Na Li Wins Women’s French Open 2011

Na Li beat defending champion Francesca Schiavone at the Roland Garros French Open 2011 in straight sets. The final scores were 4-6, 6-7, with Na Li taking all the seven tie-break points to claim the title. The match on Saturday 4th June 2011 saw the power play of the Chinese star overwhelm the flamboyant style of the Italian. Li had to hold her nerve when she went down one game to 5-6, before levelling and eventually claiming the tie-break.

The men’s singles final will be aired on Sunday 5th June 2011 from 15:00 (CET).

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