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Grand Slam Record

Grand Slams

Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

W x5
W/L
77/16
2024, 2023, 2022, 2020

Australian Open

SF x1
2022

Roland Garros

W x4
2024, 2023, 2022, 2020

Wimbledon

QF x1
2023

US Open

W x1
2022

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Personal

Coached by Tomasz Wiktorowski. previously worked with Piotr Sierzputowski
Father is former Olympic rower Tomasz Swiatek, who competed in the men's quadruple sculls event at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul
In summer 2022 organised 'Iga Swiatek and friends for Ukraine' event in Krakow, which featured a mixed doubles match between Agnieszka Radwanska, Sergiy Stakhovsky, Polish junior Martyn Pawelski and herself, and was attended by Poland's First Lady, Agata Kornhauser-Duda, Elina Svitolina and Andriy Shevchenko. The occasion was watched by almost 15,000 people live and a further one million on television, raising more than half a million Euros for Ukrainian children and teenagers affected by the war
Started playing tennis because her older sister was playing and wanted to beat her
Enjoys rock music, including AC/DC and Pink Floyd
Includes PZU, On, Tecnifibre, Rolex and Xiaomi in her endorsement portfolio

Career Highlights

SINGLES
Winner (21): 2024 - Doha, Indian Wells, Madrid, Rome; 2023 - Doha, Stuttgart, Roland-Garros, Warsaw, Beijing, WTA Finals; 2022 - Doha, Indian Wells, Miami, Stuttgart, Rome, Roland-Garros, US Open, San Diego; 2021 - Adelaide, Rome; 2020 - Roland-Garros.
Finalist (4): 2023 - Dubai, Madrid; 2022 - Ostrava; 2019 - Lugano.

DOUBLES
Finalist (1): 2021 - Roland Garros (w/Mattek-Sands).

ADDITIONAL
Polish Fed Cup Team, 2018-20.

Career in Review

Won six titles across 2023, including winning fourth Grand Slam title at Roland-Garros (d. Muchova in F) and going undefeated at the WTA Finals in Cancun (d. Pegula in F). Finished season as WTA World No.1 player for second consecutive year.

In 2022, lifted second and third Grand Slam titles, at Roland-Garros (d. Gauff in F) and US Open (d. Jabeur in F)

Triumph in Paris was the last of six straight titles during 37-match winning streak - joint-longest unbeaten run on Tour since 1990

Won two titles in 2021, at Adelaide and Rome. Other highlights included QF at Roland-Garros and SF at Ostrava and qualifying for WTA Finals Guadalajara (fell in group stage)

Also finished doubles R-Up at 2021 Roland-Garros (w/Mattek-Sands, l. Krejcikova/Siniakova)

Won her maiden Tour-level title at 2020 Roland-Garros without dropping a set, becoming the first player from Poland - man or woman - to win a Grand Slam singles title and first from her country to reach a major final since A.Radwanska at 2012 Wimbledon

Ranked No.54, she became the lowest-ranked woman to win the Roland-Garros title in the Open Era and the lowest-ranked finalist since 1977 (No.56 Mihai). At 19y 132d, is the youngest champion in Paris since Monica Seles (18y 187d) in 1992

Also became the first player to win her debut Tour-level title at a Grand Slam since Jelena Ostapenko at 2017 Roland-Garros

Won WTA Most Improved Player of the Year for 2020, as voted on by members of the media. Also won the 2020 WTA Fan Favorite Award

Ended 2019 season ranked No.61 after a campaign highlighted by R-Up finish at Lugano (l. Hercog) and R16 run at Roland-Garros (l. Halep). That year also reached 3r at Toronto (l. Osaka) and made 2r five times (incl. Australian and US Open)

Broke into Top 100 at No.88 after R-Up finish at 2019 Lugano

Made WTA qualifying debut at 2019 Auckland

Ended 2018 season ranked No.175 (up from No.690 in 2017), after posting 42-6 record and winning four titles on ITF Circuit

Member of Poland's Billie Jean King Cup team, 2018-20, 2021-22

On professional debut, came through qualifying to win title at $10k ITF/Stockholm-SWE in 2016; owns seven singles titles at this level

Enjoyed stellar junior career, including winning girls' singles at 2018 Wimbledon (d. Küng in F) and leading Poland to Junior Fed Cup in 2016

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Best Grand Slam Result

Highest Finish

W x5
W/L
77/16
2024, 2023, 2022, 2020

Australian Open

SF x1
2022

Roland Garros

W x4
2024, 2023, 2022, 2020

Wimbledon

QF x1
2023

US Open

W x1
2022
W/L 17/6 35/2 9/4 16/4
2024
R32
W
-
-
2023
R16
W
QF
R16
2022
SF
W
R32
W
2021
R16
QF
R16
R16
2020
R16
W
-
R32
2019
R64
R16
R128
R64
2024
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Singles Career High Ranking
Highest Singles
1
Apr 04, 2022
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Current Doubles
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Highest Doubles
29
Feb 14, 2022