Although the French Open is known as an "unpopular hotbed", no one had thought that the Polish teenager Swatek, who played in the professional tour for only the second year, would be born and eventually aspire to this year's women's singles championship. 19-year-old Swatek and 21-year-old Kenning also joined forces to present the youngest Grand Slam women’s singles final lineup since the Australian Open in 2008. The youth storm in the French Open finals is allowing the outside world to witness the balance of women’s tennis power. tilt.
Svartek picked up the Susan Langlen Cup and wrote a story that would amaze and extol the outside world. During the French Open last year, the Polish teenager was just a high school student. While preparing for the game, he also had to prepare for the final exams. He rushed back to Warsaw without stopping after the round of 16 to make up classes. She once viewed the relationship between professional tennis and academics in this way, "If I can score in the top 10 in the world, I will temporarily put aside my studies and work hard to win the Grand Slam championship. But if my ranking is still around 100 within two years , Then I will go back to school.” When the tour was suspended this year, Swatek was still outside the 100th place in the world ranking. She successfully completed high school during this period, and then devoted herself to tennis, creating the most shining moment of her career.
Looking back on the history of Swatek’s victory in the French Open this year, from defeating last year’s runner-up Wanjosova in the first round, then winning streaks of Xie Shuwei, Bouchard, Halep, Trevisan, Podoloska, and easily defeated Kenning in the final. No opponent can get more than 5 games from the Polish teenager. She has not lost a set in the seven games leading up to the peak and only lost 28 games. Regardless of the score or the technical play, Swatek's answers are convincing. The most praised by the outside world is her masculine forehand and balanced technical and tactical system.
Attended the French Open for the first time last year. Swatek was swept by Halep 1-6, 0-6 in the fourth round. She once said, "I was taught a lesson in that game, but I also learned a lot from it." In the fourth round of the French Open this year, Swatek defeated the same 6-1, 6-2 by virtue of an overwhelming offensive advantage. An opponent to lay the foundation for winning. From being swept to sweeping opponents, Swatek attributed this almost all to the improvement of his mentality. “Last year, I was nervous as long as I competed in a big stadium, but now I am completely relaxed.” Although his father is an excellent rower, She represented Poland in the 1988 Seoul Olympics, but when she proposed to her father that she wanted to hire a professional psychologist, she was still opposed, because this is usually the standard for top players such as Nadal. In the end, despite the opposition of his parents, Swatek hired a Polish psychologist since the second half of last year.
去年首次参加法国公开赛。 Swatek在第四轮中被Halep 1-6、0-6横扫。她曾经说过：“我在那个游戏中上了一堂课，但是我从中学到了很多。”在今年的法国公开赛第四轮中，斯瓦特克凭借压倒性的进攻优势击败了同样的6-1、6-2。为对手打下基础。从席卷而来的对手，斯瓦特克几乎都将这归功于他心态的提高。 “去年，只要在一个大型体育场比赛，我就会感到紧张，但现在我完全放松了。”尽管他的父亲是一位出色的划船者，但她代表波兰参加了1988年首尔奥运会，但是当她向父亲提议要聘请专业心理学家时，她仍然反对，因为这通常是纳达尔等顶级运动员的标准。最后，尽管父母的反对，Swatek还是从去年下半年开始聘请了波兰心理学家。
Before the historic Grand Slam final stage, Swatek reminded himself, “Winning is only the result of performance on the court, not the goal.” In the final, facing Australian Open champion Kenning, it was this calmness. The mentality keeps her aggressive from start to finish, focusing on the next point regardless of whether she is leading or being broken. Kenning, who lost one set first, was behind 1-2 in the second set. He changed his clothes and applied for a medical timeout. However, Swatek was not affected. Instead, he played four games in a row and ended up 6-4, 6 1 win the championship.
Swatek joked after winning the championship, “There is a new Grand Slam champion in women’s tennis. This is crazy.” The Pole became the 12th new champion in 15 Grand Slam women’s singles finals in the past four years. . The Spanish star Mugurazza summed up the current situation of women’s tennis in the third round of the French Open after losing to the 57th-ranked American player Collins, “You can get out of any round, some players have never seen it before. The performance is impressive."
Just as Muguraza said, in the women's tennis without a leader, everyone seems to have the opportunity to break out in a grand slam. Such an open competitive landscape has achieved the achievements of Daban Naomi, Kenning, Swatek, etc. The collective rise of the new generation of players. Whether it is veterans such as Serena Williams, or Mesozoic players such as Muguraza, Kobel, Kvitova, etc., have all lost in the competition with the newcomers.
The eight Grand Slams since the 2018 U.S. Open. Except for Wimbledon champion Halep, the remaining seven events are won by young players under the age of 23. Djokovic spoke highly of the emergence of newcomers in women’s tennis.
You want to see some familiar faces, because this will attract audiences and fans to watch tennis. But I think that the emergence of young players is a very good phenomenon. Especially in Grand Slam matches, this is very positive for tennis. "20-year-old Andrescu, 21-year-old Kenning, 22-year-old Naomi Osaka, 19-year-old Swatek... these new forces have quietly completed the transfer of power in women’s tennis. Standing under the spotlight on the stage, a new round of competition is slowly unfolding among them. (Wenhui Sports)
您希望看到一些熟悉的面孔，因为这将吸引观众和粉丝观看网球。但是我认为年轻球员的出现是一个很好的现象。特别是在大满贯比赛中，这对网球非常有利。 “ 20岁的Andrescu，21岁的Kenning，22岁的Naomi Osaka，19岁的Swatek ...这些新力量悄悄地完成了女子网球的权力转移。站在聚光灯下在舞台上，新一轮的比赛正在其中逐步展开（Wenhui Sports）