The following is a list of the most recent and relevant articles. Iga Swiatek, No. 1 women’s player in On Sunday night it looked like the usual business.
Swiatek is a four-time Grand Slam winner at After all, 22 was the reigning U.S. Open Champion, and prior to her match against Ostapenko she had not lost a single set. at This tournament is a great way to get involved in the sport.
Swiatek can often cruise through matches but Ostapenko, on the other hand, has proven to be a little bit of a pain. in She is on her side. Ostapenko is undefeated in four matches against Swiatek. She won 3-6, 6-1, 6-6 on Sunday.1.
The match changed in the second set. Ostapenko started to gain control. Ostapenko was able to even things out at Swiatek appeared to be uncomfortable with a match each.
Swiatek looked at her as she struggled at her box, appearing to ask for some sort of advice to contend with Ostapenko’s surge. Her coach, Tomasz Wiktorowski, didn’t seem to have an answer for her, and Swiatek sarcastically clapped toward her box, as if to convey thank you for nothing.
Ostapenko remained unwavering throughout the entire third set. “I had to be aggressive because that’s what she doesn’t really like,” Ostapenko said in An on-court interview following the match. “I was just fighting until the very last point.”
Coco Gauff is the American seeded at No. 6, in a quarterfinal on Tuesday. Gauff has also recently figured how to defeat Swiatek. in The Western and Southern Open semifinals in Ohio last month.
Ostapenko vs Gauff has been played twice. at Ostapenko defeated Gauff in the Australian Open in Straight sets in The round of 16 begins. Gauff has won their previous match in 2019.
“It was a tough match,” Ostapenko spoke about her Australian Open match with Gauff in the early part of this year. (*1*)
Swiatek is now gone. in the way, the U.S. Open women’s singles draw opens up much more widely. Ostapenko has a much easier path to the U.S. Open women’s singles final than Gauff, Jessica Pegula and Ons Jabeur.
Gauff is ready for Ostapenko, whom she described on Sunday as a hard hitter ahead of Ostapenko’s victory.
“With Jelena, she’s a striker, ball-striker. I lost to her in Australian Open this year. She’s hot or cold, to be honest,” Gauff said.
The winner of Ostapenko-Gauff will play the winner in a quarterfinal between Soranacirstea and Karolina Manyova in The semifinals. Cirstea from Romania has reached the quarterfinals by beating Belinda Bencic on Sunday. Muchova was a finalist at this year’s French Open, made it to the quarterfinals having only dropped one set in Four matches
Ostapenko is focusing on Gauff for now. She believes that he will be a tough opponent.
“I will try to focus on myself and enjoy it,” Ostapenko said. “It’s great to be in quarterfinals, especially here in New York.”