Who won the Women’s French Open?

who won the women's french open

Who won the Women’s French Open? World’s no. 1 – Simona Halep won her first Grand Slam Title after defeating Sloane Stephens in the final round with 3-6, 6-4, 6-1. After winning this title, she also became the sixth woman to win both the junior and senior titles, having won the latter in 2008.

She is becoming the second Romanian to win a Grand Slam after Virginia Ruzici in 1978.

Who won the Women’s French Open?

About Simona Halep:

Born in Constance, Halep had a humble childhood where her mother tended the house and her father ran a small dairy factory. When she was 17, she made an important decision for her career. Her career took off from 352 in the top 100 rankings in two years.

Halep finished 2017 as number one in the world and many did not consider her a legitimate number 1 for not having won any Grand Slam, but Roger Federer defended her: “Who’s No. 1 deserves to be there.”

Who won the Women's French Open?
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Not for a second should they try to take that merit out of her whether it is Halep or any other player who has worked all her life to achieve this dream. “She fought hard this year, had chances and managed to finish the year at the top of the rankings.

And the Romanian knew she was close to achieving a Grand Slam title. “I said that if I was in that position three times, I was close to winning, it was to happen, I just had to keep working hard and not give up,” said the champion who had been a finalist in 2014, 2017 and 2018.

Now Halep wants to establish herself as an inspirational athlete of the Romanians and already participates in the #PowerToInspire campaign and to keep the image of athlete example, no personal publications, and ostentation on their social networks.Read more about the tournament here.

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