Siwiatek, the world’s top-ranked player, remains optimistic for the French Open despite sustaining an injury during Roma tournament.

A day after Iga Swiatek withdrew from the quarter-finals in Rome with a right thigh injury, the world’s top-ranked player gave a hopeful prognosis. “Sure, I’m going to have a few days off, and I’ve already booked a flight to Paris… Best regards! Hope to see you soon,” Swirtek wrote on Twitter.

In an update on her injury, Swiatek shared that she will definitely be taking a few days off and will be heading to Paris for the upcoming French Open. She asked her followers to keep their fingers crossed for her.

During her match against Jelena Rybakina on Wednesday, Swiatek was forced to withdraw from the third set after drawing two games each. She had injured herself during the second set tiebreak and called for a medical timeout. Despite her efforts to continue playing, she eventually had to make the tough decision to end the match.

Swiatek, a three-time major champion and current Roland Garros champion, has held the top-ranked spot for 59 consecutive weeks. The French Open starts in Paris on May 28th. The match in which she withdrew from was the Quarter-Final Top Scores 2023 Roma.

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