Women’s French Open Winner
June 4, 2011 by staff
Women’s French Open Winner, Na Li will meet defending French Open champion Francesca Schiavone in Saturday’s final at Roland Garros Women, as both seeking their first Grand Slam in 2011. For Li, is her second final in a Grand Slam this season, with only two major championships so far this season? Li is two for two in the Finals. Open but lost to Kim Clijsters Australia, and hopes to reverse their fortunes on Saturday against Schiavone. “This time is the second time in the final. Of course, you know what to do,” said Li. “I know the surface is different, but playing six games now. So, yes, this time I know what I do in the final.”
It is a battle between two veteran players, both with 30 years of age. He becomes the oldest Grand Slam championship match combined more than a decade.
“The years that can help a lot,” Schiavone said with a smile. “As I said a few days ago, (he) is like wine. Stay (ing) in the bottle is much, much better.”
For Li, Maira Sharapova ousted in her semifinal match in straight sets, capable of handling the great service of the highest Sharapova during the day, which included fighting against the wind conditions on the court. Against Schiavone, Li will also have to contend with another strong first serve.
Schivon is obviously comfortable in Roland Garros, making her second appearance in the final, where he hopes to achieve the same result as in 2010, coming away with a Grand Slam title.
When I was young I always dreamed of (about) this tournament, so maybe (that) comes from a long time, long ago, “Schiavone said.” When I come here, I feel something special. That’s it. ”
Gamblers for French Women’s Cup Match 2011 Li Open Championship has established itself as the slight favorite over Schiavone, going to -120. Schiavone comes in on the same side of the bet line however, just behind him at -110.
French woman open end can be seen live on NBC from the morning at 9 am ET
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