Praise has started to roll in for Iga Swiatek's fifth career Grand Slam title, which she captured on Saturday at Roland Garros. Swiatek bested first-time major finalist Jasmine Paolini in straight sets to take the title in Paris for the fourth time in the last five years.

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It was the 15th time in the Open Era a player won a Grand Slam title from match point down -- No.1 seed Swiatek saved match point in her classic second-round battle with former World No.1 Naomi Osaka.

Swiatek already received congratulations from a player who could win the French Open men's singles title tomorrow:

Olympic champion skiers Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn also added their happiness to social media.

WTA Legend Billie Jean King helped lead the women's tennis community's applause:

Further congratulations from Swiatek's fellow tennis players and more are rolling in...

Tennis writers also lauded Swiatek's accomplishments after Saturday's final. At the BBC, Jonathan Jurejko said: "Coming into the clay-court major, everyone wondered who could stop Swiatek winning the title again. Ultimately, nobody was able to provide an answer.

"Former world number one Naomi Osaka came closest to beating Swiatek, troubling her with powerful returning and holding a match point in their second-round encounter before the top seed recovered. Since then it has been plain sailing for Swiatek."

The Guardian's Tumaini Carayol wrote that Swiatek's first Grand Slam title at 2020 Roland Garros "had come so out of the blue, and the rush of attention so overwhelming, that it actually left her with many doubts. Swiatek had to prove to herself [that] she could establish herself as a champion on a consistent basis.

"It is fair to say she has done a decent job. On Saturday, Swiatek continued her era of total, relentless dominance over Court Philippe Chatrier."

And at, Ed McGrogan noted: "When it comes to clay-court tennis, Iga Swiatek may not want to hear comparisons to Rafael Nadal. 'Problem' is, she’s doing nothing to dissuade them.

"Iga is (probably) not invincible, though you could be forgiven for thinking otherwise."