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For the first time in her tennis career, Coco Gauff will play in the final for a Grand Slam singles match.

Gauff has torn through the competition in the 2022 French Open, having won each set in which she has played, including a dominant 6-3, 6-1 performance against Martina Trevisan in her semifinal match on Thursday. But the road to her first Grand Slam singles title will face its biggest challenge on Saturday when she faces Iga Swiatek in the final.

Swiatek, the world No. 1 WTA player, has won 34 straight matches, having not lost a match since Feb. 16, when she fell to Jelena Ostapenko in the Dubai Tennis Championships. Swiatek is vying for her second French Open after she won it in 2020.

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Coco Gauff vs. Iga Swiatek live updates, highlights from 2022 French Open

The 2022 French Open women’s singles final is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. ET. Live updates will begin at that time.

How to watch the 2022 French Open

TV channel: NBC (U.S.) | TSN (Canada)
Live stream: Peacock (U.S.) | TSN.ca (Canada) | TSN app (Canada) | fuboTV

NBC will carry the French Open final between Swiatek and Gauff on Saturday. It will also be available to stream on Peacock and on fuboTV.

In Canada, viewers can find the match on TSN, with streaming options on TSN.ca and the TSN app. Broadcast details for viewers in Australia and the UK are listed below.

Match
Australia broadcast
UK broadcast
Local time start
Iga Swiatek vs. Coco Gauff
June 4, 11pm (AEST) – Stan Sport/9GEM
June 4, 2pm (BST) – Eurosport
June 4, 3pm (CEST)

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Coco Gauff vs. Iga Swiatek start time

Date: Saturday, June 4
Start time: 9 a.m. ET

The final match between Swiatek and Gauff is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. ET, which is 2 p.m. local time in Paris.

Youngest French Open winners

Should Gauff come away with the win Saturday morning, she will be the fifth-youngest winner of the French Open. Monica Seles holds the record as the youngest, when she won at 16 years, 6 months and 7 days old in 1990.

Gauff will be 18 years, 2 months, 22 days old on the day of the match.

Winner
Year
Age
Monica Seles
1990
16 years, 6 months, 7 days
Arantxa S?nchez Vicario
1989
17 years, 5 months, 23 days
Monica Seles
1991
17 years, 6 months, 6 days
Steffi Graf
1987
17 years, 11 months, 23 days

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Longest unbeaten streaks

If Swiatek wins on Saturday, she would extend her unbeaten match streak to 35 straight. While that is still six away from reaching the top 10, it would place her in exclusive company.

Player
Consecutive wins
Year
Martina Navratilova
74
1984
Steffi Graf
66
1989-90
Martina Navratilova
58
1986-87
Margaret Court
57
1972
Chris Evert
55
1974
Martina Navratilova
54
1983-84
Steffi Graf
46
1988
Steffi Graf
45
1987
Chris Evert
41
1975-76
Martina Navratilova
41
1982

Swiatek’s win in the semifinal tied her with Serena Williams’ 34-match winning streak back in 2013, but another win would move her past Serena’s mark and tie her with Venus Williams’ 35-match streak from 2000, which is currently the longest in the 21st century.

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