French Open 2022, a complete list of winners of this year’s Roland Garros!
After a two-week drama, many exciting matches and a captivating story, the French Open 2022 is over, here is a complete list of winners.
French Open 2022, was a Grand Slam tennis tournament on an outdoor clay court. It took place from May 22nd to June 5th, 2022 at Stud Roland Garros in Paris France, and included singles, doubles and mixed doubles matches.
There are 5 major categories in this Grand Slam.
- Men’s Singles
- Women’s Singles
- Men’s Doubles
- Women’s Doubles
- Mixed Doubles
Carlos Alcaraz and last year’s finalist Stefanos Tsitupas were expected to be doing well but were eliminated in the middle of the tournament. Novak Djokovic seemed to be back at best, but his title defence ended in the quarterfinals at the hands of his old enemy Rafael Nadal. As for King Clay himself, he arrived in Paris worried about his strength and shape, but again proved his superiority over Roland Garros.
The women’s draw was full of surprises from the beginning. Most of the top players were eliminated early, and only three of the top 10 players advanced to the third round. Sloane Stephens, the finalist of the 2018 French Open, has made a comeback this year and is back in the quarterfinals.
Teen Coco Gauff has been considered one of the biggest stars in the sport since her debut a few years ago. She reached her first Grand Slam final in singles and also reached the title round in doubles.
Unfortunately, Americans couldn’t win either race. In the turmoil and uncertainty of women’s tours, Iga Swiatek was a consistent beacon. World No. 1 was a pre-tournament favourite and she showed why she stands out by lifting a trophy in Paris for the second time in her career.
Winner of Men’s single Rafael Nadal:
Nadal easily overtook first-time finalist Casper Ruud to win his 14th title in Paris and a record 22nd Grand Slam title. He remains on the course during the Grand Slam calendar year, but has not yet guaranteed the appearance of his Wimbledon.
Winner of Women’s single Iga Swiatek:
Iga Swiatek has announced her authority on the Women’s Tour as she won her second Grand Slam title at the French Open this year. She was an overwhelming favorite for winning titles down to the tournament, and for good reason. She arrived in Paris for 28 games in a row and quickly won five titles.
Swiatek overtook her opponent relatively easily, losing only one set in the fourth round tournament with Zheng Qinwen. She defeated Coco Gauff 6-1 and 6-3 in the final and won her second French Open victory. This victory extended her undefeated run to 35 games, setting Venus Williams’ record for most consecutive victories of the century.
Winners of Men’s doubles – Jean-Julien Rojer and Marcelo Arevalo:
Jean-Julien Roger and Marcelo Arevalo struggled to win the title and showed their steel nerves by protecting three championship points. The duo defeated Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek 6-7 (4) 7-6 (5) 6-3 to win their first Grand Slam title as a team.
This was Roger’s third major title and the first title in Paris. He only needs to win the Australian Open to have a career grand slam. He has also become the oldest player to win a Grand Slam title in doubles. Arevalo was the first Central American player to win a Grand Slam title. It was his first major title.
Winners of Women’s doubles – Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic:
In 2016, Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic won their first Grand Slam title in the French Open Women’s Doubles. The duo created an impressive doubles team, but they broke up a year later and then sporadically competed.
They reunited to compete in Paris this year and ran a fairy tale title. They defeated Coco Gauff and Jessica Pegra in the finals 2-6, 6-3 and 6-2. This is Mladenovic’s women’s doubles, the sixth Grand Slam Title, and Garcia’s second.
Winners of Mixed doubles – Ena Shibahara and Wesley Koolhof:
Wesley Koolhof and Ena Shibahara defeated Joran Vliegen and Ulrikke Eikeri 7-6 (5), 6-2 to win the mixed doubles title. All four players competed in all areas to win their first Grand Slam title, but in the end,d the Dutch-Japanese pair won. However, the duo scored the next five points to win the set and won the title, so it wasn’t a second problem.
Winners in other categories are:
- Girls’ singles – Lucie Havlickova
- Boys’ doubles – Edas Butvilas and Mili Poljicak
- Girls’ doubles – Lucie Havlickova and Sara Bejlek
- Boys’ singles – Gabriel Debru
Champions of Roland Garros 2022
Also read: Rafael Nadal wins his 22nd Grand Slam yesterday in the French Open 2022.
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