French Open Tennis: Roland-Garros Live

2017 Women's Singles Final

2017 Women's Singles Final

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Review

Those hoping for Johanna Konta to capitalise on a wide-open women’s competition were left disappointed as the British number one crashed out in the first round. But then only a fool would predict who’ll make it to the women’s singles final (1.30pm), with Serena Williams absent, world number one Angelique Kerber the shock exit of the first day and favourite Simona Halep struggling with injury. The men’s doubles final follows (4pm Euro1, 4.25pm ITV4).

Tomorrow, the women’s doubles final is at 11am (Euro1) and the men’s singles at 1.30pm (ITV, Euro1). Rafa Nadal will hope to be bidding for his tenth Roland Garros title, if that’s not a foolish prediction too far.

Summary

John Inverdale presents coverage of the women's singles final on the 14th day's play at Roland Garros, which was won by Garbine Muguruza last year. The Spaniard, whose previous best finish at a Grand Slam came when she finished runner-up to Serena Williams at Wimbledon in 2015, picked up her first and so far only Major victory with a 7-5, 6-4 over the American last year. With analysis from Marion Bartoli, Jim Courier and Martina Navratilova, commentary by Nick Mullins and Sam Smith and reports from Celina Hinchcliffe.

Cast & Crew

Presenter John Inverdale
Reporter Celina Hinchcliffe
Commentator Nick Mullins
Guest Jim Courier
Guest Marion Bartoli
Guest Martina Navratilova
Commentator Sam Smith
Director David Francis
Editor Stuart Smith
Editor Joe Blake-Turner
Executive Producer Stuart Smith
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