“I can feel that I have nothing to lose and I will give my best” – Iga Swiatek gives details of his game plan ahead of the title clash in Doha

Iga Swiatek
Iga Swiatek

Iga Swiatek will be looking to end the title drought when she takes over Anett Kontaveit in the summit clash of WTA Qatar Open. After her dream run at Roland Garros in 2020, Pole struggles with controversies and has won only one title since.

But Pole has found her rhythm and has had an stellar 2022 season so far, she’s reached the semi-finals of the WTA Adelaide International and Australian Open. On the way to the final in Doha, Swiatek beat the world No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka and had a four-game losing streak against Maria Sakkari. She is the only WTA player to reach the semi-finals of two important tournaments to date, the Australian Open and the Qatar Open.

Swiatek has noted her dramatic change to change her playstyle and mindset. She said that having an aggressive mindset and hitting risky shots worked well and helped her play more freely.

“You know, these are the things that sometimes you can’t really see because it’s all about feeling. I can, you know, feel like I’m holding my hand a little bit, I’m not really letting go. Right now, I have more moments when I can feel like I have nothing to lose and I will do my best. Actually, you know, I really didn’t want to take the risk before, because I didn’t want to. the type of player that just shoots the ball and we’ll see if it goes in or out,” she speaks.

“This really makes my matches easier“- Iga Swiatek on having a positive mindset

Iga Swiatek
Iga Swiatek

Swiatek who is known for his clay court prowess is slowly becoming a force to be reckoned with on the hard court. In fact, she was the only player to reach the second week of all Grand Slams last year, demonstrating her consistency across all surfaces. Swiatek revealed she had to switch to a faster paced playstyle to improve herself and stay on par with other top players.

“I want to always be sure and be the kind of clay player who will play topspin and deep, but really, tennis is getting faster and faster right now. You can see that in tournaments. “You know, the players that attack and take the lead will win. I also want to learn how to do it. They basically convinced me to do it, because at first, yeah, I had the attitude of, Hey, I’m happy with my solid game, you know. But this really makes my matches easier, so I don’t know why I’m being so stubborn! ” she added.

Also read: Anett Kontaveit continues his excellent form and expands the record after reaching the Qatar Open final 2022

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