Which Grand Slams Has Iga Swiatek Won?

Last Modified Jun 10, 2024 12:30 GMT
Iga Swiatek Grand Slams won
Iga Swiatek poses with her Roland Garros title


Iga Natalia Swiatek is a Polish professional tennis player who was born on May 31, 2001. She is the face of the WTA, and ranked World No.1 as of June 2024. All in all, she has 22 career singles trophies to her name including the 2024 Indian Wells, where she defeated Maria Sakkari in straight sets, and the 2024 Madrid Open, where she defeated Aryna Sabalenka in the final. She defeated her again a fortnight later, at the 2024 Rome Open.


In 2023, Iga Swiatek was named the WTA Player of the Year yet again, making her the first player to win the award in consecutive seasons after Serena Williams. After a great start to the year, where she held the No.1 ranking for 75 weeks, Iga Swiatek lost her position to Belarus' Aryna Sabalenka. However, she regained it shortly after, by winning the China Open and WTA Finals 2023. Resultantly, the Pole finished the year as World No.1, making her the player to beat in the season to come.


After a shock exit at the 2024 Australian Open, Swiatek won the 2024 Qatar Open. At the 2024 Miami Open, Swiatek registered her 100th WTA 1000 career win after defeating Camila Giorgi in one hour. She finished semifinalist at the 2024 Dubai Tennis Championship and the 2024 Stuttgart Open.


Swiatek entered her 100th week as the world's No. 1, surpassing Lindsay Davenport and thus acquiring ninth place in the all-time table. In 2022, Iga Świątek made history by becoming the fourth woman to achieve the illustrious Sunshine Double in Miami, securing yet another WTA 1000 championship. Her remarkable feat included a winning streak of 37 consecutive matches, making it the longest run of victories on the WTA Tour in the 21st century.


The 23-year-old spearheads Poland's charge in the world of tennis, alongside Hubert Hurkacz. Despite not possessing natural advantages like height or raw power, Swiatek has worked extremely hard to pave the path to her success.



Iga Swiatek Grand Slams Won

Iga Swiatek has won five Grand Slam singles titles as of the completion of the 2024 season: four French Opens in 2020, 2022, 2023, 2024 and one US Open in 2022.


Swiatek triumphed in 2020's clay-court French Open by defeating American Sofia Kenin 6-4, 6-1. She also beat Coco Gauff in a match that she won 6-1, 6-3 to win her second French Open title in 2022. Later that year, she demonstrated her abilities on a hard court at the US Open, where she defeated Tunisian Ons Jabeur 6-2, 7-6 in the final. She repeated her dominance on the red dirt in 2023, winning the French Open by prevailing over Karolina Muchová in three sets (6-2, 5-7, 6-4). In 2024, Swiatek completed a historic French Open three-peat by beating Jasmine Paolini in straight sets.


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Iga Swiatek Background and Family History

Iga Swiatek was born to Dorota and Tomasz Swiatek in Warsaw, Poland. Her father used to row and participate in the men's quadruple sculls race at the Seoul Olympics in 1988. She has an orthodontist mother. Agata, her elder sister, is a dentist.


Swiatek's father preferred that his daughters participate in an individual sport rather than a team sport, in order to better control their chances of success. He wanted his daughters to become competitive athletes. Agata initially began as a swimmer but eventually switched to tennis after experiencing difficulties in the water. At around 15 years old in 2013, Agata briefly participated in the ITF Junior Circuit, before quitting due to an injury. Iga began her training when she was 14 years old at Mera Warsaw, before transferring to Legia Warsaw.


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FAQs

A. Iga Swiatek has won five Grand Slams: the French Open four times (2020, 2022, 2023, 2024) and the US Open once (2022).

A. Iga Swiatek’s net worth is estimated to be $25 million as of 2024.

A. Iga Swiatek is from Warsaw, Poland. She began her training at Mera Warsaw before moving to Legia Warsaw.

A. No, Iga Swiatek is unmarried as of 2024. She is currently single and focusing on her tennis career.

A. Iga Swiatek is 5 feet 9 inches, or 176 cm tall. 

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