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Taylor Swift leaves tennis star in tears with thoughtful gesture at UK concert

Taylor Swift leaves tennis star in tears with thoughtful gesture at UK concert

French Open winner Iga Świątek ended up in tears during Taylor Swift's Eras Tour in Liverpool

We all know Taylor Swift is dedicated to her fanbase and always goes up and beyond for those she thinks needs it the most.

For instance, French Open winner Iga Świątek ended up in tears during one of Swift's recent Eras Tour shows in Liverpool, and she even received a wonderful gift from the singer.

Świątek has been a Swiftie for years and has been pretty open about her love for the Grammy award-winner.

It was only recently that she took to social media to update fans after trying to get her agent to nab her some tickets to a Swift concert during a Madrid Open press conference in April.

Well, it appears something even better happened when Świątek shared a picture of herself crying with a note written on a Swift letterhead.

Taylor Swift recently celebrated her 100th show in her Eras Tour in Liverpool. Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management
Taylor Swift recently celebrated her 100th show in her Eras Tour in Liverpool. Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Świątek took to X to share what happened: “I'm dead. Yes, I cried many times during the show. Yes, it was incredible. You are amazing @taylorswift13.”

The 23-year-old Polish tennis player joined a list of celebs who attended the concert such as former Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp.

When Świątek received her letter from Swift, people speculated that it was a congratulatory note about her recent win.

However, being the best has its setbacks and it was mere weeks ago that she released a statement after winning the women’s final in Paris last month which drained her.

Świątek said: “Due to overall physical and mental fatigue after an intense nine weeks, unfortunately I do need to withdraw from the tournament in Berlin in order to rest and recover.”

Hopefully she’ll be back and better on 1 July when she’s next scheduled at Wimbledon.

Iga Świątek cried tears of joy after receiving a handwritten note from Swift. (X/@iga_swiatek)
Iga Świątek cried tears of joy after receiving a handwritten note from Swift. (X/@iga_swiatek)

But that’s not the only good thing to come out of Swift’s recent gigs.

When playing in Liverpool, the pop-star noticed some fans had a really naff view of her due to the seating plan.

During her songs she went over to acknowledge them, heading over to the restricted sections as she sang 'it's me, hi, I'm the problem it's me' from 'Anti-Hero'.

Swift also had some words for those who showed up to her concert, saying: "This is my very first time getting to play a show in Liverpool and I'm so excited.

"What you have already done here is crazy because it's been raining all day, you have braved the rain, you came here ready, draped yourself in plastic, you've been standing here, you've been ready for the show...

"I know a lot of you travelled a far distance... those things mean the world to us, going above and beyond and welcoming us to Liverpool, we love you so much."

Swift's appearance in Liverpool was her 100th concert of the Eras Tour, and she was thrilled.

The star continued: "I think I once had hobbies, but I don’t know what they were anymore, because all I do when I’m not on-stage is sit at home, and try to think of clever acoustic song mashups, and think about what you might want to hear.

“When I’m not on the stage, I’m dreaming about being back on the stage with you guys.”

LADbible has contacted representatives for Taylor Swift for comment.

Featured Image Credit: Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management/X/iga_swiatek

Topics: Music, Sport, Taylor Swift, Celebrity