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French Open 2024 women’s final: What time does Iga Swiatek vs Jasmine Paolini start?

French Open 2024 women's final: What time does Iga Swiatek vs Jasmine Paolini start?
Iga Swiatek is bidding to win her fourth French Open title - Getty Images/Robert Prange

Jasmine Paolini crushed Russian teenager Mirra Andreeva 6-3, 6-1 to bulldoze her way into the French Open final and continue Italy’s Roland Garros fairytale.

Paolini, who used her booming forehand to devastating effect on Court Philippe Chatrier, will face the ultimate challenge in Iga Swiatek, after the world number No 1 and two-time defending champion made light work of Coco Gauff in the other semi-final.

It was the Pole’s 20th consecutive victory in Paris as she reached the final for a third straight year.

What time will the women’s final take place?

The women’s final is on Saturday, June 8 at 2pm UK time.

How to watch the French Open on TV in the UK

In the UK, Eurosport hold the broadcasting rights to live action from Paris. To watch on Discovery+, an Entertainment & Sport pass is £6.99/month.

Coverage on Eurosport and discovery+ is available across all major TV platforms and direct-to-consumer streaming services, including Sky, Virgin Media, EE TV, Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV+, Sony, Google and Roku.

Expert analysis will be provided on-site and in studio from the likes of Mats Wilander, Barbara Schett, Tim Henman, Alex Corretja, Chris Evert, John McEnroe and Laura Robson.

How to watch the French Open on TV in the US

NBC Sports will televise coverage of the French Open in the US.

Who is the defending champion?

Last year, Iga Swiatek claimed her third French Open title when she overcame Karolina Muchova in three sets.

What is the French Open prize money?

Total prize money for this year’s tournament comes to £45.7 million, up 7.82 per cent on last year.

Overall, prize money for the singles draw has increased by seven per cent compared with 2023.

Latest odds

Women’s singles final

  • Iga Swiatek 1/12

  • Jasmine Paolini 15/2

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