Iga Swiatek, the world’s number one, has won the Warsaw Open
Iga Swiatek of Poland emerged victorious at the Warsaw Open title on her home court, defeating Germany’s Laura Siegemund with a dominant score of 6-0, 6-1 in the final match.
Swiatek, the World No. 1, took control of the game right from the start and swiftly won the opening set without losing a single game in just 30 minutes. Despite Siegemund trying to take more risks in the second set, she couldn’t effectively respond to Swiatek’s attacks, resulting in the favorite winning nine consecutive games on Sunday.
Although Siegemund managed to hold her service and secure a game in the second set, Swiatek was in excellent form and secured a break to take a commanding lead of 5-1, ultimately closing out the match shortly after.
After the victory, Iga Swiatek expressed the challenges of playing on home soil due to the higher pressure, but she was proud to showcase her experience and mental strength in front of the home crowd.
In the doubles final, there was no double victory for the Polish fans as Weronika Falkowska and Katarzyna Piter lost 6-4, 6-4 to Heather Watson of Britain and Yanina Wickmayer of Belgium.