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  1. Iga Świątek
    A thread for interesting and random stats about Iga Swiatek's career. Couldn't find a dedicated thread for this, so I thought I'd make one. Iga is doing very well in WTA 1000 tournaments, not bad company to be in ;)
  2. General Messages
    There's no doubt that Iga's win streak is amazing, historic, and at least a positive light in the current state of the game (which we mostly agree is a little dire atm). Iga will also likely continue her win streak at least a little bit past Venus' count, particularly because she will face...
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    Imagine now, you're a coach, your player is on the worlds' stage preparing to step out on the court against the world number 1, Iga, who's been on a 30+ match winning streak and you've been tasked with formulating a strategy to end it. Bleary eyed, sweating, perhaps even shaking with nerves...
  4. General Messages
    She also talks about Kerber, Zverev and the future of German tennis, and the Azarenka situation as well. Source: 2 part interview with Eurosport
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    Even though Barty has left and Iga is the new #1 and even though Osaka has a glimmer of doing well again, Osaka and Iga are still underneath Barty in # of achievements. Even if we ignore the #1 rankings that got inflated because of Covid... Barty: 3 GS on 3 Different Surfaces, 1 WTA Finals...
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    I've seen a lot of arguments here about it. I personally think she's not. I feel like during AO she has proven that even if she's playing god awful tennis she can pull through even without key weapons on the day like serve or forehand. I would consider Andresscu as the ideal confidence player...
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    Wta number 2 ranking on the line. Based on H2H I’d say Sakkari edges ahead but we saw how tough Swiatek was in this tournament and she broke the mental barrier by winning against Sakkari earlier this year.
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    Some brief analyses of Ash Barty's win over French Open champion, Barbora Krejcikova, and Ons Jabeur's upset of the seventh seed, Iga Swiatek, in the fourth round of Wimbledon.
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    Yes, Aryna Sabalenka won 15 games in row but she didn t beat anyone from top 10. :D Her opponents - Gauff 48, Sorribes Tormo 64, Brady 24, Azarenka 13, Paolini 96, Voegele 116, Dodin 107, Krejcikova 65, Mertens 20, Hercog 49, Tomljanovic 68, Jabeur 31, Rybakina 19, Sakkari 22, Kudermetova 46 :D...
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