Iga Swiatek one step away from a CLAMOROUS RECORD!

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Iga Swiatek one step away from a CLAMOROUS RECORD!

World number 1 Iga Swiatek continues her unstoppable run in this 2022. The 30th consecutive victory for the Polish tennis player arrived on the Suzanne Lenglen court, who also crushed the American Alison Riske, her second-round opponent at the Roland Garros 2022.

The Montenegrin Danka Kovinic will try to interrupt the stunning winning streak of Swiatek, who also scored the fifteenth bagel of the season (6-0 6-2 victory against Riske). The forced break that pushed her to forfeit in Madrid was, therefore, a panacea for the very young player from Warsaw, absolute dominator of the WTA Tour since Ashleigh Barty left tennis.

After the triumphs in Stuttgart and Rome, nothing seems to be able to stop Iga Swiatek, who increases his (already high) chances of hitting the big target even at Roland Garros.

Iga Swiatek one step away from a CLAMOROUS RECORD!

The escape towards yet another great goal proceeds as best it could for Iga Swiatek. The number 1 in the world took a single bite of both Tsurenko and Riske in the first two rounds of Roland Garros, bringing the winning / losing balance to 30-0.

A mind-boggling result for the Pole, who, together with the final victory, focuses on a super goal in Paris. With the success obtained against the American, in fact, Iga Swiatek has become the fourth ever tennis player to obtain at least 30 consecutive victories on the WTA Tour, finishing behind Justine Henin (third at 32) and Serena Williams (second at 34).

But in the event that she lands the coup by winningthe Roland Garros, the world number 1 would equal the other Williams, Venus, currently the record holder of this special ranking. To Danka Kovinic, therefore, the opportunity to break this spell: the hopes of beating Swiatek, however, are reduced to a flicker for anyone today.

Iga Swiatek is definitely the tennis player of the moment. She and Carlos Alcaraz are the two stars who are likely to dominate the two ATP and WTA Tours in the next decade, and maybe more.