Karolina Pliskova kept up her winning streak at the Stuttgart Open with a victory in three sets over Donna Vekic. In the first round, the Czech tennis player knocked out eighth seed Maria Sakkari. In the quarterfinals, she will play the defending champion Iga SWitaek.
Karolina pliskova is aware of the challenge she faces ahead of their quarterfinal match. She thinks that Iga Swiatek is the only opponent who enjoys playing on clay. Her dominance over the surface in the past couple of years has made her a formidable opponent. She is the favorite to win the French Open this year, as she has won two French Open titles.
Karolina pliskova is optimistic about her chances as she feels that the Stuttgart Open courts will be a little faster. “Yeah. I mean, she’s definitely one of the most difficult clay players, having won Roland Garros twice. Pliskova: “I think that on clay, nobody likes her. But these conditions can be different as she is still a bit faster ,”.
Karolina pliskova wants to be more aggressive in her matchup with Iga Swiatek
Karolina pliskova said that she will not change her strategy against Iga Swieatek but is planning to be more aggressive. The reigning French Open champ has been known to put pressure on opponents early in the match. Iga Swaiatek is known for putting her opponent under pressure early in the match. This is something that Czech will want to avoid.
“I still” is the same for me. I have to continue playing my game. I’ll just have to adapt my positioning a bit, but play aggressively. It’s the key ,” , said Pliskova.
“Let’s see. “Let’s see. Let’s just say it was a pretty, if not okay, practice. I’m at least familiar with what to expect. I’m going to watch her match. This will be her first clay court match of the year. You never have the best match when it’s your first time on a new surface. Let’s see what she does with ,”, she said.
Iga Swiatek beat Qinweg Zheng by a score of 4-0 in the second-round to set up a quarterfinal match with Karolina pliskova. This season, the Polish tennis player has only won one title. It was at the Qatar Open. The eventual winner of the Indian Wells Open, Elena Rybakina, defeated her in the semi-finals.