Organisers surprise Iga Swiatek by putting ‘tiramisu’ inside US Open 2022 trophy

New York, Sep 11 (IANS) The coordinators of the US Open 2022 astounded World No 1 Iga Swiatek by putting her most loved ‘tiramisu’ inside the victors’ prize, finishing the Pole star’s drawn out look for the sweet in the wake of coming out on top for the titles.

The 21-year-old secured her most memorable US Open title on Saturday night in the wake of overcoming Ons Jabeur 6-2, 7-6(5) in the last. It was her seventh title of the time.

Close eyewitnesses of Swiatek’s prize function routine have seen her propensity for peering inside the prize while she’s dramatic, faking her failure each opportunity she came up void. It wasn’t a similar this time.


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Subsequent to addressing columnists at her top dog’s question and answer session, Swiatek was told to check the prize once more, which had proactively assumed a diverting part in her meeting as she stressed to check out it while addressing correspondents.

To Swiatek’s pleasure, she at last found what she’s been searching for: her number one sweet, tiramisu. “Gracious, my God. Is it safe to say that you are messing with me? Goodness, who did that?.Thank you. I truly feel a debt of gratitude. Particularly since I had nothing to eat,” Swiatek said.

The USTA’s Managing Director of Corporate Communications, Chris Widmaier made sense of, “We notice you generally take a look at your prize. This time we believed that you should track down something.”

Iga has lifted a ton of prizes this season. Gotten some information about contrasting her two significant successes this season at Roland Garros and US Open, the headliner made sense of about the tension and assumptions.


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“I couldn’t say whether it’s more than the second win at Roland Garros on the grounds that in those days the tension was truly on and everyone was somewhat anticipating that I should win,” said Swiatek.

“Here I figured out how to bring down my assumptions, and furthermore I feel like individuals were not anticipating a great deal from me on hard courts. So intellectually I think Roland Garros was somewhat harder. Yet, tennis-wise and actually here without a doubt it was harder,” she added.