Iga Swiatek the companion breaks unbelievable numbers of records at the WTA Finals: Check

Iga Swiatek shattered five sensational records at the WTA Finals in Cancun. The Pole, thanks to her clear success at the year-end Masters, has regained the throne of the WTA ranking, once again confirming that she is a great champion.


The Cancun tournament, despite having been played amidst a thousand problems, dictated by an organization that was anything but impeccable, saw the domination of the 4-time Slam champion, who broke down data that had stood for at least two years.

Two stand out above all. The final against Jessica Pegula (6-1 6-0) was the victory with the largest margin in the history of the finals of this event, surpassing the match between Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert, which ended with the result of 6-2 6- 0.

But not only that, with her success at the WTA Finals Swiatek broke the record for the fewest number of games conceded in the history of the tournament (20), which previously belonged to Serena Williams (32).


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