“The Polish queen of Paris” and “the Mozart of tennis” were two descriptions of Iga Swiatek as her home country toasted its newest sporting star. The 19-year-old’s romp to the French Open title was completed with a 6-4 6-1 victory over Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin in the final on Saturday. Swiatek lost just 28 games in seven matches, a remarkably low tally for any grand slam champion, let alone a player ranked 54 competing in just her seventh major tournament. 💥🙈It's hard to describe how special this day is for me. It's so strange to achieve something that seemed so distant… But yup… It's here – I'm a grand slam...Full Article
‘The Mozart of tennis’ – plaudits pour in for French Open champion Iga Swiatek
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