Belgian clay-court luminary Justine Henin won her third straight Roland Garros in Paris today, breezing past Ana Ivanovic of Serbia 6-1 6-2 in the final. Ivanovic won a rare break from Henin in the first game, but collapsed soon thereafter, double-faulting five times and handing the 25-year-old her fourth French Open—and sixth Grand Slam—title.
Henin has now won 35 straight sets at the clay tournament, an Open-era record. She faces a tough field at grassy Wimbledon next month, though—the only Grand she has yet to master. Henin (who abridged her name from Henin-Hardenne with a divorce last year) wins $1.34 mil with the victory, and retains her top spot in the world.