October 6, 2022


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Agnieszka Radwaska congratulated Iga witek.  So short and eloquent how tennis

Agnieszka Radwaska congratulated Iga witek. So short and eloquent how tennis

Iga Świątek confirmed that she was the true queen of the court. In New York, she won her 10th career title, including her third Grand Slam title. The Polish woman defeated Tunisia Anas Jaber 6:2, 7:6 and again on the lips of the whole world. Congratulations and words of appreciation are flowing to Iga from all sides. Can not miss Agnieszka Radwanska among the congratulations.

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Agnieszka Radwańska to Iga Świątek. “You just shake it”

Radwiska, who decided to end her professional career in 2018, has been the best Polish tennis player for many years. Now she is happy with the successes of her younger colleague. It didn’t take long for her congratulations to arrive. – You just rock! Big congratulations – Sum up Krakow residents via Twitter.

Agnieszka Radwańska has won 20 tournaments throughout her career In this. However, she never won Big smash hits. Her closest play came in 2012 at Wimbledon, when she reached the final, losing in three sets to Serena Williams. in US Open The farthest was the fourth round. I did this five times.

What Radwańska did not manage years ago, today Iga Świątek is successfully implemented. For the 21-year-old, this is his third Grand Slam win. In addition to the victory in US Open Twice he was the French Open champion at Roland Garros. But the ladies are still in good agreement, which was confirmed recently charity matchWhen they raised money for children who suffered during the Russian aggression against Ukraine.

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Congratulations to Ega, also from Hurkács

Hubert Hurkacz also offered Iga’s congratulations. – our end! Another great achievement, he wrote on Twitter. The Polish tennis player bid farewell to the tournament held in New York in the second round, after losing to Belarusian Ilya Iwaska (ATP 73.).

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