Who won 2024 French Open women’s singles final?

Iga Swiatek has waltzed her way to yet another French Open victory, effortlessly brushing aside Jasmine Paolini in straight sets at Roland Garros.

The 23-year-old Polish powerhouse has continued her clay court dominance, lifting her fourth trophy in five years in Paris.


Going into the final, Swiatek was the odds-on favorite to defend her title, and Paolini offered little resistance as Swiatek triumphed with a resounding 6-1, 6-2 win.

After a competitive start, the match slipped from Paolini’s grasp, cementing Swiatek’s reign as the undisputed queen of Roland Garros.


How did Iga Swiatek win the 2024 French Open?

The tale of the tape at the end of the match reveals that Swiatek simply overpowered her opponent from start to finish, with Paolini’s brief window of opportunity closing within the first six games.

A double fault from Paolini handed Swiatek the upper hand at 4-2 in the opening set, and from there, Swiatek never looked back.

Amidst the stands echoing with chants of “Iga, Iga, Iga,” the defending champion breezed through the first set.

Paolini couldn’t elevate her game in the crucial second set, and despite a late push to make it 5-2, Swiatek checked the final box and lifted the trophy.


Iga Swiatek’s French Open record

In recent years, the French Open has transformed into Swiatek’s personal stomping ground, solidifying her status as a force to be reckoned with on the clay courts. With her fourth title at Roland Garros, she now shares the third spot on the all-time list with the legendary Justine Henin.

While USA icon Chris Evert still holds the top spot with an impressive seven titles, Swiatek’s remarkable success at such a young age suggests that she could very well be poised to challenge Evert’s record in the years to come.

French Open record
Year Finish – Opponent
2019 Fourth Round – Simona Halep
2020 Winner – Sofia Kenin
2021 Quarterfinal – Maria Sakkari
2022 Winner – Coco Gauff
2023 Winner – Karolina Muchova
2024 Winner – Jasmine Paoli