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  1. Iga Świątek
    This thread is intended to discuss Iga's on-court outfits, since it comes up really often. Personally I don't see the big deal, but it's clear some people do care about that. But this topic hijacks the season threads so often that it's becoming just plain annoying. So please, use this thread to...
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    Barty's floor was pretty high. After she started becoming a top player, she rarely got beaten easily. Ever since 2017, she always won at least 5 games in a match :eek: (unless retirement). She also has zero 1r GS losses since 2018. Serena's floor was also pretty high during her dominant...
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    2000: Venus Williams- Wimbledon (9 July 2000) >>>> Silicon Valley Classic (Tier II) (30 July 2000) (22 days) 2001: Jennifer Capriati- Australian Open (15 January 2001) >>>> Charleston (Premier) (16 April 2001) (91 days) 2003: Justine Henin- Roland Garros (26 May 2003) >>>> Southern California...
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    What do you think? In commentating after Rybakina-Ons Wimbledon final, Evert was looking forward to US hardcourt season, with a lot of possible players fighting for titles. She says no one is dominant, including Iga, who she doesn’t consider “dominant dominant”.
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    I'm starting to believe there was some voodoo done there tbh. It's insane what happened to everyone after the finals. Sabalenka: 2021: No.2 in the race, reached no.2 in the world, two slam SFs, wins Madrid and Abu Dhabi, final in Stuttgart, catches covid right before IW (win ratio:45-18) 2022...
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    I personally kinda think her best chance is USO, considering she got to 4th round during her slump was already impressive last year. She could definetly do better this year for sure, but I'm still not convinced how her body will hold up with all that amount of matches and tiredness might kick in...
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    Swiatek is on a history-making winning streak at 32 wins right now after RG 4r, with only 2 sets lost. None of those wins include a grand slam championship, but she only needs 3 more! The following are the people who can stop her, organized from best h2h (in favor of swiatek) to worst...
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    I personally think she will get stressed out in r4 or QF for some reason just like last year. For some reason I see her winning chances for USO as higher to her chances at RG, cause of all new status and pressure now. What do you all think?
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    #1 Swiatek: Asics, Tecnifibre, PZU (multibillion insurance company), Xiaomi, Rolex. FORMER: Red Bull, Lexus Toyota, Nike #2 Krejcikova: Fila, Roko-motor FORMER: Head #3 Badosa: Nike, Wilson, Forcapil (Hair tablets), Kerastase (hair care), Iberdola (electric utility company), La...
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    With Iga coming of age, extending her win streak to 15 matches and steamrolling most of her opponents, she has looked unstoppable of late. While this could change at any moment and she is entitled to throw in a bad match once in a while, right now it looks like Barty would be the only player who...
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    Taking age into account, Gauff certainly accomplished more than most players including Swiatek. However, Gauff recently turned 18 Swiatek won RG 2020 when she was 19 and 4 months Barring any crazy scheduling changes, Wimbledon 2023 will happen when Gauff is about 19 and 3 months ish between...
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    Barty is most likely to not play till Madrid, as she's competing in BJK cup on 15-16 April, and probably won't be able to adjust to time change to play Stuttgart starting on 18th. Till then she has 1600 points dropping (Miami-1000; Charleston-100; Stuttgart-500). She'll be entering Madrid with...
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    I think, Iga is on her way to take control other WTA, she won on medium fast HC in straight sets with big hitters 3 in a row WITH NO DOUBT in her own style, including former champion of Doha Sabalenka, her nemesis Sakkari (big mental challenge passed) and hot spot last months Kontaveit. This...
  14. Iga Świątek
    1. Samsung Open 2019 WTA 250, surface: clay, draw: 32 Apr 08 - Apr 14 Lugano, Switzerland Rank: 115, unseeded Lost Highlights: Full match:
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