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Swiatek outplayed Sharapova and Serena. Roland Garros results, spreads and grids

Date: March 4, 2024 Time: 03:43:04

Swiatek outplayed Sharapova and Serena. Roland Garros results, spreads and grids

Daniil Salnikov June 10, 2023, 23:45 Moscow time

The Polish tennis player had a brilliant final. What will be the decisive game on Sunday for the men?

In the Grand Slam clay competition in Paris on Saturday June 10, several champions were determined. And among them were representatives of Russia. But first things first! Let’s take a look at the layouts, schedule and tournament grids.

Results of day 14. June 10, Saturday

The day’s program included several finals. And the main one was played between women in singles. The first racket in the world and last year’s champion Iga Sviontek, as well as the debutant of the decisive matches on TBS Karolina Muchova from the Czech Republic, reached the decisive match. Despite losing the opening set on all counts, Muchova did not give up, finding strength in herself and dragging Sviontek into her game. Then Mukhova equalized the score in sets, led twice with a break in the deciding set – 2: 0 and 4: 3, but Iga still turned out to be stronger – 6: 2, 5: 7, 6: 4 in 2 hours and 49 minutes

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So Iga defended last year’s title and became the first tennis player in 16 years to do this in Paris since Justine Henin in 2005-2007. Even Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams, who won on the Parisian courts 10 years ago, alternated their victories: the American won in 2011 and 2013, and the Russian won in 2012 and 2014. In addition, the Polish tennis player brought the total number of victories to four in the Helmets. The same number for Naomi Osaka, who is on maternity leave, 7 for Venus Williams, who will turn 43 in a week. So Sviontek has a good chance in the near future to become the leader of big titles among tennis players who have not yet completed her career.

Women. The end Swiatek (Poland, 1) – Muchova (Czech Republic) – 6:2, 5:7, 6:4.


Victory came that day to the Russian tennis players. 15-year-old Alina Korneeva held out in the first set against the stubborn play of Peru’s Pérez-Alarcón, then tightened it in the second game. For Alina, this is the second TBSH title in a season after her success at the Australian Open. Since the time of Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in 2006 and 2007, none of our tennis players have won two junior Slams.

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It is curious that on the same day Alina played in one more final – doubles, but together with the Japanese Sarah Saito she lost to the representatives of the USA Taira Catherine Grant and Clervy Ngunu with a score of 3: 6, 2: 6 . But the winner in the youth doubles final was Yaroslav Demin, who won this title together with the Mexican Rodrigo Pacheco-Méndez.

Girls. The end Korneeva (Russia, 3) – Pérez-Alarcón (Peru, 6) – 7:6, 6:3.


Schedule for the 15th. Interesting matches on Sunday, June 11

The 122nd edition of Roland Garros will end on Sunday with the men’s singles final. 22-time slam winner Novak Djokovic and last year’s finalist Kasper Ruud, who is trying to improve his record, will compete for the title. Novak has beaten this opponent in all four of their previous meetings. But will it work this time?

Men. The end 15:30 Djokovic (Serbia, 3) – Ruud (Norway, 4)


Roland Garros takes place from May 28 to June 11 in Paris. You can follow the games in our text broadcasts and “Championship” materials.

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