19-year-old Polish player Iga Swiatek defeated Sofia Kenin (USA) in the Roland Garros 2020 final held on October 10 to win the championship.
In 2018, Iga Swiatek won the French Open Women’s Doubles Championship with Caty McNally and the young women’s singles championship at Wimbledon 2018.
Not as highly regarded as rival Kenin (seed number 4), Iga Swiatek (ranked 54 in the world) was a better player when he soon won a break to lead 3 – 0 in set 1. The defending champion The US Open quickly regained its form to tie 3 – 3 in the 6th game.
The two players struggled with each other for another break, but their stellar performance helped Swiatek finish the set with a 6-4 victory.
Entering set 2, Kenin dropped quickly to allow the opponent to win quickly 6 – 1, closing the final victory 2 – 0. Defeating Kenin in the final, Swiatek has crowned the champion perfectly sometimes without losing a single set during the way to the throne.
At the age of 19, Iga became the youngest female tennis player in the past 19 years to reach the Roland Garros final and crown the championship.
Iga Swiatek hasn’t won a title at the WTA or Grand Slam level yet, but she won the championship in her first professional tournament she attended in Stockholm in 2016. The player then took the throne at the Youth Fed Cup. also in 2016.
In 2018, Iga Swiatek won the French Open Women’s Doubles Championship with Caty McNally and the young women’s singles championship at Wimbledon 2018. At Roland Garros 2020, Iga Swiatek has shown remarkable progress when crowned with convincing.
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Now, no one doubts that Iga has enough strength to conquer the 2020 French Open. Because she has just lost 23 games since the beginning of the tournament, has never lost a set, and has never lost more than 5 games per match.
In particular, Iga also progressed to the semi-finals. The daughter of a former Polish rowing player at the Olympics is showing a lot stronger than the 54th in the world. As for Kenin, the 21-year-old American girl will join Iga to create the first Roland Garros final since 2008 with both players under the age of 21.