Iga Swiatek Player Profile

Iga Swiatek is a professional tennis player from Poland who is the current world number 1.

Iga was the first polish person to win a grand slam event when she claimed the French Open title in 2020 and she was also the youngest player to win the French Open since Rafael Nadal won his first title in 2005.

Below, we have put together some interesting stats from her playing career along with some answers to some frequently asked questions about her.

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Iga Swiatek Career Stats

Age (Birthday)20 years Old (31st of May 2001)
Year born2000
Year turned Pro2016
WTA Career Titles8
Grand Slams1
Year–end WTA finals0
WTA 1000 Titles5
Tennis RacketTecnifibre T-Rebound 298 Iga
Forehand GripWestern Forehand Grip
BackhandTwo Handed Backhand
Serve GripContinental Grip
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Official Instagram AccountInstagram Account

Iga Swiatek Titles

Title #YearTournamentWTA LevelOpponent in FinalScore in Final
12020French OpenGrand SlamSofia Kenin6-4, 6-1
22021AdelaideWTA 500Belinda Bencic6-2, 6-2
32021Rome OpenWTA 1000Karolína Plíšková6-0, 6-0
42022DohaWTA 1000Anett Kontaveit6-2, 6-0
52022Indian WellsWTA 1000Maria Sakkari6-4, 6-1
62022MiamiWTA 1000Naomi Osaka6-4, 6-0
72022StuttgartWTA 500Aryna Sabalenka6-2, 6-2
82022RomeWTA 1000Ons Jabeur6-2, 6-2

2020 French Open Women’s Singles Final

Iga Swiatek FAQ

How old is Iga Swiatek?

Iga is 20 years old and was born on the 31st of May 2001.

What is Iga Swiatek’s Net Worth?

Iga has won just under $5 million in career prize money to date so if you take into account all the off court endorsements she has, a conservative estimate for her net worth would be in the region of $4 million dollars.

Is Iga Swiatek Married?

No, Iga is currently single and is not married.

How tall is Iga Swiatek?

Iga is 1.76 metres tall (5ft 9in).

When was Iga Swiatek’s first Grand Slam Victory?

Iga’s first Grand Slam Victory came at the 2020 French Open where she beat Sofia Kenin in straight sets in the final (6–4, 6–1).

Was Swiatek ever ranked number 1 in the world?

Yes, Swiatek is the current world number 1.

When did Iga Swiatek turn pro?

Iga Swiatek turned pro in 2016 but did not play on the WTA Tour until 2019 when she made it to the main draw of the 2019 Australian Open where she beat Ana Bogdan in three sets in the first round before losing to Camila Giorgi in the second round.

What Tennis Racket does Swiatek use?

Swiatek endorses the Tecnifibre T-Rebound 298 Iga tennis racket.

How many Grand Slams has Iga Swiatek won?

To date, Iga Swiatek has won one Grand Slam singles title, which was the 2020 French Open where she beat Sofia Kenin in the final 6–4, 6–1.

Has Swiatek ever won the Billie Jean King Cup/Fed Cup with Romania?

No, Swiatek has yet to win the Billie Jean King Cup/Fed Cup with Poland.

Has Swiatek won any major Doubles Titles?

To date, Swiatek has not won any major doubles titles with her best performance being the 2021 French Open, where she made it to the ladies doubles final with her doubles partner Bethanie Mattek-Sands.

Has Swiatek won a gold medal in singles or doubles at an Olympics?

No, Swiatek has not won a gold medal for Poland in singles or doubles at an Olympics.

Does Iga Swiatek have any siblings?

Yes, Iga was one older sister called Agata Swiatek.

Who are Iga Swiatek’s Parents?

Iga Swiatek’s Parents are Dorota and Tomasz Swiatek. Her father Tomasz is a former Olympic rower for Poland and her mother is an orthodontist.

Where was Iga Swiatek born?

Iga was born in Warsaw, Poland.

Did Iga Swiatek win any Junior Grand Slam Titles?

Yes, Swiatek won the 2018 French Open Girls Doubles with her doubles partner Caty McNally.

How much Prize Money has Iga Swiatek won to date?

Swiatek has won a total of $8,929,786 in her career to date. In 2022 alone, she has already won $4,070,233 in prize money.

How many titles has Swiatek won?

Swiatek has won a total of 8 Singles Titles including the 2020 French Open, 2021 Adelaide International, 2021 Rome Open, 2022 WTA Doha, 2022 BNP Paribas Open, 2022 Miami Open, 2022 Stuttgart Open, and the 2022 Rome Open.

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