Iga Swiatek vs Sofia Kenin Live Stream and Score Updates in 2020 French Open Final
Swiatek and Kenin will face off for the French Open title.


10:58 AM2 years ago
That concludes the presentation ceremony, and our coverage of the women's singles final at this year's French Open.

I hope you enjoyed this live commentary- thank you for following along! This is Oli Dickson Jefford signing off.


10:55 AM2 years ago
"I'm not very good at speeches," jokes Swiatek. "I'm pretty happy that we can still do our job and entertain people," she adds, echoing Kenin's sentiments in regards to crowds.
10:53 AM2 years ago
"I just want to congratulate Iga on a great tournament and a great match," says Kenin. "Thank you so much for the support," she says to the crowd, commenting on how good it is to play in front of some fans.

10:51 AM2 years ago
Sofia Kenin steps and receives her runner-up plate.

Then, the big moment. Iga Swiatek lifts the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen up into the air.

10:49 AM2 years ago
The presentation ceremony has just begin.

Umpire Louise Engzell receives a special shield for her part today.

10:43 AM2 years ago
Major disappointment for Sofia Kenin today, who didn't look 100% physically towards the end of the match.

Still, an Australian Open title and French Open final spot in this most disrupted of seasons is incredibly impressive. The 21-year-old will surely win more titles in the future.

10:42 AM2 years ago
Not only a first slam title for Swiatek, but a first WTA title in just her *second* final on tour. She emulates Jelena Ostapenko three years ago in winning her first tour title at Roland Garros.
10:39 AM2 years ago
"I don't know what's going on, I'm so happy," says Swiatek during an on-court interview with Marion Bartoli.

2000 champion Mary Pierce will present the Coupe Suzanne Lenglen to her shortly.

10:38 AM2 years ago
Swiatek has just run up into the stands to celebrate with her coaching box.

Might not be the last time we see her do that over the next decade or so.

10:36 AM2 years ago
Not only a superb hour and 24 minutes today but a superb fortnight for Swiatek.

She captures her first Grand Slam title without dropping a set, and becomes the first Pole in history to win a Grand Slam singles title.

10:34 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 6-4 6-1 Kenin: Iga Swiatek wins the French Open

She's done it! Iga Swiatek is the 2020 French Open champion.

The Pole holds a first championship point at 40-30 and a forehand winner hands her the title.

10:30 AM2 years ago

*Swiatek 6-4 5-1 Kenin: Swiatek breaks

Swiatek has been exploiting Kenin's physical issues superbly these past few games.

She breaks to love and will serve for the title.

10:27 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 6-4 4-1 Kenin*

Kenin may not be at 100%, but Swiatek is playing perfectly right now.

A superb hold to love for the Pole. She's just two games away from a first Grand Slam title. 

10:25 AM2 years ago

*Swiatek 6-4 3-1 Kenin: Swiatek breaks

Swiatek starting to boss proceedings and she breaks for the fourth consecutive game.

Kenin is now noticeably struggling with her movement. 

10:22 AM2 years ago
Kenin is back on court with a lot more strapping around her left thigh.

She'll serve in a moment.

10:20 AM2 years ago
Swiatek looking fairly relaxed at the moment, hitting a few serves whilst Kenin receives her MTO.

The world number 54 will be pretty satisfied with her afternoon so far.

10:17 AM2 years ago
Kenin has gone off court, seemingly with a left thigh issue. She'll receive a three minute medical timeout.
10:15 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 6-4 2-1 Kenin*

After five straight breaks of serve, a comfortable hold from Swiatek sees her take the lead in the second.

Kenin struggling to control her unforced errors at the moment.

10:12 AM2 years ago

*Swiatek 6-4 1-1 Kenin: Swiatek breaks

A huge double fault hands Swiatek two break points, and a stunning backhand winner on the second sees her restore parity to the second set.
10:08 AM2 years ago
Just six winners and 13 unforced errors for Kenin in the opening set. She'll be looking for that to change.

13 winners and 15 unforced errors for Swiatek.

10:07 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 6-4 0-1 Kenin*: Kenin breaks

Great start to the second set for Kenin. Some aggressive tennis sees her build a break point, and she takes it with a return winner.
10:01 AM2 years ago
Disappointing end to the set from Kenin, but she'll take heart from her Australian Open final earlier this year.

She dropped the first set their 6-4, before dropping just four games across the next two sets.

Both women have gone off court.

10:00 AM2 years ago
A good contest so far. Some wobbles on serve from both but it's Swiatek who has been edging the crucial exchanges so far.

She's still yet to drop a set this tournament, and is a set away from history.

9:59 AM2 years ago

*Swiatek 6-4 Kenin: Swiatek takes opening set

Kenin had done so well to work her way back from a break down twice, but some costly errors cost her.

Swiatek builds a 15-40 lead and a wide backhand from Kenin hands the Pole the opening set. 

9:55 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 5-4 Kenin*: Kenin breaks

Swiatek recovers from 15-30 down to hold a set point, but she can't convert as she nets a backhand.

Kenin forces break point and a superb return sees her break back. We're back on level terms.

9:49 AM2 years ago

*Swiatek 5-3 Kenin: Swiatek breaks

A lengthy games sees Kenin save two break points after what appeared to be a straightforward service hold, but she nets a forehand on a third break point.

Swiatek will serve for the set. 


9:38 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 4-3 Kenin*

A little bit of trouble for Swiatek as she's pulled to deuce by Kenin, but the Pole converts a third game point to keep scoreboard pressure on the American.

A good contest so far.

9:31 AM2 years ago

*Swiatek 3-3 Kenin

After a slow start, Kenin has regained her rhythm nicely. Swiatek is able to get some strikes in but Kenin holds to 30.

For the first time, we're on level terms

9:27 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 3- 2 Kenin*: Kenin breaks

Kenin has certainly settled into this match and, hitting the ball solidly, gets to 15-40 thanks to a couple of errors from Swiatek.

A first double fault from Swiatek sees her relinquish the break. Ouch.

9:23 AM2 years ago

*Swiatek 3-1 Kenin

Some consistently aggressive tennis from the American and she gets on the board with a hold to 30. That will feel good. 
9:19 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 3-0 Kenin*

Kenin wins just her third point of the match with a return winner at 40-0, but she can't work her way back into the game.

A sublime opening three games from Swiatek.

9:15 AM2 years ago

*Swiatek 2-0 Kenin: Swiatek breaks

Just as in all her matches so far, a bright start for Swiatek. Some strong returning means she needs just one break point to break Kenin's serve.
9:12 AM2 years ago

Swiatek 1-0 Kenin*

Hold to love to begin for Swiatek, helped by a generous net cord at 30-0. Think she'll be pretty happy with that start.
9:09 AM2 years ago
The warm up is done.

Here. We. Go.

9:08 AM2 years ago

Career high rankings on the line

Both women will reach a career high if they win today.

Kenin will equal her high of fourth if she loses, but will rise three spots to world no. three if she prevails.

Swiatek is already guaranteed a career high, though will rise to 17th in the rankings if she wins today.

9:06 AM2 years ago

Swiatek to serve first

Umpire Louise Engzell conducts the coin toss and it is Kenin who wins it.

The sixth seed chooses to receive, chucking Swiatek right in the deep end in her first Grand Slam final.

9:03 AM2 years ago

Players on court

The players head onto court, with Swiatek seemingly getting the slightly better reception from the 1000 socially distanced fans present on Court Philippe Chatrier.

Not that she would have noticed, with 'Welcome to the Jungle' likely blaring out of her headphones as she strolled onto court.

9:02 AM2 years ago
So much has been made about how tennis is getting older, though this match is perhaps another sign that players are breaking through at a younger age once again.

This will be the youngest Grand Slam final since Maria Sharapova and Ana Ivanovic, both aged 20, played the Australian Open final in 2008.

8:57 AM2 years ago

Evert: 'Serving will be an important aspect'

Chris Evert, who won seven of her 18 Grand Slam singles titles at Roland Garros, has highlighted serving as a key  factor in this final.

Evert believes that Swiatek will pick up more free points due to her bigger serve, whilst Kenin might struggle due to her weaker second serve.

'Serving will be an important aspect,' she says. 

I think it's fair to say she knows what she is talking about.

8:53 AM2 years ago

Kenin's road to the final

Kenin has had a much tougher time reaching the final, being pushed to four three-set matches, though has progressed to her first ever final on clay.

R1: def Liudmila Samsonova 6-4, 3-6, 6-3

R2: def Ana Bogdan 3-6, 6-3, 6-2

R3: def (Q) Irina Bara 6-2, 6-0

R4: def Fiona Ferro 2-6, 6-2, 6-1

QF: def Danielle Collins 6-4, 4-6, 6-0

SF: def (7) Petra Kvitova 6-4, 7-5

8:47 AM2 years ago

Swiatek's road to the final

The Pole has cruised through to what is just her second WTA Tour final, not yet dropping a set and just *23* games in total. A phenomenal run:

R1: def (15) Marketa Vondrousova 6-1, 6-2

R2: def Hsieh Su-Wei 6-1, 6-4

R3: def (WC) Eugenie Bouchard 6-3, 6-2

R4: def (1) Simona Halep 6-1, 6-2

QF: def (Q) Martina Trevisan 6-3, 6-1

SF: def (Q) Nadia Podoroska 6-2, 6-1

8:39 AM2 years ago

Kenin hoping to emulate Kerber

A win for Kenin today would see her become the first woman since Angelique Kerber in 2016 to win multiple Grand Slams in a season.

She would also become the first person since Kerber to win her first and second Grand Slam titles in the same season.

8:37 AM2 years ago
The world number 54 is also looking to become the first teenager since Iva Majoli in 1997 to win the title at Roland Garros. 

23 years ago, Majoli beat reigning Australian Open champion Martina Hingis to win her sole major. Can Swiatek beat reigning Australian Open champion Kenin today?

8:35 AM2 years ago

Swiatek looking to make history

Swiatek would become the first Polish player in history to win a Grand Slam singles title if she wins today, and would also be just the second person born in the 21st century to win a Grand Slam title- Bianca Andreescu became the first at the US Open last summer.
8:33 AM2 years ago
Hello! Welcome to our live coverage. I'm Oli Dickson Jefford and I'll be taking you through this French Open final between Iga Swiatek and Sofia Kenin.

Swiatek and Kenin should be on court in around 30 minutes time.

1:41 AM2 years ago

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1:40 AM2 years ago

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6:37 PM2 years ago
Swiatek has arguably displayed the best form heading into the final and is the bookies’ favorite for victory, though Kenin has lost just one in 17 Grand Slam matches this season and is proving incredibly difficult to break down. It will be a fascinating contest.
6:32 PM2 years ago
Unlike the US Open finals which were held behind closed doors, there will be 1000 socially distanced fans in the stands of the iconic Court Philippe Chatrier to witness this contest. 2000 ranking points will head the winner’s way.
6:27 PM2 years ago
This will be the first WTA-level meeting between Swiatek and Kenin, though the two did meet in the junior tournament at Roland Garros four years ago. It was the Pole who prevailed on that occasion, though it will be interesting to see what has changed four years on.
6:22 PM2 years ago
In contrast Kenin has had a trickier road to the final, dropping sets in four of her six matches. However, she has raised her game when it has mattered most this tournament and that was evident in her semifinal where she saw off two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova in straight sets in her semifinal.
6:17 PM2 years ago
Unseeded, Swiatek has amazed many with her tennis in Paris over the past fortnight. The teenager has not dropped a set on her way to the final, with a dominant win over top seed and world number two Simona Halep in the fourth round the highlight of her campaign so far.
6:12 PM2 years ago
Poland's Swiatek is aiming to win not only her first Grand Slam title but also her first WTA title, whilst American Kenin is hoping to win a second slam of 2020 after winning the Australian Open back in January.
6:07 PM2 years ago
The French Open title will be at stake when Iga Swiatek and Sofia Kenin face off at Roland Garros.