Swiatek wins his fifth consecutive title of the year in Rome


The Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek, number one in the world, has conquered the tournament in Rome, in the WTA 1,000 category and played on clay, after beating Tunisian Ons Jabeur (6-2) in the final held at the Foro Italico this Sunday. , 6-2), a result that allows him to lift his fifth consecutive title this year.

The 20-year-old tennis player thus defends her title in the Italian capital and understands her winning streak of 28 consecutive matches, all after clearly defeating the number seven in the WTA ranking, winner of the Mutua Madrid Open and who won the Mutua Madrid Open in just over an hour. snapped a streak of 11 wins in a row.

Two breaks in the first set, in which she kept her serve intact, and three in the second were enough for Swiatek to become only the second player to win four or more WTA 1,000 titles in a single season – Doha, Indian Wells, Miami and Rome – after the American Serena Williams -five in 2013-.

Now, she is 8-1 in WTA finals and has won 16 straight sets in finals. This course has achieved the titles in Doha, Indian Wells, Miami, Stuttgart and Rome, and is the fourth player in the 2000s to win five or more consecutive tournaments -Venus Williams in 2000, Justine Henin in 2007-2008 and Serena Williams in 2013-.