Iga Swiatek has actually signed up with Serena Williams, Steffi Graf as well as Martina Hingis on an extremely exclusive list as she is simply the 4th gamer in WTA background to invest 50 successive weeks on top place in her initial job as No 1. On April fourth, Swiatek came to be the globe No 1 for the very first time in her profession.
Since after that, Swiatek has actually been rated at No 1 as this Monday she struck the 50th successive week on top place. The initially to do it was Graf, that invested 186 successive weeks when she initially got to the No 1 place. The beside do it was Hingis, that was rated at No 1 for 80 successive weeks.
When Williams initially arrived place in 2002 July, she invested the following 57 weeks on top place. Two years later on, Swiatek struck the wonderful milestone as well as signed up with the similarity Williams, Graf as well asHingis
Swiatek on handling the substantial stress, assumptions
When Swiatek was a little woman, she really did not actually think that it was feasible for her to be No 1 someday.
“Because I believed it was not feasible. It’s something that is so over my assumptions. It’s a location where any individual wishes to be. But without a doubt, it includes a great deal of stress as well as assumptions,” Swiatek said during her pre-tournament press conference in Indian Wells.
Now that Swiatek is considered the best player in the women’s game, she has come to the realization that every time she does not win a title people regard her result as not good enough. “After Doha and Dubai, I felt it pretty strongly.
Because I won a WTA 500 and was in the final of a 1000 — it was like a small streak of matches that were pretty solid and I was really composed. But, still, I lost in the final and people were, I don’t know, surprised, not happy with the performance, just critical.
And it made me think that last year before this huge streak and before winning all these tournaments I would be so happy with this result. But with all these comments right now, I felt like, ‘Ooooh, that’s not enough,'” Swiatek discussed.
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