‘The Mozart of tennis’ – plaudits pour in for French Open champion Iga Swiatek
Sunday, 11 October 2020 ()
“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...
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