Iga Swiatek is “showing off her progress in greatness,” according to Andy Roddick, who was inspired by the Pole’s capacity to overcome all odds and win the US Open. Swiatek suffered consecutive round-of-16 losses in Toronto and Cincinnati before to the US Open.
Prior to the US Open, Swiatek appeared to be having difficulty with her game. She also expressed frustration with the balls used during the North American hard court swing. Swiatek won seven consecutive wins to earn her maiden US Open title after coming in New York this summer with a 2-2 record on hard courts.
Roddick tweeted, “@iga swiatek is showing off her growth in excellence.” “She didn’t particularly enjoy the conditions or balls, and she wasn’t at her best until this slam. Problem still fixed, and she performed at her peak for the final.
a successful year that has been enjoyable to observe. Thanks, Iga!”
Swiatek was “surprised and proud” of her performance.
Swiatek acknowledged that she felt astonished and proud after defeating Ons Jabeur to win her first US Open title.
It’s definitely something I wasn’t anticipating. It also serves as further proof for me that the sky is the limit. Swiatek remarked after winning the US Open, “I’m proud, also surprised [a] little bit, just glad that I was able to do that.
Swiatek believed that her success in the US Open was a result of her ability to remain focused on her objectives. I had to maintain my composure and concentrate on my objectives, Swiatek remarked. 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 now owns three Grand Slam championships. In the Open Era, Swiatek is the seventh player to achieve three Grand Slam victories before turning 22.