Who won the women’s French Open? The French Open is also popular as Roland-Garros. It is a major tennis tournament held more than 2 weeks at the Stade Roland-Garros in Paris. It begins late May every year except 2020. This year, it will begin in late September due to the COVID19 pandemic.
If you want to know who won the Women’s French Open in 2019, here you will get all details:
Who won the women’s French Open?
The Australian Ashleigh Barty, 23, was proclaimed on 8th June 2019 champion of the women’s tournament of Roland Garros. It was her first Grand Slam.
Barty defeated Czech tennis player Marketa Vondrousova, 19, who reached the final without giving up a single set. Barty’s triumph places her at number 2 in the classification, behind the Japanese Naomi Osaka.
The Australian won 6-1 6-3, in 1 and 10 minutes. Three years after returning to the circuit after a long interruption during which she preferred to dedicate herself to cricket.
“I am very happy to win my first Grand Slam here. Marketa has had a great season. Despite appearances, I was very nervous before I started” said the winner, who succeeds Romanian Simona Halep.
First Australian to win in Paris:
Ashleigh Barty thus becomes the first Australian to win in Paris for 46 years, when the legendary Margareth Court did it. “It is special to win here after her, who was an immense champion. But I also remember Samantha Stosur, the last to reach the final in Paris in 2010, and to win a Grand Slam, the 2011 US Open”.
At a time when players who are adept at heavy blows are multiplying, the Australian plays a different, intelligent, and varied game. To raise first big, Barty had to defeat in his last two duels two teenagers who had marked the tournament.
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