PARIS - Inga Swietec has been unbeaten since February and certainly looks unbeatable at the moment, now a two-time French Open champion.

Coco Gauff, only appearing in her first Grand Slam final at the age of 18, has never had much of a chance, like most recent opponents against Sweetek.

FiTop-order Sweetek added to her 2020 trophy and extended her winning streak to 35 matches by beating Gauff 6-1, 6-3 in the final at Roland Garros on Saturday.

FiSweetek's unbeaten run is equal to the longest run of this century by Venus Williams in 2000.Sweetek have now won their last six tournaments and are 42-3 this season.

FShe has emerged as a key figure in tennis with 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams out of action for almost a year

and three-time major champion Ash Barty announced in March that she would retire at age 25 and drop the No. 1 ranking.  ,

That allowed Swiatek to move up to the top of the WTA and she's shown she is a deserving resident there. Her last loss came in February to 2017 Roland Garros champion Jelena Ostapenko.

Swiatek has a game that works on all surfaces, but her greatest triumphs so far have come on red clay.