Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek managed to confirm the title of the WTA 500 series in Stuttgart, like last year against the runner-up Aryna Sabalenka. This would lead to a big and tough win against him, defeating him in a stunning match in two sets (6-3, 6-4) after 1 hour and 51 minutes of match.
Every Swiatek He was facing the second final of the series WTA Stuttgart after playing a great tournament that eliminated great tennis players without many complications. What comes to Sabalenka also came by eliminating great tennis players without major complications, showing great tennis, except for the match against Spain’s Badosa, which he had to suffer and fight to get through the game.
Swiatek very strongly leads the scoreboard
The first set of the match between Swiatek and Sabalenka promised to be a great confrontation between the world number one and two. Both players started at a high level of play and fought for every point with great intensity. In the second game of the match, Swiatek would have the first opportunity to break, but Sabalenka managed to save her and hold her serve. The match would continue to be incredibly even, with very long games and points between the two players.
As the set progressed, Swiatek started to improve and in the eighth game he managed to get two more break opportunities, but was unable to capitalize on them. However, on the third try The Pole got a break and took a 5-3 lead. Swiatek ended the first set with his serve, I scored 6-3 in their favor. It was a very tight and exciting match with both players playing at a high level.
Swiatek steps on the gas pedal and is crowned in Stuttgart
The second set of the match between Swiatek and Sabalenka was a real battle where both players showed their great tennis level. The set started with a slightly tired Sabalenka and lowering the level of the first set. This allowed Swiatek to take advantage of this situation and in the first game manages to make a break and quickly go 2-0. Swiatek would have another break opportunity in the next game.
Sabalenka pressed and managed to save the game and force a break point in the next, leaving the number one in trouble. However, the Pole would save him and they would go into the eighth game with the same advantage as in the first set. 5-4 and a Swiatek serve to close out the set, the match and the tournament. The excitement on the court was palpable as both players fought for every point and the crowd in the stadium cheered for their favorite. Iga stood firm in his service, managed to close the set 6-4 and take the win in this exciting match.