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    Iga Świątek Avenges Australian Open Loss with Dominant Victory Over Linda Noskova at Indian Wells

    Iga Świątek successfully avenged her defeat against Linda Noskova at this year’s Australian Open. The Polish player triumphed over her opponent in the third round of the Indian Wells tournament with a commanding scoreline of 6-4, 6-0. What makes this victory even more impressive is Świątek’s comeback from a 2-4, 15-40 deficit in the first set, demonstrating her mental fortitude and sheer tenacity on the court.

    The clash between Świątek and the young Czech promised to be a gripping encounter, especially considering their previous showdown at the beginning of the year in Melbourne. 

    From the start, Świątek faced challenges, struggling with errors and her service game. Noskova capitalized, breaking as early as the third game. Despite trailing 4-2, 40-15, Świątek fought back, winning twelve consecutive points and securing the set.

    The defeat in the opening set visibly deflated Noskova’s morale, while Świątek continued her stellar performance, leaving her opponent struggling to find answers. Consequently, Noskova succumbed to a whitewash in the second set, losing 0-6 in just 28 minutes. 

    Iga Świątek – Linda Noskova 2-0 (6-4, 6-0)

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