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The final Grand Slam event of the year concludes in Saturday’s French Open women’s final between Poland’s Iga Swiatek and the United States’ Sofia Kenin.
Kenin advanced to her first French Open final after beating seventh-seeded Petra Kvitova in straight sets of Thursday’s semifinals action. Kenin (4-seed) was the highest seeded American in the tournament in a field led by 2018 tournament-winner Simona Halep. 2019 champion Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka did not particpate in the 2020 French Open. Kenin, just 21 years old, is seeking her second major title after winning the 2020 Australian Open where she defeated Garbiñe Muguruza.
Swiatek reached the final by besting Nadia Podoroska in the semis. She also upset Halep in straight sets during the fourth round. The 19-year-old has never reached a Grand Slam final before Saturday. Her best performance came in the 2020 Australian Open where she reached the fourth round, losing to Osaka. Swiatek is unseeded and ranked 54th in the world.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch the 2020 French Open women’s final, including TV information, start time, live stream options and more:
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What channel is the French Open women’s final on?
NBC will air the 2020 French open women’s final. Coverage begins at 9 a.m. ET on Saturday, Oct. 10.
French Open women’s final start time
Start time for the women’s final is set for 9 a.m. ET. This is a 3 p.m. local start in Paris.
How to stream the French Open women’s final live
- Live stream: NBCsports.com | NBC Sports App | fuboTV
For those who can’t be near their TV for the first serve, there are a couple options to watch: NBC will offer live streaming on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App. Another option is fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.
Past women’s French Open champions
No woman has won more French Open titles than Chris Evert’s seven, She last won in 1986. Unlike the men’s tournament dominated by Rafael Nadal, no women’s player has won back-to-back Roland-Garros titles since Justine Henin won three-in-a-row in 2005-07.
|2015||Serena Williams||United States|
|2013||Serena Williams||United States|