Former French Open winner Anastassia Myskina predicts Iga Swiatek’s dominance will end soon “Someone will find the key”

Old Russian World No.2 Anastasia Myskina He was interviewed while playing at an exhibition in Saint Petersburg recently. Among many other issues, the only response he gave to the change in the trend of women’s tennis was a subject to be considered. She told the power play best done by Polish World No.1. Iga Swiatek and how it predicts a change to the top of the rankings soon.

For the uninitiated, Iga Swiatek’s 2022 season is one of the best in recent times. He won 67-9 (88.16%), finished his first game at No. 1 and had a 37-game winning streak (the longest WTA winning streak of the 21st century). She has also won eight titles, including two Grand Slam titles, and currently has 11085 ranking points (more than double anyone else).

Anastassia “predicted some changes, as she said”It seems that the tour is not that predictable. Swiatek – yes, but there are still many girls ready to fight it. Maybe they haven’t found the key yet. The dominance is impressive and I love the way you play“.

Continuing to ponder how the former French Open winner expects other players to come up with new strategies to dethrone the Poles, “He plays interestingly and I love the variety of his shots. Because now the subject is still strong tennis. I like it when players reflect and find something different. So let Swiatek rule for now, but one day someone will find the key.” (Source: we love tennistranslated via google)

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Following the shocking retirement of the 2022 Australian Open champion Ash Barty In March, the WTA tour witnessed an almost “one-woman show” of 21-year-old Polish World No. 1 Iga Swiatek. The 2022 dominance looks like the pinnacle of Serena Williams. He finished the season with 8 singles titles out of 17 games played, including two Grand Slams.

The Polish player exceeded 11000 points this season. The difference between him and the second placed Tunisian Ounce Jabeur is more than the Tunisian’s total points. This difference shows the Poles’ dominance on the tour this season. The record for wins is 67-9 this season.

World No.2 Ounce Jabeur with 2 singles titles this season will have to find a much better strategy in 2023 to deal with the Poles. Out of ounce, World No.3 jessica pegula He will also try to challenge Iga. The 28-year-old US player has 1 WTA title this season. 23-year-old Kazakh- Elena Rybakina he will try to protect his daughter who plays the best on the turf Wimbledon championship next year, despite falling below the top 20 in the rankings.

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Another player to look out for next year will be French World No.4. Caroline Garcia Who won WTA Finals by beating Iga Swiatek on the road this season as well. USA junior Coco Gauff and Japanese old World No.1 Naomi Osaka it will also be charging batteries for a better 2023.

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