There was relief when a second trophy followed in Adelaide in February against Belinda Bencic, then number three came on clay at the Foro Italico earlier this month against Karolina Pliskova.
It had been four months since her Roland-Garros run before she emerged from quarantine in Australia to face her best friend, Kaja Juvan in the opening round of the Gippsland Trophy.
Incidentally, the pair will square off again in the first round in Paris.
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“It's not easy to play against your best friend. It wasn't nice to see that, because one of us is going to lose,” she said. “For sure that match in February is giving me more confidence. I'm just trying to, as well, find a distance to that.
“We are friends, but on court everybody is equal. I am actually good at forgetting that I'm playing against my best friend and just playing tennis and just hitting the ball.”
Swiatek revealed on Polish television show My First Time last year, the three most important numbers in her phone were: “My dad, my sister and right now, Daria Abramowicz.”