WTA Stuttgart: Iga Swiatek does not give Arina Sabalenka any chance in the final

The final wasn’t at the top level initially, but Swiatek gained clear advantages.

The 20-year-old led 4-1 and had some trouble finishing the first set shortly thereafter.

The second set also showed a clear picture: Sabalenka made a lot of mistakes, while Swiatek acted more confidently – and after an hour and 24 minutes she used the third match point.


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The favorite was softer than Sabalenka, especially when it came to the big points. Swiatek made four eight-point breaks and maintained her serve throughout the match.

“This title means a lot to me because this week it showed me that I can win trophies even if the setup isn’t perfect or I don’t have much time to get used to a new deck. If I focus on my game, anything is possible,” Swiatek explained.

Potapova rushes to her first title as a qualifier

In Istanbul, there was a bit of a tennis superstition. Anastasia Potapova took the title as a qualifier. In the final, the Russian defeated her compatriot Veronika Kudremetova 6: 3, 6: 1.

This was the first-ever tour title for the 21-year-old.

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