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French Open: Barbora Krejkikova Defeats Anastasia To Win Women’s French Open Title

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Barbora Krejcikova of the Czech Republic won the French Open on Saturday. In world rankings, Barbora is seeded 85th player in the world. She defeated world number 31 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 to claim her first Grand Slam title.

Meanwhile, this is for the sixth consecutive year in the women’s section of the French Open that a new player has won the title. This match between the two players lasted for 1 hour 58 minutes. Further, Hana Mandilikova, a Czech woman had won the title in 1981. After that, Krajkikova has become the first Czech woman to win the Roland-Garros singles title.

Barbora Krejkikova has won her second WTA singles title now. Earlier, she had won the title last month in Strasbourg, France.

Barbora Krejkikova, 25, performed brilliantly at Roland Garros. She had reached the final of a Grand Slam for the first time by defeating Maria Sakari of Greece.

At the same time, 29-year-old Anastasia had reached the final of any Grand Slam after 14 years of her Grand Slam debut. However, she couldn’t win the title. She made his Grand Slam debut in 2007 by entering Wimbledon via wildcard.

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