Iga Swiatek reinforced her position as the world's premier player by securing a proficient 6-4, 6-3 win against Croatian Petra Martic at Wimbledon on Thursday, extending her winning streak to 21 matches. The 23-year-old Polish star has claimed victories at the Madrid and Rome Opens, along with the Roland Garros title, before transitioning to the Wimbledon grass and advancing to the third round. Despite having won five Grand Slams but never advancing past the quarter-finals at Wimbledon, Swiatek appeared at ease on the Centre Court grass, although she faced challenges from Martic's powerful serve and groundstrokes. Martic, who is 10 years older and ranked 85th globally, slipped and required medical attention after the seventh game of the first set but continued without apparent issues. Swiatek sealed the first set with her first break point, executing an aggressive forehand that Martic could only send into the net. She then broke Martic's serve in the eighth game of the second set, secured match point with a strong forehand winner, and concluded the match with a serve that Martic failed to return.