior, Świątek was the 2018 French Open girls’ doubles champion alongside Caty McNally and the 2018 Wimbledon girls’ singles champion. Świątek began playing regularly on the WTA Tour in 2019, and entered the top 50 at 18 years old after her maiden WTA final and a fourth-round appearance at the 2019 French Open.



French Open: Iga Świąteks beispiellose Dominanz, Coco Gauffs Tränen - DER  SPIEGEL




During her French Open title run in 2020, Świątek did not lose more than five games in any singles match. She entered the top ten of the WTA rankings for the first time in May 2021 after winning the Italian Open. Following back-to-back WTA 1000 titles in 2022 at Qatar and Indian Wells, Świątek reached a career-high ranking of No. 2 on 21 March 2022. On retirement of world No. 1 Ashleigh Barty, she gained the top ranking on 4 April 2022. She also won another WTA 1000 title in Miami, becoming the fourth woman to win the Sunshine Double. During this time, Świątek accumulated a 37-match winning streak, the longest on the WTA Tour in the 21st century.


Świątek has an all-court playing style. She won the WTA Fan Favorite Shot of the Year in 2019 with a drop shot from the baseline, and was voted WTA Fan Favorite Singles Player of the Year in 2020. She is the 2023 winner of the L’Equipe Champion of Champions and 2023 Polish Sports Personality of the Year.[3] She was also included on Times annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2023.


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