The Future Female Tennis Stars – Who to Look Out For in 2024

16 year-old Russian Mirra Andreeva became the third-youngest player - at 15 years - to win a WTA 1000 main-draw match, at this year’s Madrid Open. She joins gsport’s list of five tennis players to following 2024 also including Coco Gauff, Emma Raducanu, Zheng Qinwen and Wang Xinyu, starting with the WTA’s January tournaments in Australia. Photo: Mirra Andreeva on Instagram

2023 unveiled the depth of talent in the WTA tour with four different women winning the Grand Slams, beckoning a new wave of stars. With 2024 and the first slam of the year fast approaching, gsport takes a look at five young tennis players to look out for.

Iga Swiatek Bags Third French Open Crown

Poland’s Iga Swiatek bagged her third French Open title, becoming the first woman to defend the Roland Garros crown since 2007, when she defeated Karolina Muchova on Saturday, 10 June 2023. Photo: Roland Garros (Instagram)

Poland’s Iga Swiatek bags her third French Open title, also becoming just the third woman in the open era to win each of her first four Grand Slam finals, the Pole adding to her 2020 and 2022 titles in Paris and last year’s US Open triumph.
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Kgothatso Montjane Wins First Grand Slam Title

Momentum gsport Awards’ most celebrated athlete Kgothatso Montjane and her partner Yui Kamiji bagged the French Open doubles title on Saturday, 10 June 2023. Photo: ITF Tennis

Momentum gsport Awards’ most celebrated athlete Kgothatso Montjane and partner Yui Kamiji bag the French Open doubles win. Montjane earns her first grand slam title!
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