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An important message from Iga Christmas before Wimbledon. “I’m aware of it” tennis

Iga Schwetek begins the struggle at Wimbledon on Monday, June 28. Bulka will play Su Wei Hsieh (66th in the WTA rankings) in the first round of the tournament. Tajwanka is a great double player who has won the US Open and Wimbledon doubles.

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¦wi ± tek is not an experienced competitor in Game On the grass pitches. So far, he has played only one match at Wimbledon behind him. In 2019, she lost to Viktorija Golubić in the first round of the tournament. The player herself revealed that there are no high expectations for the upcoming Grand Slam tournament.

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– I don’t put more pressure on myself because I know I have no experience. I’m just trying to learn as much as I can. I just realize I haven’t trained on grass in a long time because I was playing in the Roland Garros doubles final. It’s an important part of the season, but the most important thing for me is learning, not getting any great results. Świątek said at a press conference that the work I will be doing here will produce results in a few years.

If the Pole wins in the first round, she will face either Marie Bozkova or Wiera Zunariwa. The 20-year-old’s likely opponent in the third round is Petra Martic.

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As in previous years, the main candidate for the title is American Serena Williams (8 WTA), who won this tournament seven times. Swiatek is only sixth among the favorites to win at Wimbledon. We will be able to earn up to twelve zlotys when winning for one zloty. Experts assess the chances of the WTA leader in the world rankings higher than her, Australian Ashleigh Barty (6.50 session), Belarusian Arina Sablenka (4th WTA), the Czech Republic’s Petra Kvitova (12th WTA) session 11 and Spain’s Garbine Muguruza ( WTA 13). WTA) Session 11.

It should be noted that in July 2018, Iga ¦wi ± tek won the Wimbledon Junior Championships.