Iga Swiatek has a 3-worded response as she fangirls over Taylor Swift who was named Times Person of the Year
Iga Swiatek lauded Taylor Swift's spirit as the pop star featured on Time Magazine cover.
Taylor Swift, Iga Swiatek (Images via Vogue India, On India)
Polish tennis ace Iga Swiatek could not stop fangirling over Taylor Swift as the American pop star was named the Times Person of the Year for 2023. Swiatek shared a three-worded response as Swift was featured on the Time Magazine cover with her cat, Benjamin Button.
Iga Swiatek lauded Taylor Swift for her spirit as the American revealed what was her response when she was told that she would be featured on the Time Magazine cover.
As Time Magazine announced on Wednesday that Taylor Swift has been named the Person of the Year for 2023 and shared the image of the cover featuring the American pop star with her cat, Swift joked about her first reaction when she was informed about the same.
Swift claimed that she immediately asked if she bring her cat with her when she was informed that she would be named the Person of the Year. Iga Swiatek, meanwhile, lauded Swift for the spirit.
That's the spirit.Iga Swiatek commented under Taylor Swift’s post on X (formerly Twitter).
A new and thriller season awaits Iga Swiatek
Iga Swiatek has made the most of her off-season, enjoying her time doing things she loves. Now, a fresh and thriller season awaits the Pole ace who has been drawn as the top seed at the 2024 Australian Open. While Siwatek will start her season with the United Cup, her eyes will be set on the year’s first Grand Slam.
The Pole ace could not defend her title last time around as Aryna Sabalenka won her maiden Grand Slam title at Melbourne Park. Nevertheless, Swiatek will be pumped up to clinch the year’s first Grand Slam title this time around, considering she ended the year on a high.
The 22-year-old Pole won the WTA Finals title and also ended the year as the top-ranked player on the tour. She reclaimed the throne after it was snatched by Sabalenka post her early exit from the 2023 US Open. The Polish ace worked on her mental game after getting knocked out from the Flushing Meadows.
She won the China Open on her return to action and also claimed the title in Cancun Mexico to reign supreme at the end of the season. Now, with a new season slated to start in a few weeks, Siwatek will be all prepped up to go bonkers right from the start.
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