Key to winning the US Open, according to Iga Swiatek

Iga Swiatek, the current world No. 1, felt good about herself after winning the US Open. In the US Open final, Swiatek, 21, defeated Ons Jabeur 6-2, 7-6 (5) to win her third Grand Slam championship. Swiatek wasn’t particularly impressive before the US Open.

Swiatek struggled in the two events she competed in before the US Open, but she recovered her form at Flushing Meadows and won her second Grand Slam championship of the year. According to the WTA website, Swiatek commented after her victory, “I needed to be calm and concentrate on the goals.”

It’s New York; it’s so chaotic and loud. It absolutely blows my mind, to be honest. I’m so glad I have the mental fortitude to endure it.

Swiatek commends Jabeur

Jabeur and Swiatek currently have a 3-2 head-to-head record.

Jabeur has already lost to Swiatek twice this year. Swiatek triumphed over Jabeur in the WTA 1000 Rome final earlier this year. Swiatek attempted to inspire Jabeur to maintain her composure after preventing her from winning her first Grand Slam championship.

We have a good rivalry, we’ll have many more, and I’m fairly confident you’ll win some of them, Swiatek continued, “Ons – such a wonderful tournament and season.” Swiatek grumbled about the balls used during the North American hard court swing after losing early in Toronto and Cincinnati.

The US Open is the only Grand Slam where the men’s and women’s competitions use different types of balls. Swiatek struggled in Toronto and Cincinnati, but she was still one of the top favorites to win the US Open. However, some people believed that she may drop the first set in New York.

Swiatek had several obstacles on her path to winning the US Open, but she was able to overcome them all to capture her third Grand Slam. Currently, Swiatek has won the US Open and two French Opens.