‘Thought This was Bulls**t’ – After Clawing Her Way to Victory in Cincinnati, Iga Swiatek Recalls Her Scathing Verdict on Coach’s ‘Outfits’ Advice

Iga Swiatek has recently been in the form of her life. The Polish player, who is currently playing in the Cincinnati Masters, has made her way to the quarter-finals of the tournament by defeating Qinwen Zheng in a 3-set match. However, after the victory, Iga came out with her secret of winning more matches.

Also, she did not shy away from giving her coach the credit for her momentous run in the recent few weeks. She mentioned that her good form is possible only because of one piece of advice that she received from her coach. At first, what she thought was quite absurd later turned out to be her mantra for success.

In a delightful twist of tennis wisdom, Iga Swiatek’s recent triumph against Qinwen Zheng was accompanied by a slight change that caught the attention of fans and commentators alike. Following her victory, the question came from the interviewer: what was the secret behind her improved performance? Swiatek’s response, delivered with her characteristic candor, unveiled an important piece of advice from her coach that initially raised her eyebrows.

Swiatek recalled, “My coach told me months ago it’s a good idea to change outfits after losing a set… I thought this was bullsh*t.” Her words, spoken cheekily, conveyed the skepticism she initially held towards the unorthodox suggestion. However, the subsequent positive outcomes spoke for themselves. Swiatek’s newfound tradition of changing her attire after dropping a set appears to have worked its magic, transforming her fortunes on the court.


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