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Who Should Play Which?

Who Should Play Which?

Iga Swiatek reaches first US Open final, will face fifth seed Ons Jabeur in the semifinals

Iga Swiatek, a young Czech, played on the same side last week in her first major final. She defeated a field of top players to reach the second round. The final was a tough one, with many up and down games. On the other hand, she put on a great performance. In fact, she was the only one among the top five players to play her best to make the final.

She won her maiden major, the US Open. Now she’ll play the top seed, the ninth seeded Karolina Pliskova.

The two tennis players were competing for different reasons. Swiatek was trying to reach the final, while the top seed was playing to earn a paycheck. Both players had their chances.

This is the second part of our discussion on what I think, who should play what, why, but more on that later (in this article written by our dear friend JB!):

Who Should Play What?

I’m here today to talk about who should play which.

So, I have two players in mind who are playing for different reasons.

Pliskova is playing for a lot of money. She’s playing her best tennis at the moment. She’s won all four of her matches.

On the other hand, she is playing for a big trophy.

The reason is simple: her coach, Andre Agassi, who is also the former world No. 1 player, was telling her to play well and to win first. He told her to play well, and then to win her first match.

She did both these things. She didn’t think that the French Open was about winning points. She doesn’t like playing games in a tiebreak. It made her decide to go with the plan.

What was her plan? She didn’t want to play against Serena Williams. She wanted to play

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