As it happened: June 10

Follow along as we bring you updates from around the grounds at Roland-Garros 2023

Iga Swiatek, finale, trophée, Roland-Garros 2023 ©Corinne Dubreuil / FFT
 - Reem Abulleil

8:39pm Redemption for Dodig and Krajicek

They lost in last year's men's doubles final here in Paris after holding three match points and today they are the Roland-Garros champions -- Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek were not to be denied again as they eased to a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Belgian duo Sander Gille and Joran Vliegen.

The win also sees the 32-year-old Krajicek rise to the doubles world No.1 spot for the first time in his career.

Swiatek receives trophy from legendary Chris Evert

"First of all congrats to Karolina. Even since we first played, I knew we would play these kind of finals," says Swiatek, who faced Muchova four years ago in a tournament in Prague when they were both barely in the top 100.

Chris Evert, Iga Swiatek, Roland-Garros 2023, final, trophy ceremony© Corinne Dubreuil/FFT

Standing ovation for Muchova

The crowd chants Muchova's name as she fights tears trying to say a few words in the trophy ceremony.

"I'll try to keep it short because it's a bit emotional. This is incredible, thank you everyone. It's been amazing three weeks for me and for my team. This was so close, yet so far, but that's what happens when you face someone as incredible as Iga," said the Czech.

Karolina Muchova, Chris Evert, Roland-Garros 2023, final, trophy ceremony© Corinne Dubreuil/FFT

5:59pm Swiatek clinches a third RG title

World No.1 Iga Swiatek has captured a second consecutive Roland-Garros title, a third in Paris, and fourth Grand Slam crown overall with a hard-fought 6-2, 5-7, 6-4 victory over a gritty Karolina Muchova.

Muchova fought back from 2-6, 0-3 down to make this an incredibly close final but it was the 22-year-old Swiatek who eked out the win in the end.


5:48pm Swiatek hits back

It's an 11th break of serve of the match; Muchova saved two break points but faltered on the third as Swiatek levels once against for 4-4.

5:39pm Muchova breaks

Just when you think Swiatek has regained some control, Muchova gets a break of serve to inch ahead 4-3. We're approaching the 2h 30min mark for this final.

5:27pm Swiatek retaliates

We're back on serve at 2-2 as Swiatek steadies the ship and breaks Muchova back.

5:22pm Muchova starts decider with a break

The momentum is clearly on Muchova's side as she breaks at love in the first game of the deciding set and is currently serving at 2-1 against Swiatek.

Swiatek is an impressive 13-4 overall in singles finals, will Muchova put another dent in that record today?

Juniors update: American duo capture girls' doubles title

5:08pm Muchova takes the second set

From 2-6, 0-3 down, Muchova has climbed her way back and has taken the 68-minute second set 7-5 to level the final against Swiatek and force a decider. Going three on Chatrier and the crowd is loving it!

4:58pm Swiatek drops serve again

A third consecutive game goes against serve as Muchova breaks Swiatek to inch ahead 6-5. She couldn't serve out the set the first time. Will her second attempt go better?

4:53pm Iga breaks back

Muchova can't serve out the set as Swiatek breaks right back to level for 5-all.

4:47pm Muchova breaks and will serve for second set

Muchova has rallied back from 0-3 down and has just broken for 5-4 to put herself in the position to serve for the second set and possibly force a decider against Swiatek.

Karolina Muchova, finale, Roland-Garros 2023©Corinne Dubreuil / FFT

3:56pm Business mode from Swiatek

Two-time Roland-Garros champion Swiatek has taken the opening set 6-2 in 45 minutes against Muchova.

The Polish world No.1 won 74 per cent of her first-serve points throughout that set.

Iga Swiatek, finale, Roland-Garros 2023©Corinne Dubreuil / FFT

Juniors update: Prizmic wins boys' title

No.3 seed Dino Prizmic has become the first Croatian to win the boys' singles title at Roland-Garros since Marin Cilic in 2005 with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Juan Carlos Prado Angelo.


3:20pm Iga breaks

Swiatek has broken Muchova in the Czech's first service game for a 2-0 advantage.

Muchova has won their only previous meeting, in Prague back in 2019. At the time, Muchova (who needed a wildcard to enter the tournament) was ranked No.109 while Swiatek, who reached main draw via qualifying, was ranked No.95.

Karolina Muchova, Iga Swiatek, finale, Roland-Garros 2023©Cédric Lecocq / FFT

3:03pm Time for Swiatek v Muchova

World No.1 Iga Swiatek is gunning for a third Roland-Garros title - second in a row - and a fourth Grand Slam trophy overall today against Karolina Muchova, who is chasing her first major silverware.

The players have just stepped on court and the final will kick off in a few minutes.

Iga Swiatek, Karolina Muchova, Roland-Garros 2023, final© Corinne Dubreuil/FFT

1:00pm Korneeva goes back-to-back

No.3 seed Alina Korneeva has clinched a second consecutive Grand Slam girls' singles title with a 7-6(4), 6-3 victory over Peruvian Lucciana Perez Alarcon.

The 15-year-old Korneeva is the first player to win two Grand Slam girls’ singles titles in a season since 2013, when Ana Konjuh won both the Australian Open and the US Open and Belinda Bencic triumphed at Roland-Garros and Wimbledon.

She is also the first player to win the girls’ singles titles at the opening two Grand Slams of the year since Magdalena Maleeva in 1990.

Korneeva will be back on court shortly for the girls' doubles final alongside Sarah Saito against Tyra Caterina Grant and Clervie Ngounoue.

Meanwhile in boys' doubles, Yaroslav Demin and Rodrigo Pacheco Mendez secured the Roland-Garros title with a 6-2, 6-3 result against Italian pair Lorenzo Sciahbasi and Gabriele Vulpitta.

12:43pm Oda does it!

Japan's 17-year-old Tokito Oda has defeated top seed Alfie Hewett 6-1, 6-4 to win a first Grand Slam singles title and dethrone the Brit as the new world No.1.

At 17 years 35 days, Oda will become the youngest men’s wheelchair singles world No.1 in history on Monday – claiming the record from Hewett, who became world No.1 for the first time aged 20 years 54 days in January 2018.


Tokito Oda, Alfie Hewett, Roland-Garros 2023, wheelchair men's singles final© Nicolas Gouhier/FFT

12:25pm Another trophy for Diede

A special tournament for Diede de Groot, in which she recorded a 100th consecutive match-win, is capped with a title triumph over familiar foe Yui Kamiji in women's wheelchair singles.

The Dutch world No.1 defeated the second-seeded Kamiji 6-2, 6-0 in a 61-minute final today on Court 14 to clinch an 18th Grand Slam singles title, 10th in a row, third straight at Roland-Garros and fourth on Parisian clay overall.

De Groot and Kamiji will square off in the doubles final later this afternoon, alongside their respective partners Maria Florencia Moreno and Kgothatso Montjane.

Bonjour à tous!

Hello everyone and welcome to Day 14 at Roland-Garros. It's finals weekend here in Paris and trophies will be lifted across the grounds today with 12 scheduled finals on the agenda.

Before defending champion Iga Swiatek takes on unseeded Czech Karolina Muchova in a highly-anticipated women's title showdown (not before 3:00pm local time), a battle for the world No.1 spot will take place between Alfie Hewett and Tokito Oda in men's wheelchair singles at 11:00am on Court Philippe-Chatrier. The 17-year-old Oda has a chance to dethrone Hewett at the top of the rankings with a victory today.

Following the Swiatek-Muchova final, the men's doubles championship match will take place between No.4 seeds Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek and Belgian pair Sander Gille and Joran Vliegen.

Other finals on the schedule today include boys' and girls' singles and doubles, quad wheelchair singles and doubles, and women's wheelchair singles and doubles. There are also some fun matches in the Legends Trophy by Emirates. Action on all courts begins at 11:00am.

Here's some essential reading material to get you going before the matches begin.