LIVE Roland-Garros: First scans confirm Zverev's very bad injury

LIVE Roland-Garros: First scans confirm Zverev’s very bad injury

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Zverev reveals more about his big ankle injury

On Instagram, Alexander Zverev gives his news and tells more about the results of the first tests on his ankle, after his big injury and his retirement against Rafael Nadal in the semifinals.

“Now I am back home. According to the first medical tests, it seems that I have several tears in the lateral ligaments of my right foot. I will be heading to Germany on Monday for further tests to determine the best and fastest way to recover.”

All is not lost for Coco Gauff

Defeated in the singles final, Coco Gauff continues to compete in doubles with compatriot Jessica Pegula. The American duo will challenge the French Kristina Mladenovic and Caroline García this Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on the Philippe-Chatrier court for the final. She can count on the support of Michelle Obama to carry out her mission.

Iga Swiatek equals Venus Williams for her 35th win in a row

Swiatek does double duty. In addition to Roland-Garros, Iga Swiatek becomes the co-recorder of the longest series of wins since 2000. She joins Venus Williams with 35 wins. However, she is still far from the rank 74 hits of Martina Navratilova in 1984.

Coco Gauff on public support

“I haven’t lost that confidence, but I have to recover from this loss. The French crowd was amazing today. When they saw that I wouldn’t win, they still supported me. I had a great experience.”

Coco Gauff at the level of Swiatek

“She played at an incredible level, I couldn’t do anything. I will train to come back.”

Coco Gauff on her tears at the end of the match

“I hope there are other finals. I felt a lot of emotions and I’m still in it, that’s why I cried.”

Iga Swiatek at her second coronation at Porte d’Auteuil

“When I hear my anthem I always get very excited. I don’t have a lot of experience in this area. It’s completely different from my first win. I knew what was going to happen there. Last time I was confused. This year I worked hard to get there, there was a lot of Pressure”.

Iga Swiatek also moved during the delivery of the Suzanne-Lenglen trophy

“I told Coco not to cry and I’m the one crying (laughs). First of all, I want to congratulate you (Gauff, editor’s note), you did something very beautiful. I remember when I was your age and I didn’t know what to do on the circuit. I’m sure you’ll come back. I would like to thank my team, without you I would not be here. You know how hard I work, so thanks for everything. I want to thank my father, I will not be in the world without him, I want to thank my sister who is at home and everyone who has worked to get to this level, I have done everything to get back to the level of 2020 but it was very hard, the pressure was enormous. Thanks to all the fans who came out. Thanks to the tournament director and the FFT. I’m still motivated to come here. I would also like to address Ukraine “Stay strong! From the beginning I always hoped that the situation would improve. Thank you and see you next year.”

Coco Gauff on the verge of tears after her defeat in the final

“It is a first time for me. I would like to congratulate Iga, what you are doing on the circuit is incredible. I hope we can compete in other finals and that they come back to me (smiles). I would like to say hello. my team. I’m sorry I couldn’t win this match. Thank you, I hope there are other finals. Thank you guys who supported me even when I was behind. Thank you”.

(6-1, 6-3) – Iga Swiatek wins her second Roland-Garros

Iga Switek won this final in straight sets (6-1, 6-3) against Coco Gauff overwhelmed by the event. The Pole needed an hour to win the second Roland-Garros of her career. The Pole will have lost only one set during this Parisian fortnight against Zheng in the round of 16.

(6-1, 5-3) – Iga Swiatek serves for the match

Swiatek’s coronation will wait for one more game. Service for the Poles.

(6-1, 5-2) – Swiatek one step away from the title

Swiatek is just one match away from his second Roland-Garros after 2020.

(6-1, 4-2) – Swiatek goes for the title

And Swiatek continues his march forward. After disarming his opponent, Swiatek takes Gauff’s serve and is just two games away from victory. Iga Swiatek has just played four games in a row.

(6-1, 3-2) – Swiatek returns to the front

Swiatek resumed his forward march and won this game on serve. Somewhat pushed by Gauff, the Warsaw native put the church back in the middle of town by regaining the lead.

(6-1, 2-2) – The Pole breaks Gauff

Return to the starting point. Iga Swiatek wins this game serving the American and goes back to two all around.

(6-1, 1-2) – Swiatek responds

On her serve, Swiatek sets the record straight and returns to a Coco Gauff game in this second act. Coco Gauff will try to keep the advantage of him on his serve.

(6-1, 0-2) – Gauff confirms his break!

The American continues and leads 2-0 in this second set. It’s another Coco Gauff on the Philippe-Chatrier court. Iga Swiatek, who doesn’t seem overwhelmed either, continues in the direction. We feel very serene to the 21-year-old player.

(6-1, 0-1) – Gauff break Swiatek

Coco Gauff returns with other intentions for this second set! The American broke the Pole in the first game thanks to a foul by the world number one. The start of a new game?

Swiatek in history in case of victory

The Pole could join Venus Williams in the event of victory. With 35 consecutive wins, she would become a joint record holder for the longest winning streak since 2000.

(6-1) – First round for Swiatek

Intractable, Iga Swiatek wins the first round of this final against Coco Gauff (6-1). The step seems too high for the 18-year-old facing Swiatek’s formidable forehand. The Pole completed this first act in just 32 minutes.

(5-1) – Swiatek close to the first set

If in previous games Coco Gauff got into trouble on her own, in this game the American cannot resist the cannon shots of the Polish, intractable on her right.

(4-1) – Gauff’s first game

Coco Gauff finally holds her first game Battered by the world number one, the American finally comes out on top and wins her first game on serve. Swiatek still holds a three-point lead in this first set.

(4-0) – Nightmare start for Gauff

40-15 in Game 4 Swiatek isn’t really worried at the moment. He is starting to be worrisome to young Coco Gauff.

(3-0) – Swiatek continues

Too vague, Gauff gets into trouble on his own. If he was able to save two break points, the third one was good for Swiatek. For her part, the Polish, without being transcendent, continues with her impeccable performance. Swiatek service.

(2-0) – Swiatek starts strong, Gauff hits hard

Broken from the start, Coco Gauff was unable to imitate Swiatek when the Polish player was brought into play. Led two games to nil, the young American is already forced to react.

Gabriel Debru wins junior Roland-Garros!

Frenchman Gabriel Debru (16) won Roland-Garros Junior at the expense of Gilles Arnaud Bailly in straight sets (7-6, 6-3). Debru, who disposed of the Belgian in 2h02, only lost a small set during his week in Paris. He was in the semi-final against Croatian Dino Prizmic.

The Grenoble native succeeds his compatriot Luca Van Assche, winner in 2021.

18 years and first Grand Slam final for Coco Gauff

At just 18 years old, Coco Gauff will play the first Grand Slam final of her young career that began in 2019. Eighth finalist at the Australian Open 2020 and quarterfinalist at Roland-Garros 2021, Cori ou “Coco” Gauff has won two tournaments in his career: the Emilia-Romagna Open in 2021 and the Austrian Open in 2019.

34 games undefeated for Swiatek

She’s not number one in the world for nothing. The Polish Iga Swiatek has not lost since February in the Dubai tournament against the Latvian Jelena Ostapenko. Since then, they have followed 34 wins and five consecutive tournaments. Swiatek is still far from the record held by Martina Navratilova with her 74 matches without the slightest setback.

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Gauff-Swiatek final draws near

The outcome of the women’s draw is approaching. Coco Gauff and Iga Swiatek will return to Court Philippe-Chatrier at 3 pm for the final. At 18 and 21 years old respectively, Gauff and Swiatek offer the final with the youngest protagonists since 1997 with Martina Hingis (16) and Iva Majoli (19)

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Gabriel Debru takes a first step towards victory!

Gabriel Debru takes the lead in this Roland-Garros junior final. The French pocketed the first round against the Belgian Gilles Arnaud Bailly (7-6).

After Bailly failed to break him, Debru finished this round in a tie break in just over an hour.

Frenchman Gabriel Debru plays in the youth final

After Luca van Assche last year, Roland-Garros could once again be won by a French junior. Gabriel Debru, 16, from Grenoble, is currently playing in the final against Belgian Gilles Arnaud Bailly.

1-1 in the first set!

Swiatek will be the favorite

Unlike the last editions, this final brings together two great figures of women’s tennis. If Gauff (18) has never reached a Grand Slam final, she had already distinguished herself by reaching the round of 16 at the US Open in 2020 and Wimbledon in 2019.

But the favorite will be Swiatek (21), undefeated for 34 games. Winner of the 2020 edition and finalist in 2021, the Pole got rid of the Russian Daria Kasatkina in the semifinals in two sets (6-2, 6-1) and only one hour of play.

Good morning to all !

Welcome to RMC Sport for the penultimate day of competition at Roland-Garros, which will obviously be marked by the final of the women’s tournament between the Polish Iga Swiatek (number 1 in the world) and the American Coco Gauff (number 23). A shock to live from 3 pm

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