By Jaclyn Stacey
(January 20, 2013) MELBOURNE PARK, Australia – Agnieszka Radwanska won through to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open on Sunday night, demolishing thirteenth seed Ana Ivanovic 6-2, 6-4 in just 70 minutes.
With the win, Radwanska extends her consecutive match winning streak to 13 in 2013, and she has yet to drop a set for the season thus far. She won the titles in Auckland and Sydney coming into the Australian Open.
“Well, what can I say? I’m just very happy that I can play on the very high level. Already 13 matches not even losing a set. Well, I hope I can keep going three more.”
Radwanska made her way to the Wimbledon final in 2012 and lost to Serena Williams but proved she could match it with the top women in the sport. Knowing that she has made a major final before has given her confidence to be able to do it this fortnight at Melbourne Park.
“Well, definitely. I think, you know, a major final is a little different final than any other tournament, so...