French Open Women’s Final Preview

The 2023 French Open Women’s Singles final will be played on Saturday the 10th of June, with Iga Swiatek looking to win her third Roland Garros singles title in four years.

Below I will outline some of the key facts and stats ahead of the final on Saturday.

Iga Swiatek vs Karolina Muchova - 2023 French Open

2023 French Open Women’s Final

The 2023 Women’s Singles Final at Roland Garros will see the surprise finalist Karolina Muchova take on the world number 1 and three-time grand slam title winner Iga Swiatek.

What time will the women’s singles final be played?

The WTA singles final will be played on the 10th of June 2023, with the match due to start at 3 pm (Paris time) or 9 am (ET).

Where will the final be played?

The final will be played on Court Philippe Chatrier at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France.

How can I watch/stream the final?

If you are based in Ireland, Europe, or the UK then your best option for watching the final will be on Eurosport/Discovery Plus.

If you are based in the US, the final will be streamed on NBC, Peacock, and on the Tennis Channel.

What will the winner receive in Prize Money and Points?

The winner will receive €2,300,000 in prize money and 2,000 WTA ranking points, while the runner-up will receive €1,150,000 and 1,200 ranking points.

Therefore, the winner of the match will receive double the prize money the loser will get along with an additional 800 ranking points.

Who did Iga Swiatek and Karolina Muchova defeat on the way to the final?

Iga Swiatek has yet to drop a set on her route to the final, having defeated Cristina Bucsa (1st Round), Claire Liu (2nd Round), Wang Xinyu (3rd Round), Lesia Tsurenko (4th Round), Coco Gauff (Quarterfinals), and Beatriz Haddad Maia (Semifinals).

RoundOpponentWTA RankingScoreTime on Court
1stCristina Bucsa706-4, 6-01h 13m
2ndClaire Liu1026-4, 6-01h 29m
3rdWang Xinyu806-0, 6-00h 51m
4thLesia Tsurenko665-1 (R*)0h 31m
QFCoco Gauff66-4, 6-21h 28m
SFBeatriz Haddad Maia146-2, 7-62h 09m


Karolina Muchova had a slightly tougher road to the final, but still had good wins against Maria Sakkari (1st Round), Nadia Podoroska (2nd Round), Irina-Camelia Begu (3rd Round), Elina Avanesyan (4th Round), Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Quarterfinals), and Aryna Sabalenka (Semifinals).

RoundOpponentWTA RankingScoreTime on Court
1stMaria Sakkari87-6, 7-52h 06m
2ndNadia Podoroska1036-3, 0-6, 6-31h 57m
3rdIrina-Camelia Begu276-3, 6-21h 33m
4thElina Avanesyan1346-4, 6-31h 37m
QFAnastasia Pavlyuchenkova3337-5, 6-21h 38m
SFAryna Sabalenka27-6, 6-7, 7-53h 13m

Have Karolina Muchova and Iga Swiatek played each other before?

Yes, they played each other once before in the round of 32 of the Prague Open in 2019, with Karolina winning the match in three sets (4-6, 6-1, 6-4).

Who is the favorite to win the title?

Iga Swiatek is the heavy odds on favorite to win the match on Saturday.