Maria Sharapova wins French Open
(PARIS) -- Maria Sharapova completed the career Grand Slam journey after she defeated Sara Errani 6-3, 6-2 on Saturday in the women's final.
The second-seeded Sharapova moved to No. 1 in the world with the victory and now has all four Grand Slams to her name.
"I'm really speechless--it's been such a journey for me to get to this stage. I have so many people to thank," Sharapova said after the win. "No matter how many Grand Slams you win, even if this was the first one I played, or if I didn't have any Grand Slams, to be here and to win this one--if it was my only one--it would be just as special as winning my fourth."
Sharapova started her Grand Slam quest back in 2004 when she won at Wimbledon, followed by the U.S. Open in 2006, and the Australian Open in 2008. With the French Open under her belt, Sharapova became only the 10th woman to complete the career Grand Slam.
Sharapova would have moved to No. 1 win or lose.
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