With a semi-final to come against world No.131 Podoroska, Swiatek will now have to deal with being the big favourite, with the huge carrot of a place in a first Grand Slam final dangling tantalisingly in front of her.
What might help Swiatek is the fact that she will play doubles on Wednesday, a welcome distraction, filling the time with something constructive instead of hours of thinking about what might be.
“I'm going to not use my phone probably because I'm going to answer all the congratulations later,” said Swiatek, who added that her phone was “going to explode”.
“I just want to focus on the tournament still. Yeah, I'm just going to keep it going. I'm going to keep everything the same. Just doing better recovery because it's second week and we are all pretty tired.”
Being favourite against Posoroska will add its own pressure but Swiatek said she would keep things simple.
“I just play tennis, you know,” she said.
Trevisan, who came through qualifying to reach a first Grand Slam quarter-final, said she was proud of what she had achieved.
“I'm sad for the match, but it's an incredible two weeks for me,” the Italian said. “So today I close a very important chapter of my life. Tomorrow other chapters will begin. I'm just happy.”