Coco Gauff suffered a second heartbreaking French Open final defeat when she and American partner Jessica Pegula were beaten by Caroline Garcia and Kristina Mladenovic in the women's doubles final on Sunday
Poland's Iga Swiatek on Saturday defeated Coco Gauff to win her second French Open title, and her triumph was compatriot and star footballer Robert Lewandowski.
Coco Gauff wept in her courtside chair, cried on the trophy podium and sobbed again in the press room as the US teenager admitted her French Open final defeat Saturday was a "lot to handle".
Iga Swiatek now has 35 wins in a row, the joint-longest winning streak by a women's player in the 21st century along with Venus Williams, who had achieved the feat in 2000.
Iga Swiatek urged Ukraine to "stay strong" in an emotional speech after winning the French Open 2022 final against Coco Gauff.
French Open 2022: Iga Swiatek beat Coco Gauff 6-1, 6-3 in a dominating performance in the women's singles final.
French Open 2022, Women's Singles Final, Highlights: Iga Swiatek on Saturday lifted her second French Open Women's Singles title after beating Coco Gauff in straight sets in the final at Court Philippe-Chatrier in Paris.
French Open women's finals will be played between Iga Swiatek and Coco Gauff on Saturday evening
Coco Gauff says she has "nothing to lose" in Saturday's French Open final against world number one Iga Swiatek, with her opponent on a 34-match winning streak and looking for a second Roland Garros title.
Coco Gauff became the youngest Grand Slam finalist in 18 years at the French Open on Thursday and used her landmark performance to demand action on mass shootings in the United States by writing "peace, end gun violence" on a courtside TV camera.