French Open: Polish teenager Iga Swiatek Beats Sofia Kenin to win first Grand Slam title for his country

French Open: Polish teenager Iga Swiatek Beats Sofia Kenin to win first Grand Slam title for his country

The Polish teenager Iga Swiatek Beats Sofia Kenin 6-4, 6-1 to win first Grand Slam title for his country. After that, the 19 year girl, Iga Swiatek becomes the youngest women’s French Open champion since Monica Seles in 1992 and the foremost to do so descending a set during the period from Justine Henin in 2007. Iga Swiatek rank was 54th that is the lowest rank for her, but that doesn’t matter and after that she was lowest-ranked woman to win the French Open since rankings were introduced in 1975. With this triumph, Iga Swiatek also became the fourth-youngest women’s singles champion at Roland Garros after Monica Seles, Arantxa Sanchez and Steffi Graff.

After wining the match she made her way into the stands to celebrate with her family, including previous Olympic rower father Tomasz and her mentor Piotr Sierzputowski. After the match Iga Swiatek said that, “It was intense for me. Two years ago I won a junior grand slam and now I’m here. It feels equivalent much a shortened time. I am just submerge.”

Iga Swiatek won the first set 6-4 against kenin after after racing into a 3-0 lead but somewhat chilly conditions before Kenin rallied back for 3-3. Iga Swiatek got through a strained service game at 3-3 and in the best entry of play in the last at that point broke Kenin after another long game in which she spared a game point with a magnificent drop volley having pursued down a drop shot.

Kenin broke present with a radiant strike to trail 5-4 yet Swiatek was devouring the American’s serve and broke for the third time in the set to move to take the open. Swiatek dropped serve toward the beginning of the subsequent set yet hit back promptly and Kenin’s test blurred quickly after she had her left thigh intensely taped.

After glorious victory  Swiatek bashed winners all over the court to announce herself as the sport’s latest sensation in style.