The world number one was named by Murray as the female player he would love to be in a mixed doubles pairing with but, even though she idolises the Brit, she wants to stay focused on singles.
She told reporters: "It’s a dream come true. I watched Andy when I was younger. He always had such a good game and is such a cool person as well. Really humble and down to earth. So I'm happy he said that. I wish I could play mixed doubles. For me, singles is enough, especially with such an intense and long season.
"I'll just focus on singles but I think Andy will forgive me!"
Swiatek is the defending champion at the US Open and admits that she felt a different type of pressure attending into the New York event.
The Polish player said: "Sometimes you just feel a little bit more pressure because you're, like, not into a rhythm yet and you just kind of have to, like you can get distracted more easily, I feel.
"I remember when I played my first matches in the US Open, I always felt like there is so much going on around, and it was a little bit tougher to focus. This year I didn't feel it, because I practiced a couple of times on the centre court. Even, you know, with all the kids around, because I think the entry was free and so many people came to watch our practices. It was amazing and I got used to the noise and everything."