Athletistic / Tennis. Russian tennis player Elena Vesnina shared her opinion on competing in women’s tennis. Vesnina cited the world’s first racket, Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek, as her main reference.

Previously, Swiatek became the winner of Roland Garros. In the final, she beat the Italian Jasmine Paolini.

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“Swiatek is now a benchmark for everyone in the sense that everyone is trying to catch up with her. This also applies to Arina Sabalenka and Elena Rybakina, who are usually not very practical opponents for a Polish tennis player on clay. , Swiatek is definitely the strongest now, because, unlike the hard, on this surface, even if the opponent attacks sharply, she almost always has time to get out of one blow and prepare for the next one. is very interesting to watch Sabalenka’s emotional behavior, like a robot – naturally in the good sense of the word,” quotes Vesnina.