Iga SwiatekThe current World No. 1 on the WTA Tour has recently come to the fore with harsh statements. The statements were directed at the scandal that emerged recently in the Polish Tennis Federation. Miroslaw Skrzypczynski charged with a history of violence and sexual assault.
The statements were made by the Polish MP. Katarzyna Kotula explanations supported by reports Onet Janusz Schwertner. According to Schwertner’s reports, Skrzypczynski was accused of harassing and attacking female actors, and his demonic acts spread to the players’ families.
Swiatek did not speak in the case for about a fortnight. After processing and understanding all the information, he went to his Twitter account, where he posted his comment in both Polish and English in two separate tweets to reach as many followers as possible. She also provided a hotline number for any victims who urged them not to hide, talk, or reach out to them.
Swiatek’s tweet earned him the love and praise of tennis fans, including former World No. 1 players. Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova. While Navratilova re-shared Swiatek’s tweet, she just added the ‘clap’ emoji, while Evert added a message.
“Read this… well done @iga_swiatek for owning and using your platform to talk about harassment against women in every field, not just tennis… This needs to stop” Evert tweeted.
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Iga Swiatek will be back in action soon
After a highly successful season in which he won 8 titles out of 9 finals, including two Grand Slams, Swiatek is currently taking a break from tennis. But the Pole will be back in action in a few weeks. Swiatek signed up 2022 World Tennis League It is scheduled for December 19-24 in Dubai.
Swiatek will be part of Team Kites it joins Felix Auger – Aliassime, Gael Monfils, Eugenie Bouchardand Sania Mirza. Swiatek is planned to be acquired Arina Sabalenka, Caroline Garciaand Anett Kontaveit to qualify for the finals in the group stages of the exhibition event.
The solid stance of the world number 1 shows the maturity of the 21-year-old player. He has remained true to his promise of support to Ukraine since the outbreak of war on February 24. Swiatek also showed disappointment. He proved his worth as Tour leader not only in ranking but also in action, as other colleagues did not continue to support Ukraine.
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