Iga Swiatek beat Jasmine Paolini to win French Open title 2024

Iga Swiatek beat Jasmine Paolini

Iga Swiatek beat Jasmine Paolini to win French Open title 2024

Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek beat Italian Jasmine Paolini in the Women’s French Open final in her consecutive third championship title. This match happened at Stade Roland Garros in Paris on June 8, 2024.

It was 69 minutes thrilling match in which the top-ranked player Iga defeated 12th rank Jasmine. Hence, it showed her constant focus and resilience to secure the 2024 French Open Women’s title.

This win also raised Iga to the top of the women’s tennis rankings. It is her fourth French Open title and third in a row. Only Justine Henin and Monica Seles have won three consecutive finals at Roland Garros during the Open era.

Iga Swiatek beat Jasmine Paolini by a match set series 6-2, 6-1. Even though Jasmine played bravely at first, Iga overcame her easily and won the French Open 2024 championship without effort.

Jasmine moved off to an impressive start in the match. She attacked Swiatek with her big forehand and kept trying to put her under pressure.

She almost threw herself at the ball at times as she tried to get it early and take control of the game. But, Iga soon gained control of the game and Jasmine lost to her by a 2-1 lead.

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Iga is the world’s number one tennis player and keeps building her career as one of the best clay court players. Her records keep coming up with her great potential in the tennis court field.

She is the youngest woman at 23 to win a fourth French Open title. Moreover, she has a 35-2 (95% success) record at the French Open. However, Serena Williams is the only other woman to have won the Madrid, Rome, and French Open titles all three times.

Iga has won 12 out of 22 titles on hard courts. She won four of her five titles on a clay court in Paris. Hence, she will be No. 1 for the 107th week in her tennis career. She will soon add more records to her tennis portfolio to retain her championship.

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