Polish tennis player Every Svjonteka In the final of the French Open on Saturday, they surprised the winner of this season’s Australian Open Championship, Sofia Kenin, by winning her first Grand Slam title in her career.
The Polish tennis player quickly gained a three-set lead (3-0) in the first set, but in the ninth game he was unable to defend his serve, as a result of which Kenina also played the match ball. In the next game, Švjonteka quickly won the set.
In the second set, the two tennis players took away their first serve, but Kenina also lost her next two services, which largely decided the fate of the game.
Schwyontek is the first Polish tennis player to be crowned Grand Slam champion. On Thursday, she became the first Polish tennis player to reach the final of the French Open in the last 81 years.
19-year-old Schwyontek did not lose a single set in Paris this year, but on average spent a little over an hour on the field in one game. Poliete is the youngest French Open champion since 1992.
Also, Schwyontek became only the second of the seven unsown tennis players to win the French Open. Previously, in 2017, Alona Ostapenko did it for the first time.
Meanwhile, Kenina had the opportunity to become the first tennis player to win two Grand Slam titles in one season since 2016. Previously, this was done by the German Angelika Kerbere, who won in Australia and the United States.
Significantly, Kenina had never played in the quarterfinals in her career in clay tournaments before.
The first number from Australia’s Ashley Barthy, the new US Open champion Naomi Osaka from Japan, as well as the talented Canadian Bianka Andresco did not start this season in the women’s open championship in France.
The Roland Garros tournament was due to take place this year from May 25 to June 7, but in mid-March it was moved to autumn and is the last Grand Slam of the season.
The tournament took place on a clay surface.