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Iga Swedek cannot celebrate a birthday.  "It's always hard" Tennis

Iga Swedek cannot celebrate a birthday. “It’s always hard” Tennis

Iga Świątek (WTA 1.) is already in the quarterfinals of the Grand Slam Roland Garros. On Monday, he defeated China’s Kinwen Zheng (WTA 74th) 6: 7, 6: 0, 6: 2 in the 1/8 final. On Tuesday, however, he celebrates his birthday, however there is no question of a big party because there is no time for it during the match.

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“It’s always hard to celebrate when you’re in the middle of a match.”

“Winning my fourth round match at the French Open on Monday was an early birthday gift – I’m 21 years old on Tuesday. It’s always hard to celebrate when you’ve been in the middle of a match, but I believe it’s time to do something on my holiday.” – Swidek writes in his column for the BBC.

SwiTech won again. The experts were delighted. “Competitions are won by such contests”

The 21-year-old reiterated his best wishes for a few days’ rest during the post-match conference. “I never plan for my birthday – it’s not like I’m throwing a party in the dressing room! I hope I’re having a good rest. But I’m heard something good about my team – so let’s see.”

The world’s first scam did not hide the fact that he wants to watch the match between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic live, but he must be focused and regular during his own match. He will watch the meeting on TV. But as always, I will support Rafael – the Polish tennis player who never fails to mention the huge impact that Nadal’s trophies have had on him.

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“I recently went to Rafa’s academy in Mallorca, where I saw all of his trophies in the museum he owns. I was amazed to see everything else like the trophies he won in Monte Carlo and in Rome.There are so many of them! – says the winner of four WTA tournaments this year.

– It was amazing to see the consistency he had in his life, and it was so inspiring to see all his trophies – said Iga Swidek, who is battling for his second Grand Slam title in Paris. In the quarterfinals he faces Jessica Begula. The tournament for tennis players is scheduled for Wednesday.