When asked about her bagel sets in 2022, Iga Swiatek responds in a humorous manner.

Iga Swiatek, ranked number one in the world, defeated Jule Niemeier 2-6 6-4 6-0 to win her 19th bagel of the year. When asked whether she was aware of her bagel record in 2022 after defeating Niemeier, Swiatek advanced into her first US Open quarterfinal.

In response, Swiatek said she was informed thanks to a Twitter account that bears her name. “I’m informed (smiling). I came across a Twitter account with the name Iga Swiatek Bakery. Swiatek remarked, “That’s quite humorous,” to Reem Abulleil.

Me: You enjoy math, I know that. Do you know how many bagel sets you’ve gotten this year, according to the statistics?

By Iga Swiatek I understand (smiling). I came across a Twitter account with the name Iga Swiatek Bakery. That’s really hilarious. — September 5, 2022 Reem Abulleil (@ReemAbulleil)

Swiatek prioritized consistency over the “correct things.”

Swiatek won 37 straight games earlier this season before falling to Alize Cornet in the Wimbledon third round.

Swiatek agreed that winning streaks and bagels are fantastic after defeating Niemeier, but her primary attention is on much broader issues. Since it was essentially the secret to her streak, she said, “I’m just going to try to focus on the right things and not really think about that.”

This time, I’m going to use the same strategy and concentrate just on the minor details that will serve as my break points and subsequent breaks. Swiatek was down to Niemeier on Monday by a set and a break. But Swiatek was able to pull off a comeback and avoid an unexpected US Open departure.

Swiatek stated, “I’m glad I didn’t give up hope. In the opening set, she was playing quite well. She was difficult for me to push back. I used my experience to maintain the same level throughout the entire match in the second set when I attempted to concentrate on the little things. I’m delighted it worked.

Swiatek will compete against Jessica Pegula in the US Open quarterfinal. Swiatek has a 2-1 head-to-head advantage over American Pegula going into the encounter. Pegula has already been defeated by Swiatek twice this year (Miami, French Open).