Berlin [Germany]June 11 (ANI): World number one and current French Open champion Iga Swiatek confirmed on Friday that she had withdrawn from the Berlin Open due to a shoulder problem, but she hopes to be fully fit at Wimbledon, which will start later this month.
Swiatek announced it on Twitter and wrote: “Due to the recurring discomfort I feel in my shoulder, unfortunately, I have to resign from bett1open in Berlin. I am sorry I will not be able to play there. I will focus on recovery and rest to be ready and Wimbledon. “
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Polish star Swiatek defeated American Coco Gauff 6: 1, 6: 3 in the French Open final and after her victory in Paris in 2020 she won her second title at Roland Garros.
When Swiatek defeated Coco Gauff in the same sets during last week’s final, Roland Garros, she extended her winning streak to 35 games, breaking Venus Williams’ record in the longest winning streak of women since 2000.
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Swiatek will now head to Wimbledon, which will start on June 27 without a previous tournament. Iga Swiatek, No. 2 Anett Kontaveit and No. 3 Paul Bados resigned before the draw. Naomi Osaka has since withdrawn. (NOT EVEN)
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