The finals of the French Open of 2021 of the category of women’s singles were held on the 12th of June. The finalists were Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, who hails from Russia, and Barbora Krejcikova from the Czech Republic. It is to be noted that both of these players were first-timers. The match was a tough one and it was more about the competition of willpower. There happened to be opposite sets. One was won by the 29-year-old player from Russia and the winner of the other round was the 25-year-old Krejcikova.
Krejcikova Vs Pavlyuchenkova
The Czech Republic player came out as the winner of the match. This is the first-ever victory of hers. She defeated her opponent to achieve her first Grand Slam title. The point earned in the final round was 6-4. Both the finalists have worked extremely hard to reach the finals held at the French tennis center of Roland-Garros. Krejcikova, the winner, has faced numerous setbacks throughout her professional journey.
The player failed to make it to the singles match over 15 times. It was only the 16th time that she made it through. And as for the first runner-up, she has been through a total of 52 main draws before she made it to the finals. Pavlyuchenkova has created history by doing this.
Both the players had their own battles to win in order to get to the Grand Slam finale. And due to this, it was extremely important for both Krejcikova and Pavlyuchenkova to win the title. It was clear that both women were full of energy, passion, and determination. There was a turning point in the finals. Krejcikova, who won the first set, saw a downfall in the second. But she gained control in the third set and secured the win.