Iga Swiatek won her third Women’s French Open in the last four years. She faced Karolina Muchova in the final on Saturday. Also, World No. 1 dominated the match. She was confident since she had never lost a set in a grand slam final. In addition, she won her first French Open in 2020 when she was 19 years old.
In the second set, Swiatek had a 3-0 lead. It seemed like she would cruise to her third Roland Garros trophy. However, Muchova started to find her rhythm. As a result, she began making shots.
Muchova won the second set. The third set was close as both players scrambled to gain the momentum that could help them win the title. According to pay per head bookie sources, Swiatek held her serve and defended a breakpoint to get a 5-4 lead over Muchova. Then, she broke Muchova in the next game to secure her second French Open trophy in a row.
Iga Swiatek Wins French Open
Muchova’s participation in the dramatic climax capped off a spectacular event in which she reached the final of a grand slam for the first time just one year after being advised by some physicians that her tennis career could have been finished owing to the severity of her injuries.
In the tournament’s semifinals, she overcame a 2-5 deficit and match point against world No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka to shock the Belarusian and advance to her first Grand Slam final. According to pay per head reviews and news sites, Muchová was initially held back behind the baseline by Switaek’s strength, which led to numerous unforced errors on her part.
Although she got off to a sluggish start, the Czech player ultimately worked her way back into the match and even forced a break-back point, but Swiatek eventually held after a sequence of deuces to build up a 4-1 lead.
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