Swiatek skips Berlin occasion with shoulder issue, targets Wimbledon

Swiatek skips Berlin occasion with shoulder issue, targets Wimbledon

Swiatek skips Berlin occasion with shoulder issue, targets Wimbledon

Iga Swiatek poses with the French Open trophy in Paris.(AP)

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  • French Open top dog Iga Swiatek will skirt the following week’s Berlin Open WTA 500 competition because of a shoulder issue.
  • Yet the world number one said on Friday that she desires to be completely fit for Wimbledon beginning in the not so distant future.

Swiatek crushed American Coco Gauff 6-1 6-3 in the Roland Garros last week to come out on top for her subsequent Grand Slam championship.

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In any case, she will currently make a beeline for the Wimbledon grasscourt Grand Slam beginning on June 27 with next to no preliminary competition.

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“Because of a repetitive uneasiness I am feeling in my shoulder, tragically I really want to pull out from the bett1open in Berlin,” Swiatek tweeted.

“Please accept my apologies I can not play there. I will zero in on recuperation and rest to be prepared for Wimbledon.”

Swiatek, who took over as number one when Australian Ash Barty declared her shock retirement in March, has been in scorching structure as of late and has won 35 continuous matches – matching the longest unbeaten streak since Venus Williams in 2000.

The Berlin Open will start on Monday.

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