‘Miss Consistency’ – Mikaela Shiffrin, Carlos Alcaraz, Ons Jabeur, Rick Macci, and Fans React in Frenzy After Iga Swiatek Registers Mammoth French Open Title Victory Against Coco Gauff

Published 06/04/2022, 12:26 PM EDT

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Iga Swiatek continues her winning streak, taking home another title this season, including one of the most prestigious titles of all – the French Open. Today, she ruthlessly decimated 18-year-old American Coco Gauff in straight sets to win the title in Paris.

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After creating history at Roland Garros, many fans, current players, and coaches hailed the 21-year-old Polish player. At the same time, they also felt sad for the teenager from America.

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Twitter reacts after Iga Swiatek beat Coco Gauff to win the French Open 2022

Spanish rising star Carlos Alcaraz reacted to Swiatek’s win and congratulated her in a lovely message. Simply amazing @iga_swiatek! Congrats! @rolandgarros,” Alcaraz wrote on Twitter.

World no.6, Ons Jabeur, sent a congratulatory message to the Pol, as she wrote on Twitter, Congrats @iga_swiatek… incredible really.

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American skier Mikaela Shiffrin also sent her a message, as she tweeted, CONGRATS, @iga_swiatek!!

Serena Williams’ former coach took to Instagram and posted a story, praising Gauff by saying, “It’s just the beginning.”

Apart from them, many fans also reacted to Swiatek’s win over Gauff.

One fan wrote about Swiatek, “Miss Consistency.”

Another fan said, 35 Unbeaten Run with the last a 2nd Coupe des Mousquetaires… Congratulations IGA. #RolandGarros.

Whereas, some other fan on Twitter said, “GENERATIONAL SUPERSTAR.”

Meanwhile, another Twitter user named Rick Macci wrote, “If Serena gets in unreal shape then we will have the COMPTON COMET versus the POLISH RIFLE coming to a court near you.”

Swiatek’s record-breaking run continues

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Right now, Swiatek is looking unbeatable. Incidentally, this French Open trophy is her sixth consecutive title this year. Along with that, she has also won 35 consecutive matches on the tour, which started from the Qatar Open. Honestly, we are not sure if anyone is on the required level to beat her.

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Right now, she will shift her focus to the grass-court season and the Wimbledon Championships. Undoubtedly, she will be the favorite to win that title as well.

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Can anyone stop Swiatek? Let us know in the comments.

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Debkinkar Maity is a Tennis Author at EssentiallySports. His desire to become a sports journalist inspired him to take up a degree in journalism and mass communication, and he hasn't looked back ever since. Following the sport for over a decade now, Debkinkar has an ardent love for Roger Federer.
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