France v Germany: Paris, Vincennes and Stade de France: Preview the highlights of the 2017-18 French Open match

France have clinched their second straight title in the women’s tennis season, defeating Germany in Stade des Vincents.

The French women’s tour has taken the French Open by storm this season, winning every match on the year, and will look to take the French women a step closer to a medal when they take on Germany in Paris on Monday evening.

The winner of the two-game series will host the women of the world in their quarter-final in Berlin, where the women have not qualified for a major since 2012.

After defeating Australia, Germany and Switzerland in their opening two matches, France had to drop their second match in Paris against the Germans.

However, they pulled off a stunning upset in the second set, beating Switzerland 2-1, before coming back in the third game, to win 5-4, 5-3.

The win over Germany secured France’s maiden title since 2012, and their first in France since 1995, a World Cup qualifier in France.

It also means that France will be the defending champions of the French championship, while Germany will face Japan in the quarter-finals.

The match will kick off at 7.30pm local time (13.30 GMT).