France, Paris-Having just spent two weeks of "life-changing" in Paris, the new French Open champion Swatek hopes that he can keep his feet on the ground and keep going.
The 19-year-old teenager defeated Australian Open champion Kenning 6-4 6-1 in the women's singles final on Saturday, ushering in a series of milestone moments-becoming the first Grand Slam singles champion from Poland and world ranking Breaking through the TOP20 mark... Swatek hopes to maintain the calm mentality shown in this French Open and enter a new stage of his career.
这位19岁的少年在周六的女子单打决赛中以6-4 6-1击败澳大利亚公开赛冠军肯宁，迎来500万彩票了一系列里程碑式的时刻-成为波兰首位大满贯单打冠军和世界排名突破TOP20标记... Swatek希望保持本次法国公开赛中表现出的镇定心态，并进入职业生涯的新阶段。
"I'm proud of myself. I have performed well in the past two weeks. I didn't expect to win this championship. This is undoubtedly a surprise for me, a life-changing experience," she said at a post-match conference. Said on.
“It’s still hard for me to comment now because I have to go home first to see what happens in Poland. I know everything will get a little crazy. I think I’ll get used to it, it won’t be a problem for me. . I will not be bothered by being watched by the outside world and surrounded by people. I think I should be fine."
"I have received a lot of support in the past two weeks and I am very grateful for it. Although I sometimes fail to answer the phone and fail to reply to everyone, I know that the whole country supports me and believes me behind my back. I am very happy and very proud."
During this French Open, Swatek talked about the cooperation with the sports psychologist Abramovich who was accompanying him. She also revealed at the championship conference that she was inspired by other young players who had achieved great success on the Grand Slam stage in the past two years.
"Even if you are young, even if you are at a disadvantage, you can still do a lot of things in sports like tennis," she said, "On the one hand, this (other young players won the championship) is very inspirational."
"Sometimes I think about how it feels to win a Grand Slam, but on the other hand, this is still a very distant goal. But now that I am here, I really become a Grand Slam champion. too crazy."
"You must have faith, but at the same time, you must also clearly realize that you have to work hard to win the championship. And after two weeks of excellent performance, you have now done it. This is true, I don’t know, I don’t know. Taken."
"I used everything my psychotherapist taught me in the game. Of course, I will do my best on the field... I think this aspect is still very important. Have I been mentally prepared and can I cope with everything? I can see the difference under pressure. That’s why I sometimes lose in the first round, and sometimes I can win all the way."
Winning the Grand Slam championship is an achievement that former Polish leader A. Radwanska has never achieved. After winning the French Open, Swatek has written himself into the history of tennis and the history of sports throughout the country.
Despite this, the Polish teenager still humbly said that he has just started and that he still has a long way to go to catch up with his compatriots. Radwanska has been in the top ten in the world for nearly ten years, and the highest ranking has reached second place.
"I feel like I have made history, but I still think that Radwanska's achievements are very high, because she has always maintained the top level of the WTA for about 12 years, I don't even know the exact number," Added.
"I know a lot of people will compare us. But I think I have to be stable in the next few years so that everyone can discuss whether I am the best player in Poland, because I have a lot of things to do. Still feel that this is her position."
"I think I have room for improvement in many places because I am only 19. I know my style of play is not mature enough. I think the biggest challenge for me is to maintain stability."
"This is why I take stability as my goal. It is really difficult to achieve it. But now I just want to enjoy this moment and think about future goals later."