2023 French Open Women’s Singles Draw

At the French Open, Every Swiatek Poland’s Roland Garros is going for his third title and fourth Grand Slam singles crown overall.

Matches are televised live on NBC Sports. Peacock and by Championship Points on Tennis Channel Paris.

Poland’s No. 1 player, Swiatek, could join Serena Williams And Justin Henin Only women to win three or more French Opens since 2000.

Turning 22 on Wednesday, she will become the youngest woman to win three French Opens Monica Celes She is the youngest woman to win four Slams overall since Williams in 1992 and 2002.

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But Svidek didn’t go into 2022 with a dominant streak, as he went 16-0 during the spring clay season during an overall 37-match winning streak.

He retired from his last French Open with a right thigh injury and said it was not serious. Before that, he lost to the Australian Open champion in the final of another clay court tournament Arina Sabalenka Belarus.

Sabalenka, the No. 2 seed, is her primary remaining challenge in Paris.

Number 3 Jessica Pegula, the American man or woman with the highest score, was eliminated in the third round. No. 4 Elena Rybakina The Kazakhstani, who has three wins against Swidek this year, withdrew from his third round match due to illness.

Number 6 Coco Coffee, last year’s runner-up to Switek, was the last American eliminated (by Switek in the quarterfinals). She is the last American woman to win a Grand Slam singles title Sophia Kenin At the 2020 Australian Open. The 12-year drought is the longest since Celes for American women Won the 1996 Australian Open.

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2023 French Open Women’s Singles Draw

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