Iga Świątek didn’t achieve a great result in the WTA 500 in Melbourne, but she doesn’t intend to despair about it. “ Step by step, I will act ” – the recognized champion Roland Garrosa 2020.

As part of the Gippsland Trophy, Iga Świątek played two-way duels. In the second round, she turned the game around and defeated her friend from Slovenia, Caja Jovan 2: 6, 6: 2, 6: 1. However, in the 1/8 finals, the pole was unable to confront Ekaterina Alexandru and finally lost 4: 6, 2: 6.

For the 19-year-old from Razin, it was the first tournament since a big victory at Roland Garros in 2020. The Polish woman was back in competition after a four-month hiatus, so not everything in her game looked right. Our tennis player knows that well. She spoke on social media about the match against the Russian player on Wednesday.

“A few sentences about yesterday’s game … It’s not always colorful, and this match will definitely stay with me as an important lesson. Sometimes you know exactly what and how to do it, but when you get on the field you feel nervous and tense. Step by step, I’ll work” – she wrote.

Swiatek will now participate in the Australian Open major tournament 2021, where it will be ranked. The lottery will be drawn on Friday.