June 5, 2023


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Iga Šwijk was asked about the Champions League.  After the reporter's words, the room exploded with laughter

Iga Šwijk was asked about the Champions League. After the reporter’s words, the room exploded with laughter

Iga Świątek is very popular among journalists, which is not surprising. The WTA leaderboard expands its impressive winning streak and is the lead favorite to win the Grand Slam tournament in Paris. Questions about tennis don’t always appear at her press conferences.

A journalist asked Iga Šwietic about the Champions League final, which was held in Paris on Saturday. The Polish woman did not hide that she would be very happy to go to this meeting.

I was thinking of going to the Champions League final. I would, because I did not watch a football match at a high level – said the Polish leader in the WTA rankings.

One of the Polish journalists quickly answered in English.

– Because you are from Poland – said the journalist, making those present in the room amused.

I would like to go to the final, but I don’t know if it won’t go against the rhythm of the match. I spoke to my team about this yesterday. Maybe in two or three years I’ll be able to compete in other events in the championship and still be able to stay focused. Iga Świątek said at the moment it is difficult for me.

She will play the first female racket of the women’s standings in the fourth round of the Roland Garros tournament against Chenwen Cheng on Monday.


After training, instead of having a beer, he went to university. And he’s not shy about admitting that he was a recluse as a player. As a coach, Jacek Magiera is also going his own way. – You can either f**k or order. I demand – frankly admits. He accurately diagnoses diseases affecting Polish football and shows how to treat them. Would you like to be the coach of the Polish national team? What did he hear when he was losing his job in Silesia in Wroclaw? And what did he do when a hairdresser called him in 1996?

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