Swiatek is on her way to successfully defending her Roland Garros (French Open) crown, having defeated Coco Gauff to reach her second consecutive semifinal. Should the Pole succeed, she would be the first woman since Belgian Justine Henin in 2007 to successfully defend her crown.
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“I think she's showing this kind of level that you can't really see in any other players,” Radwanska said. “I don't know how the girls have to play against her to even be close to winning a set. At the moment I don't see any player playing at the same level as Iga."
Furthermore, Radwanska credits Swiatek's ability to dominate points to the 22-year old's consistency and power.
"I think she's very consistent," she added. "She is very focused on the first point of the match and obviously she's so strong. Her ball is really going with unbelievable power.
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“With her spin on the forehand side on the clay, it is just killing the girls. That's why we can see scores like that.”