Iga Swiatek after the victory from Rome: "I'm proud of myself"



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Iga Swiatek after the victory from Rome: "I'm proud of myself"

The magical streak of consecutive victories of world number one Iga Swiatek continues. The Polish champion wins her 28th consecutive victory and confirms herself as champion at the Internazionali d'Italia in Rome. The Pole was moved after the final against Jabeur and she spoke like this at the press conference: "I am proud of myself, at the beginning of the tournament she was not sure if I could continue the positive streak but I am happy that everything went well and I I am only focused on positive things and so that I could achieve success.

How do i feel? I can't explain it, it's hard to describe this, I'm winning several consecutive tournaments and it's incredible. I want to continue on this path and am happy to maintain a solid and worry-free game.

Last year in this period was tough, this year is already different and I can only say that I am proud of myself. After the match point I felt a great relief, I knew that today was not an easy challenge.

Iga Swiatek after the victory from Rome: "I'm proud of myself"

In the second set I suffered more and Ons wanted to do well but in the end I took the victory home.

My reaction after winning the title was exciting. Roland Garros? I don't want pressure, I think I will do as I have done here, I will play match after match and I will do that throughout the next tournaments. The pressure is easier to bear than in the past, and I am gaining experience in all of this.

Is it fun to win five titles in a row? Of course yes (laughs). In the last two matches I felt solid and I felt that my game was excellent." The tennis player then continued about her winning streak: "How long will the winning streak last? Good question, I don't think anyone really knows.

I don't know why at one point Ons played several dropshots and I didn't know how to move, she is anyway. a very nice tennis player and brings in the atmosphere in the WTA Tour."