Wta Finals: Iga Swiatek Breezes Past An Erratic Aryna Sabalenka Into The Title Round

Iga Swiatek performed impressively in her WTA Finals semi-final against Aryna Sabalenka.

She won the match with a score of 6-3, 6-2 in about 90 minutes.

Rain caused a pause in their match with a score of 2-1 in Sabalenka's favor.

When the match resumed, Swiatek took control while Sabalenka struggled to find a winning strategy.

Swiatek excelled in serving, winning 80% of her first serves compared to Sabalenka's 70%.

She also performed well on second serves, especially when returning Sabalenka's serves.

Swiatek created seven break point opportunities and converted four of them.

She defended against the two break points she faced.

If Swiatek wins the tournament in Cancun, she could become the world's number one player for the second year in a row.

In the final, Swiatek will compete against Jessica Pegula, who also won all her matches in the tournament. One of them will end their winning streak in the upcoming match.

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