Iga Świątek apologized to her family. A surprising scene after the success in Qatar

Iga Świątek apologized to her family.  A surprising scene after the success in Qatar

Iga Świątek won the WTA 1000 in Doha for the third time in a row. After receiving the award, the Pole “took over” the microphone in her own style, including: apologizing to his family.

Saturday's final in Qatar could satisfy even the most grumpy fan in terms of emotions. Jelena Rybakina and Iga Świątek created a spectacle that had long parts to watch with bated breath. Ultimately, after over two hours of fighting, the Pole triumphed, winning the WTA 1000 tournament in Doha for the third time.

After her success, the WTA ranking leader… apologized to her family

Świątek was very happy after winning the battle with Rybakina. Kazazka still has a favorable balance of games against the Pole (3:2), but such victories make us believe that even with such an uncomfortable opponent, we can fight with positive results.

After winning, the winner of the tournament in Doha smiled and thanked her staff for their support, complimented her opponent, and also spoke about her own family. Świątek traditionally in front of the microphone, that is: optimistic, a little chaotic, but definitely from the heart.

– I would like to thank my team very much. They know when a particular element of their work made a difference in my game. Without them I would be completely lost. We will keep working to play even better. I'm really grateful to have you. I also apologize to my family for not talking to you for the past nine days. Now I will definitely call! – Świątek admitted with a smile after her success in Qatar.

Looking at the result of the final, the apology from the family was certainly accepted.

Iga Świątek and all her championship titles

The Pole has won eighteen tournaments in her career so far. Świątek won four Grand Slams, three times at Roland Garros (2020, 2022 and 2023) and once at the US Open (2022). To this should be added the prestigious triumph in the WTA Finals (2023).

In addition, wins in WTA 1000 tournaments in: Rome (2021, 2022), Doha (2022 and 2024), Indian Wells (2022), Miami (2022) and Beijing (2023). The list also includes WTA 500 competitions: Adelaide (2021), Stuttgart (2022 and 2023), San Diego (2022) and the aforementioned Doha (2023). Plus a Polish accent, WTA 250 in Warsaw (2023).

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