Iga Swiatek downs Bianca Vanessa Andreescu 6-3 7-6(1) in the 3rd round in Indian Wells on Monday. Swiatek will fight against Emma Raducanu in the 4th round. The battle lasted 2 hours and 7 minutes. The Pole won this tournament once in 2022. Here you can see her history at this event.
The Pole added to her prize money $ 41,185 after winning this match. She has already won $ 96,955 after this win. If she wins the next match, the Pole will add $ 87,510 to her earnings to get in total $ 184,465 in total.
Highlights Iga Swiatek vs. Bianca Vanessa Andreescu BNP Paribas Open – Indian Wells
Stats: aces, double faults, breaks, winners
At the end of the match, the Pole scored 79 points vs. Andreescu’s 66.
Iga was pretty good at converting 63% of the break points that she conquered (5/8).
On the other side, Andreescu was effective when converting 50% of the break points that she conquered points (4/8). Nonetheless, that was not enough to win the match.
After this contest, the head to head between Swiatek and Andreescu is 2-0 for Iga.
Draw and next match H2H: Iga Swiatek vs. Emma Raducanu – stats
Swiatek will compete against Raducanu in the 4th round.
This will be the 2nd time that Iga Swiatek and Emma Raducanu fight against each other. The head to head is 1-0 for Swiatek (see full H2H stats), but they have never played each other on hard.
The last time that they played each other, Swiatek won 6-4 6-4 in the quarter in Stuttgart back in 2022.
Live score progression and stats
Swiatek had a boost of confidence at the beginning of the set after breaking Bianca Vanessa Andreescu in the 1st game (1-0). Anyhow, Swiatek managed to stage a good comeback to break the Canadian in the 2nd (1-1) and in the 6th (4-2) game before winning the set (6-3).
Iga converted 33% of her break points (2/6). She had 6 break points opportunities in the 2nd (1-1 30-40, 40-A, 40-A and 40-A), the 6th (3-2 15-40) and the 10th game (6-2 40-A). Also, on the other side, Andreescu converted 25% of her break points (1/4). She had her opportunities in the 1st (0-0 30-40) and the 5th game (2-2 30-40, 40-A and 40-A).
They played 72 points. The Pole was the winner of the set after clinching 10 points more than Andreescu (41-31). Swiatek dropped 14 points on serve (22-14). In addition, on the other side, the Canadian conceded 19 points on serve (17-19).
Swiatek had a favorable start in this set after breaking Bianca Vanessa Andreescu in the 2nd game (2-0). However, Swiatek managed to stage a great comeback to break Andreescu in the 7th (3-4) and in the 9th (5-4) game before winning the set at the tiebreak at 1.
Iga failed to serve out the set when leading 5-4 to be broken at 15.
However also Andreescu won 4 consecutive games from 0-2 to 4-2
The Pole won 4 minibreaks in the 3rd (3-0), 4th (4-0), 7th (6-1) and 8th (7-1) point. On the other side, Andreescu won a minibreak in the 5th (1-4) point.
Iga won the tiebreak 7-1 after she conquered a decisive 4-0 lead.
This was the tiebreak sequence: 1-0, 2-0, 3-0, 4-0, 4-1, 5-1, 6-1, 7-1
The Pole was flawless in converting all her break points in the 6th (2-4 40-A) and the 9th game (4-4 0-40). On the other side, Bianca converted 75% of her break points (3/4). She had her opportunities in the 1st (0-0 30-40), the 4th (1-2 15-40), the 6th (3-2 0-40) and the 9th game (4-5 15-40).
They contested 73 points. The set was a huge battle since finally Swiatek won just 3 points more than Andreescu (38-35). Iga dropped 19 points on serve (17-19). On the other side, the Canadian conceded 21 points on serve (16-21).
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- Petra KvitovaKvitova – Jessica PegulaPegula (3-1) – H2H details and stats
- Cori GauffGauff – Rebecca PetersonPeterson (0-0) – H2H details and stats
- Barbora KrejcikovaKrejcikova – Aryna SabalenkaSabalenka (1-2) – H2H details and stats