Jasmine Paolini and Iga Swiatek will face each other in French Open 2024 Final
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French Open 2024: Jasmine Paolini And Iga Swiatek Into The Women’s Final. It’s going to be an electrifying final between Jasmine Paolini and Iga Swiatek at the Roland Garros tomorrow. For Paolini, this will be a career-first Grand Slam final wherein she will face World No. 1 Swiatek on June 8.

Swiatek, 23, emerged as the fourth player of the Open era to win first four semi-finals at Roland Garros, while Paolini is the fifth Italian player in the Open era to qualify for the final, her third at Roland Garros.

In a post-match interview, Paolini, 28, said it seems something impossible, but its true that she is into the final. She applauded Swiatek, saying she is an unbelievable player, so young with do many achievements and Grand Slams. The Italian 12th seed defeated Russia’s 17-year-old Mirra Andreeva 6-2 4-6 6-4 to reach the final.

Paolini shared that she learned a bit later compared to other players. She believes that dreaming is the most important thing in sports and life. The tennis player says her goal on Saturday is to step on the court and try to enjoy the match, enjoy the moment, and play a good game with a superb performance.

Iga Swiatek Powers Into The Final To Face Jasmine Paolini

The World No. 1 singles women’s champion played against Coco Gauff in the semi-finals and secured a 6-2, 6-4 victory. The Americans set aggressiveness to the match but Swiatek dominanted. The Polish player will try to emerge as the third woman, after Justine Henin and Monica Seles, in the Open era to win three consecutive French Open titles.

Swiatek, in an interview, said sometimes it’s hard not to see what’s at stake and what the atmosphere is around the matches. She shared that she is not used to her success and it’s not a routine. Iga, a 4x Grand Slam champion, said she can make it a routine when she’s focused on work and tennis because it’s the easier way to do it. Swiatek brings with her sharpness, skill, superior firepower, a kick serve, and topspin ground strokes.