Here’s an article about how the finals went this afternoon:
battle is about to begin:
Muchova not only wants to beat the world No. 1 In Swatek is also the number one seed in the Grand Slam. The Czech entered the tournament as an unseeded player, so it would be frustrating if she took the title.
Here’s an interesting fact Muchova is the fourth-worst player to reach the French Open women’s singles final. Her world ranking is 43rd.
Muchova spoke about her playing style ahead of her clash with Swiatek, saying: “I don’t really want to be like everyone else. It’s the type of game I love and believe in. We’re trying to improve it with the team. Now we can see it works, which is good. I’ll keep it that way .”
Swatek talks about her opponent ahead of final: “I feel like I know Karolina’s game anyway because I’ve trained with her a lot since 2019 and I’ve watched her more than most players. I really like her game. I really respect her, she’s a do-it-all player. She has good touch. She can also speed up the game. She has a lot of freedom of movement and has great technique. I feel like I know her game well. “
Welcome to the women’s singles French Open final. Two weeks of grueling porting came down to this.World number one Ihe Svatek Compete with world No. 43 Karolina Muchova for the Grand Slam crown.
The furthest Muchova has gone in a Grand Slam before reaching the final is a semi-final at the 2021 Australian Open. Swatek, on the other hand, has won three Grand Slam titles, including two French Opens. She is the defending French Open champion and will fight to keep her title.
It’s a slight David vs. Goliath, but we all know how the story plays out, and it’s a grand slam — anything can happen. Let me know your predictions for today’s game and where you’ll be watching via Twitter or email.
We’ll be doing some prep work ahead of our scheduled start time of 2pm BST, so stay tuned for everything you need to know ahead of the finale.