Iga Swiatek has no interest in what people expect from her and the world number one will not be "living in the past" as she targets more success this season.
Swiatek was in a class of her own last year, winning a staggering eight titles to firmly establish herself as the best player in the world.
A second French Open title and a maiden US Open triumph were the highlights for the 21-year-old in a stellar 2022.
The Pole will start her quest to win the Australian Open with a first-round match against Germany's Jule Niemeier at Rod Laver Arena on Monday.
Swiatek is the favourite to be crowned champion at Melbourne Park, but will not be putting too much pressure on herself.
"When I don't care about what people think and what their expectations of me are, it's easier for me to succeed," Swiatek told BBC Sport.
"That was what I tried my best to do in 2022.
"Although I'm proud of them, I'm not going to try to match my previous achievements because it would not be constructive.
"A season like that is something amazing and rare. Sure, I would love to do it again, but it's not advantageous to live in the past."
Swiatek was beaten by Danielle Collins at the semi-final stage of the Australian Open 12 months ago.