Reigning Roland Garros champion Iga Swiatek has long credited sports psychologist Daria Abramowicz with getting her mind in the right spot to capture her first Grand Slam title. As she kicks off her title defense in Paris, Daniela Hantuchova goes deep with Abramowicz in the latest episode of "Credentialed: Roland Garros."

"We're trying to create an attitude where we're trying to compete, and not defend," Abramowicz says of the pressures currently facing the Pole. "Every single match is its own story, as is every single tournament, and that's how I would like Iga to approach the game."

It's been a fine approach thus far for the No. 8 seed, who has been on a roll since winning the Internazionali BNL d'Italia in Rome, where she double-bageled former champion Karolina Pliskova in the final.

Swiatek has been equally emphatic in Paris, dropping two more 6-0 sets in her first two matches to reach the round of 32.

"It might sound a little poetic, but I saw a kind of fire that is something unique for athletes who have the potential to reach great things," Abramowicz said of her young charge. "Nowadays in sport, there are so many puzzles to put together, so she wants to put the work in all areas needed to be complementary."

Check out the full interview, which goes on to cover mental health and advice for retired players, right here!