Iga Swiatek is a Polish professional tennis player. She is currently ranked world No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association. Have a look .
Iga Swiatek : Husband | Ranking | Net worth | WTA
Iga Świątek was born on 31 May 2001 in Warsaw to Dorota and Tomasz Świątek. Her father is a former rower who competed in the men’s quadruple sculls event at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
|Born||31 May 2001
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Turned pro||October 2016|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
Her mother is an orthodontist. She has a sister Agata who is about three years older and is a student of dentistry at the Medical University of Lublin.
During her French Open title run in 2020, Świątek did not lose more than five games in any singles match. She entered the top ten of the WTA rankings for the first time in May 2021 after winning the Italian Open.
Following back-to-back WTA 1000 titles in 2022 at Qatar and Indian Wells, Świątek reached a career-high ranking of No. 2 on 21 March 2022.
With the subsequent retirement of world No. 1 Ashleigh Barty, she claimed the top ranking on 4 April 2022. She also won another WTA 1000 title in Miami, becoming the fourth woman to win the Sunshine Double.
During this time, Świątek accumulated a 37-match winning streak, the longest on the WTA Tour in the 21st century. She also claimed the French and US Open titles this season.
Iga Swiatek husband
Swiatek is not married and she does not have a husband.
The Polish Champion appeared to be solely focused on her tennis game for the time being.
Swiatek is only 20 years old. Therefore she has a long future ahead of her.
Perhaps the Polish star is more concerned with games than his personal life. Alicja Rosolska and Caty McNally were her former tennis doubles partners.
Iga Swiatek Ranking
She is currently ranked world No. 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). Świątek is a three-time major singles champion, having won the French Open in 2020 and 2022 and the US Open in 2022. She is the first player representing Poland to win a major singles title.
|Highest ranking||No. 1 (4 April 2022)|
|Current ranking||No. 1 (4 April 2022)|
Świątek has an all-court playing style. She won the WTA Fan Favorite Shot of the Year in 2019 with a drop shot from the baseline, and was voted WTA Fan Favorite Singles Player of the Year in 2020.
|Highest ranking||No. 29 (14 February 2022)|
|Current ranking||No. 280 (11 July 2022)|
Despite never playing on the WTA Tour before 2019, Świątek was able to compete in only tour-level events throughout the year.
After being unable to qualify at the Auckland Open, she qualified for her first WTA main draw at the Australian Open.
She then defeated No. 82 Ana Bogdan in three sets in her debut match to reach the second round.
At her next three tournaments, she was also able to qualify at the Hungarian Ladies Open, but not either of the Premier Mandatory events in March.
In 2022, her Net Worth is at least $10 million.
|Other sources of wealth||NIL|
|Net Worth||$10 million|
Swiatek was a Nike athlete until the start of 2020. Since then, she is supported by Asics. Other sponsors include Red Bull, Toyota Lexus, racquet maker Technifibre, and Rolex.
Świątek started her season at the 2022 Adelaide International in January, seeded fifth. After wins against Daria Saville, Leylah Fernandez, and Victoria Azarenka, Świątek lost to Ashleigh Barty in the semifinals.
She was scheduled to play at the 2022 Sydney International—seeded sixth—and her first match was scheduled to be against Emma Raducanu, but she pulled out of the tournament due to a rib injury.
Świątek entered into the 2022 Australian Open, where she was seeded seventh. She defeated qualifier Harriet Dart in the first round, Rebecca Peterson in the second round and Daria Kasatkina in the third round. All wins were in straight sets.
She reached her first Australian Open quarterfinal after defeating Sorana Cîrstea in the fourth round.
As of January 2022, Świątek has reached the second week of a Grand Slam at six consecutive majors, beginning with her 2020 French Open title, setting a record for the longest streak of second-week progressions.
In the quarterfinal she defeated Kaia Kanepi in a match at three hours and one minute before losing to Danielle Collins in the semifinal the following day.