The final stretch of Roland Garros 2022 is approaching and the final of the women's draw is just around the corner. After several weeks of competition, we already know who will be the tennis players who will compete for the title this coming Saturday, June 4. It will be the Polish tennis player Iga Świątek and the American Cori Gauff who will face each other in the Roland Garros final.
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The first, favorite to take the trophy, could retain the title that she already won in 2020 and, in addition, distance herself from her main rival in the fight for number 1 in the WTA ranking, Barbora Krejčíková – who is the current champion of the Parisian tournament.
For his part, Gauff, one of the great sensations of the championship, could win what would be his first Grand Slam at just 18 years old.
Świątek needed just two sets to get rid of Russia's Daria Kasátkina, whom she crushed 6-2, 6-1 to seal her ticket to the final triumphantly.
Nor did the American have a difficult time, who dominated with a 6-3 and 6-1 the Italian Martina Trevisan who, although she tried to stand up to her competitor, could not get the match back on track.
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But when will the women's final at Roland Garros take place? And where can the match between Świątek and Cori Gauff be seen?
The women's final at Roland Garros will be held just one day before, on Saturday June 4, with the semifinals still to be played.
It will be the Polish tennis player Iga Świątek and the American Cori Gauff, who will face each other in the final of the women's draw of the tennis tournament. This last match will be on Saturday, June 4 at 3:00 p.m. Spanish time on the Philippe Chatrier court.
The match can be seen live from 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 4 through the Eurosport channel, available on payment platforms, and through the Eurosport mobile application.