Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of the 2020 French Open final between teenage, Polish sensation Iga Swiatek and Australian Open champion, Sofia Kenin (USA). It’s a battle between two youngsters with contrasting styles. Can the No.54 in the world upset the No.4 seed? We’ll soon find out as the players are due on Chatrier at 2pm BST.

I. Swiatek vs S. Kenin | Roland-Garros
Women's Singles | Final | 10.10.2020 | Court Philippe-Chatrier
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Updated 10/10/2020 at 14:44 GMT

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Swiatek is the first woman since Justine Henin in 2007 to win Roland Garros without dropping a set. She will move up to 17 in the world on Monday.
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GAME, SET AND MATCH! – SWIATEK 6-4 6-1 KENIN. Remember the name! Iga Swiatek, a 19-year-old with a HUGE future in tennis. She is the 2020 French Open champion and the first Pole to win a Slam. She sees off the challenge of Kenin in just one hour and 24 minutes to cap a fairytale fortnight for the world No.54. She didn’t lose a set throughout her path to lifting the trophy and is a worthy champion. Fittingly, she clinched it with a forehand winner. What a star!

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BREAK! – SWIATEK 6-4 5-1 KENIN. The injury must be playing a role in this now. Kenin’s fight has completely gone. She’s broken to love and to compound her misery slips on the final point. Swiatek will now serve for the title!
SWIATEK 6-4 4-1 KENIN. A sublime drop shot and a first ace of the match help Iga to a very handy hold. Kenin slaps a make-able forehand into the net at 40-0 and there looks like there will only be one winner from here. Swiatek is two games from glory.
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BREAK! – SWIATEK 6-4 3-1 KENIN. The break has not hampered Swiatek’s focus. However, Kenin looks a little lost. The errors leak off her racket and she coughs up a poor break to 15. The Polish 19-year-old is a set and a break to the good!
Kenin is back on court with the upper leg fully strapped. Will it make a difference and has she cleared her head a bit?
SWIATEK 6-4 2-1 KENIN. Finally we have a hold. Swiatek finds some solid serves and that trusty forehand to take the game to 15 and nudge the board in her favour. Meanwhile, Kenin has called for the trainer. After some consultation she is heading off court for a medical time-out.
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BREAK! – SWIATEK 6-4 1-1 KENIN. There’s no let up for the server here. It’s another break as Swiatek’s aggression on the return pays dividends. Kenin fights off one break point but can’t drag herself to the sanctuary of deuce as a wonderful reaching backhand up the line unlocks her defence. All square.
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BREAK! – SWIATEK 6-4 0-1 KENIN. That’s the perfect response from the Australian Open champion. She shows all the grit and determination she has become famous for to lure a forehand error from Iga before drifting a forehand return winner crosscourt to seize the initiative at the start of Set 2.
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SET! – SWIATEK 6-4 KENIN. Sofia continues to battle hard, but this time Iga will not be denied. The Pole conjures up another two set points and delivers on the first when Kenin is forced to sweep a backhand wide. The 19-year-old world No.54's variety proves key as she takes the opener after an absorbing 48 minutes on Chatrier.

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BREAK! – SWIATEK 5-4 KENIN. Wonderful response from the No.4 seed! She refuses to let the opener slip away. Swiatek will rue a backhand into the net on set point, but is then helpless to deny the American as a rasping forehand and brutal backhand return winner see her break back in style.
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BREAK! – SWIATEK 5-3 KENIN. This match is well and truly hotting up now. Kenin gets louder as she battles hard to thwart Iga’s forehand attack. The American screams in delight as she fends off a couple of break points, but her defence eventually flags and she can only drill a backhand into the net on the third. Swiatek will now serve for the set.