Europe 1 with AFP / Photo credit: JEAN CATUFFE / DPPI via AFP 21:50 p.m., June 09, 2023

The fortnight of Roland-Garros is coming to an end in the women's draw. The women's final, which will pit Poland's Iga Swiatek against Czech Karolina Muchova, will take place this Saturday. Start time of the match, TV channel(s) to follow the match, here is everything you need to know before this final.

It's time for the women's final at Roland-Garros. And for this 2023 edition, the surprising Czech Karoline Muchova, only 43rd in the world in the WTA rankings, will be opposed to the defending champion Iga Swiatek. The former achieved the feat of beating Belarusian and world No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka in the semifinals after being led five games to two in the third set. The second followed logic by eliminating Brazil's Beatriz Haddad Maia 6-2, 7-6. A final that will make you live Europe 1, official radio of the tournament. A debrief of the match and the tournament as a whole will also be experienced in full in the evening in the Europe 1 Sport programme (every evening live from 20 pm to 23 pm).

On a crowded Philippe-Chatrier court, which can accommodate about 15,000 people in the stands, the Pole and the Czech will try to win the Suzanne Lenglen Cup, trophy of all desires for the players. The final will begin at 15 p.m. on the Centre Court of Roland-Garros and will be played in the best of two winning sets.

Women's Singles Final Roland-Garros

Start: 15 p.m.

Court Philippe-Chatrier

On which channel(s) to follow the match?

The opposition between Iga Swiatek and Karolina Muchova will be live on the public service channel France 2. Amazon Prime will also co-stream this match. This requires a streaming account with the American giant and to be a subscriber. Europe 1 will also make you live the event as closely as possible by offering you a red thread of the meeting. An analysis around consultants like Cédric Pioline will be heard live in the evening in Europe 1 Sport from 20 pm.