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    Iga Swiatek Dominates in Beijing: Polish Clash Ends in One-Sided Affair

    In an electrifying showdown at the WTA hard-court tournament in Beijing, Iga Swiatek left no room for doubt against Magda Linette in the 1/8 final. The world’s second-ranked player showcased her prowess by securing a convincing victory in straight sets. 

    Despite Swiatek’s five-year presence on the women’s tour and her standing as the WTA runner-up, she had never crossed paths with Magda Linette. Linette, currently ranked 25th in the women’s tennis rankings, faced an uphill battle against the formidable No. 2 seed Swiatek.

    The first set unfolded as a one-sided affair, with Swiatek dominating and breaking Linette twice, leaving the Polish player struggling to find her footing against her adversary.

    The second set mirrored the first, with Swiatek showcasing top-tier skills while Linette fought valiantly but ultimately managed to claim just one game in the set.

    This historic first encounter between the two tennis talents lasted just over an hour, with a total match time of 66 minutes.

    Iga Śiwątek – Magda Linette 2-0 (6-1, 6-1)

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