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    Iga Swiatek Exits Wimbledon Quarter-Finals as Elina Svitolina Emerges Victorious

    In a thrilling quarter-final match at Wimbledon, Iga Swiatek was unable to advance further in the tournament. Ukrainian player Elina Svitolina emerged triumphant with a hard-fought victory of 7-5, 6-7, 6-2. 

    The encounter began with a promising start for Iga Swiatek as she broke the rival in the first game on her opponent’s serve. This victory seemed to bode well for the rest of the set. However, Elina Svitolina showcased resilience by recovering from a breakpoint in the fourth game. Despite a brief setback, she regained her composure and managed to outperform the Polish player. Svitolina won all the games from 4-5 onwards, ultimately securing the first set.

    The following set proved to be even more challenging for Swiatek, as she encountered difficulties with her forehand and committed numerous errors. It became evident that it was simply not her day on the court. Nevertheless, she fought valiantly and pushed the set into a tiebreak. The tie-break was a dramatic affair, with Svitolina initially trailing 2-4 but successfully making a comeback to claim a 7-5 victory. Unfortunately for Swiatek, this was not enough to turn the tide of the match.

    The final set showcased Svitolina’s exceptional skills. She demonstrated superb game awareness and aggression that posed significant challenges for Swiatek. Consequently, after a gruelling two and a half hours of play, match points appeared in favour of Svitolina. She capitalized on the second match point, ultimately securing her place in the semi-finals. Awaiting Elina Svitolina in the semi-finals is the formidable Czech player, Marketa Vondrousova. 

    “Iga Świątek ends her Wimbledon run in the QF. She lost against Elina Svitolina 5:7, 7:6(5), 2:6. Elina took her chance, unfortunately Iga made too many errors and had problems with serve. Elina will play in the SF against Marketa Vondrousova. Thanks Iga for your fight,”

    Tennis News wrote on Twitter.

    Iga Swiatek – Elina Svitolina 1-2 (5-7, 7-6, 2-6)

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