Since mid-April, tennis matches have been played on the clay court. The most important of these is the Parisian Roland Garros (Roland Garros), whose 2020 champion is Iga Świątek. Polish tennis players will soon start preparing for this game.
According to the original plan, Iga Świątek will return to the competition on Monday, April 19, to participate in the prestigious competition in Stuttgart. She finally announced on Twitter that in the end, Polish tennis players will not participate.
“Unfortunately, I will not participate in the competition in Stuttgart. I am sorry about this, but we and the staff decided that it is necessary to spend some time for me in this tight season for Madrid, Rome and Paris for the next games. More preparation. I hope you can cheer for me this season. I have been eating throughout the season.”-The contestant wrote on social media.
Iga Świątek will return to the stadium on April 29th, when Madrid will host a 10-day large-scale competition. The next stop will be Italy. However, Rome does not have the best association for Polish players. Two years ago, she didn’t even make it into qualifying, but last year she lost with Arantxa Rus in the first round.
At the end of the season, based on onwiątek meals, it will compete in Roland Garros (Roland Garros), postponed by one week. For a Polish woman, this will be her first chance to defend the title in her career. In case of failure, the player will not lose points in the WTA rankings, as the points will only be deducted at the end of the year.