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Swiatek’s power game too much for Osorio in

Two 21-year-olds faced off on Rod Laver Arena to kick off Day 3 at the 2023 Australian Open, and

"It was really intense, and pretty physical," Swiatek said in press, after her win

Here are some takeaways from the top seed’s latest victory on a rainy Wednesday:

Swiatek's power game pays off: Both Swiatek and Osorio had starry junior careers at around the same

Osorio has already tasted success on the Hologic WTA Tour, winning her first title on home soil

Osorio even broke Swiatek three times, including when the Pole served for the match at 6-2, 5-1

But in the end, the Swiatek power game which has led her to the top of the

Swiatek used her forehand to great effect, with 13 rally winners from that side

"I know [Osorio is] gonna fight till the end and she's not going to give anything for

Swiatek continues to dominate early: The Polish star has also become unshakeable in early rounds of Grand

This continued on Wednesday, when she won her 12th straight second-round match at a major

Swiatek hasn't lost before the third round of a major since the 2019 US Open

1: Swiatek could face a fellow Grand Slam champion in her next match

If Swiatek were to face Andreescu, she should continue to maintain her steely demeanor and her assertive

That would let her match a player in Andreescu who similarly shot to fame with a meteoric

Swiatek can lean on the fact that she beat Andreescu in their only previous tour-level meeting, a 7

Clay is different, especially in Rome where it's really like the slowest surface on tour

But there's not many tactical stuff that I can get from that match

But Bucsa should also not be taken lightly -- the 25-year-old Spaniard has methodically risen up the

Bucsa beat fellow qualifier Eva Lys on Monday to reach the second round at her second straight