Swiatek opens up on embracing weakness: “I am only human and sometimes people forget that”

Swiatek opens up on embracing weakness

World No.1 Iga Swiatek recently gave some insight into the importance of embracing her weakness, as most people expect her to always win.





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After missing the Miami Open due to a rib injury, Swiatek has been ramping up her preparations for the European clay-court season. The Polish star opened up about some aspects of her life, particularly her weaknesses, in an interview with Twoj Styl magazineFurthermore, the reigning French Open champion revealed she gets criticized for shedding tears after a loss, but believes that should be seen as normal as screaming in joy after a victory


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“When I scream for joy, it’s normal for people, and when I cry after a defeat, it always raises controversial opinions,” admitted the 21-year old. “And both are just human behavior. It is part of my life and everyone’s life.”


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