PAP / EPA / FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA / Pictured: Iga Świątek
At the opening of Wimbledon, Iga sent Taiwanese wiątek Su-Wei Hsieh away. In the second round, her opponent was another Grand Slam champion in doubles. And the Polish woman gave no chance to Wira Zunariwa, who played in the final in the single in London in 2010. The tennis player from Raszyn smashed the Russian 6: 1, 6: 3.
Since the first ball, Śwątek wanted to have the lead on the field. The Polish women were broken in the opening match. He came to him because of Zwonariowa’s foul with a backhand. The Russian woman was looking for a way to become an active tennis player from Raszyn. I tried to play deep balls, but there was a moment in most exchanges where firepower was the best.
Zunariwa got her chances in the fifth game but wasted two break points. The Russian woman made the wrong choices and Swiatek could easily open up the court and easily score points for her experienced opponent. In the fifth inning, Moscow scored three break points with a 0-40 score, but struggled with her backhand and eventually gave the pass. In 5:1 Świątek, the ace got the set ball. The set ended when the Russian delivered another backhand.
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At the opening of the second gig, Zwonariowa made her request with a double mistake. Swiatek continued to set the tone for events on the field. Russian women did better in the exchanges, but it wasn’t enough to cause any problems for the well-behaved Polish women. Raszyn’s tennis player was tempted to break 4:1 with an impressive forehand.
Swiatek served very well and came back, and I have rarely been disappointed with his forehand and backhand strokes. Tennis has been too fast for Zwonariowa. In addition, the Polish woman was also very smart. She was an excellent reader of the game and managed to surprise her opponent not only with strength, but also with good changes in tempo, for example in the form of a slide or lobe. The brave Russian took the breaking point with her final comeback and came 1:5 to 3:5. Her website, however, took a hit. By a double fault she gave Swiątek three matching balls. The tennis player from Raszyn used the second deep return to force a foul.
Swiatek sent four aces in 62 minutes and scored 23 of 30 points with her first pass. She saved three out of four break points, and took five of the 11 breakout opportunities herself. The Polish woman sent 16 last strokes with 14 non-forced errors. Zwonariowa scored 10 straight wins and 16 fouls.
The Russian has won three Grand Slam titles in doubles and two in a combination. In a mixed match she won at Wimbledon 2006. In 2010, she played not only in London in the singles final, but also at the US Open. Russian is the previous runner-up in the singles ranking. It was the 46th performance in a Grand Slam singles event, including the thirteenth show at Wimbledon.
wiątek won the 2018 Wimbledon Junior Championships. In professional tennis, she participated in the London event for the second time. In 2019, she was eliminated in the first round after defeating Switzerland’s Victoria Golubic. Two years later (12 months ago, the tournament did not take place due to the COVID-19 pandemic), the Polish woman returned to London as the Grand Slam champion.
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