Beijing time on October 10 news, the 2020 French Open began the women's singles final competition, 2001 born Sviatek won this year's Australian Open champion, No. 4 seed Kenning 6-4, 6-1, with 7 games without losing a set to win the first Grand Slam title, which is also her first WTA level crown. She also became the first Polish player in history to win a Grand Slam singles title!
Kenning won four of his first six games at the French Open in three sets, while Sviatek did not concede one of the first six, giving up just 23 innings. The two players had a meeting as teenagers, also at the French Open, when Sviatek beat Kenning. The matchup was the first time since the 2008 Australian Open that two under-21 players were vying for a Grand Slam title.
In the final, Sviatek took the lead, and the Polish girl entered the form quickly, after a four-point save, she got the break point and cashed in on Kenning's serve, and after another steady save, she took a 3-0 lead. However, Kenning quickly adjusted, and got a chance to break back 40-15 in the 5th set, and with Sviatek sending a double error, the American girl broke back successfully. The game went into a glue state. In the 8th set, Kenning saved two break points, but still failed to hold them. Sviatek, who ushered in the victory of the set, also failed to seize the opportunity, and Kenning improved the attack and broke successfully for the second time. However, she trailed 15-40 on her own unavoidable serve and came out on top 6-4 as the backhand bounced the ball back into the net.
In the second set, Kenning came up to get a break, but Sviatek quickly stabilized his position, broke with a break, and won 2-1 in the set. Kenning then applied for a medical suspension for a right thigh injury. After the game resumed, Sviatek took the initiative, scoring 13 consecutive points to take a 5-1 lead to the victory of the game. With a front-of-the-beat victory, Sviatek cashed in on the championship points and won 6-1 to win his first Grand Slam title.
Sviatek's road to victory:
6-1, 6-2  Vandrosova (runner-up last year) 63 minutes
6-1, 6-4 Xie Shuwei 67 minutes
6-3, 6-2 Bouchard (top four) 74 minutes
6-1, 6-2  Halep (former champion) 68 minutes
6-3, 6-1 Trevisan 78 minutes
6-2, 6-1 Puerto Rossca 70 minutes
6-4, 6-1  Kenning (Australian Open champion) 84 minutes