“That's tough question. I wasn't thinking about that at all, so I'm going to improvise a little bit. Well, I guess she's a great player, and still, even though I won the last match, I feel like I have nothing to lose, because she's like a champion,” stated the world No.17.
“I'm just gonna do my best and just work and do everything I can perfectly. I think last match it was great, but I was feeling like perfectly in Paris. So it's gonna be hard to being like the same shape again. It's going to be a tough match, and I just hope we're gonna play good and longer maybe.”
So far at Melbourne Park Swiatek has navigated past Arantxa Rus and Camilia Giorgi in straight sets, before pinging 20 winners in a 6-4, 6-3 passage past French protegee Fiona Ferro.