Iga Swiatek clarifies one issue after Camila Osorio was defeated at the Australian Open.

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Despite the outcome seemed to indicate otherwise, world No. 1 Iga Swiatek believed Camila Osorio was a very difficult opponent. Wednesday saw Swiatek advance to the third round of the Australian Open by defeating 84th-ranked Osorio 6-2, 6-3.

“It was extremely tense and physically demanding. I believe the difficulty was considerably higher than the score indicates “Per the WTA website, Swiatek stated following the contest. Swiatek and Osorio, who are both 21 years old, played their first game against one another.

“I am confident that [Osorio] will fight to the bitter end and that she will not offer anything up for free. She also made some wise choices. The most important thing to me is that I was strong, so I’m really satisfied about that “Swiatek threw in.

Osorio was defeated by Swiatek in two sets.

Swiatek made a strong start to the game, capturing back-to-back breaks to take a 4-0 lead right away. Swiatek and Osorio traded two breaks over the remaining portion of the set, which the Pole eventually won 6-2.

Swiatek took the second set after winning the first set by saving a break point in the opening game and then breaking twice in the fourth and sixth games to take a 5-1 lead. In the seventh game, Swiatek was unable to serve out the match, but he succeeded in doing so in the ninth game.

Swiatek scrawled “Sushi or steak tonight?” on the camera lens after the game. “Since I was already considering the game yesterday, tonight’s free evening will undoubtedly be much nicer. I’m going to make an effort to enjoy it.

I might have a wonderful meal tonight because I’ve been eating sushi all week and I can’t stand to look at it, “said Swiatek. Swiatek faces Cristina Bucsa in the third round of the Australian Open. When they meet at Melbourne Park, Swiatek and Bucsa will be getting to know each other for the first time.