Iga Swiatek, 22, won the Suzanne Lenglen Cup on Saturday for the third time in four years, becoming the youngest to win the Grand Slam on clay twice in a row since Monica Seles in 1992.
Rafael Nadal’s Roland Garros record may be long for Iga Swiatek, but the Pole has now triumphed at Roland Garros three times and tournament director Amelie Mauresmo sees more success for her in Paris.
“She has had this special relationship with Roland Garros over the years. She is still young, won her first title in 2020 and we can imagine she will lift the trophy many times here,” the former told reporters. world number one and two-time major Mauresmo champion. Swiatek defeated Czech Karolina Muchova 6-2 5-7 6-4 in the final.