Robert Lewandowski attends French Open final in Paris, France to congratulate country fellow Iga Swiatek

Swiatek won her second Grand Slam title. The player already bagged five back to back WTA titles this season.


Robert Lewandowski was there to support country fellow Iga Swiatek winning her second Grand Slam in style at the 126th edition of the Roland Garros tournament in Paris France. The two met after Swaitek’s victory over Coco Gauff and hugged each other as the Polish professional footballer congratulated the 21-year old No. 1 player.

Iga Swiatek, the unstoppable World No. 1 has done it again! The No. 1 WTA player won another Grand Slam in her career, defeating Coco Gauff 6-1, 6-3 in straight sets. In 2020, the Pole won her first Grand Slam at the same tournament.

This season, the just-turned 21-year-old from Poland has outlasted several top players. She had previously won the Italian Open by defeating Ons Jabeur. Aryna, the top seed, was defeated.

Swiatek has been unstoppable so far this season, especially on clay. The athlete has won five WTA 1000 championships in a row and is now competing in another Grand Slam in Paris, France. With her semifinal triumph over Daria Kasatkina, the Polish professional matched Serena Williams’ winning record, and now, with her final victory over Gauff, she has extended her winning run to 35 matches, matching Venus Williams’.