Sibiontech beat Carolina Muhova of the Czech Republic


Sibiontech beat Carolina Muhova of the Czech Republic 2-1 (6-25-7 6-4) in the final held at Stade Roland Garros in Paris on the 10th. Following 2020 and 2022, she has won the women’s singles title three times in the past four years until this year, becoming the “Queen of Roland Garros.” It is his fourth major singles title since last year’s US Open. In particular, it is the first time in 16 years that Sibion Tech has won the women’s singles title at the French Open since Justine Enin (Belgium), who won for three consecutive years from 2005 to 2007. The prize money is 2.3 million euros (about 3.19 billion won). 스포츠토토탑

Born in 2001, Sibiong Tech became the youngest player to win four majors in 21 years since Serena Williams of the U.S. Williams, who was born in 1981, won her fourth major title at the 2002 U.S. Open at the age of 21. Sibiong Tech also wrote a record of “undefeated finals” in which they reached four major finals and won all games. This is the third time after Monica Seles (USA) and Naomi Osaka (Japan). Civiontech’s second consecutive loss at the French Open is tantamount to ending the “Spring and Autumn War” aspect of women’s courts, which had not been able to find the strongest player since Williams gave birth in 2017. He is only 176 centimeters tall and is not a style that puts his physical strength and power first, but he stands out for his defensive skills with fast speed and smart game management skills. In the final, he also showed off his defense that is close to a stunt several times, ranking first with a 60% chance of scoring in the opponent’s serve game.

Sibiong Tech broke the opponent’s first serve game in the first set and won the first set in just 44 minutes. In the first set alone, Muhova, who reached the major final for the first time, poured out 14 shots, nearly three times the number of Sibiong Tech (5). Muhova became the only player to bring a set against Sibiong Tech in the second set, but Sibiong Tech defended the title in two hours and 46 minutes by breaking Mujoba’s serve game in the third set game 5-4, which alternately called General and Meng. On the other hand, Muhova failed to achieve her dream of winning her first major singles title by giving up her final score in vain with a double fault. In terms of the number of successful attacks, Muhova led 30-19, but was hampered by 11 more errors (38) than Sibiong Tech (27).

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