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Roland-Garros 2017

2016, the Djokovic coronation, ep4: the fighter

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News

Rafael Nadal, evergreen on the red dust
Matches
Rafael Nadal, evergreen on the red dust
25.04.2017
Rafael Nadal chalked up the first of three "Décimas" that are within his grasp this spring. These double-figure tallies are a testament to his exceptional dominance and longevity on the surface. His surface.
Rafael Nadal chasing more clay milestones en route to Roland-Garros
Matches
Rafael Nadal chasing more clay milestones en route to Roland-Garros
19.04.2017
As he gets up and running on the red dust, "Rafa" has the chance to further elevate his status in tennis history with more exploits. We run through the landmarks in reach for the king of clay on his surface.
Thiem, Kyrgios, Zverev & Pouille courting the big time on clay
Matches
Thiem, Kyrgios, Zverev & Pouille courting the big time on clay
17.04.2017
Dominic Thiem, Nick Kyrgios, Alexander Zverev and Lucas Pouille: the youngest members of the Top 20 have all the ingredients to shine during the clay swing.
Garbine Muguruza aims to conquer "old demons"
Matches
Garbine Muguruza aims to conquer "old demons"
11.03.2017
9 months after her triumph at Roland-Garros, Garbine Muguruza is still learning to manage the expectations that inevitably come with winning a maiden Grand Slam title.
Federer: "You want to enjoy yourself, and that’s the case with me at the moment"
Matches
Federer: "You want to enjoy yourself, and that’s the case with me at the moment"
05.04.2017
Melbourne, Indian Wells, Miami: the words and the images are the same as Roger Federer alternates between delight and sheer incredulity at what he is managing to achieve.
Johanna Konta, a late-blooming champion
Matches
Johanna Konta, a late-blooming champion
06.04.2017
Having won the most prestigious title of her career in Miami, the Brit's game seems to have finally matured as she settles into the No.2 spot in the WTA Race.

Legends

Françoise Dürr: "I didn’t win a lot of prize money, but I’m rich in terms of experiences" (1/2)
Legends
Françoise Dürr: "I didn’t win a lot of prize money, but I’m rich in terms of experiences" (1/2)
10.04.2017
Meet with Françoise Dürr, who won Roland-Garros 50 years ago, just before being involved in the fight for parity between men’s and women’s tennis.
Françoise Dürr: "I didn’t win a lot of prize money, but I’m rich in terms of experiences" (2/2)
Legends
Françoise Dürr: "I didn’t win a lot of prize money, but I’m rich in terms of experiences" (2/2)
12.04.2017
Second part of our interview with Françoise Dürr, Roland-Garros champion 50 years ago, in 1967.
The Stan behind the man: Part I
Interviews
The Stan behind the man: Part I
26.05.2016
In the first of a three-part series, Stan Wawrinka talks to rolandgarros.com about his journey to becoming a multiple Grand Slam champion.
Legends - Tony Roche: "And I won this final I shouldn't have played"
Legends
Legends - Tony Roche: "And I won this final I shouldn't have played"
23.11.2016
He's one of the greatests coaches in tennis history (Lendl, Rafter, Federer). But Tony Roche was also a top-class player, Roland-Garros champ in 1966. We journeyed down memory lane with him.
Legends - Budge Patty: "I decided to live in Paris as a tourist"
Legends
Legends - Budge Patty: "I decided to live in Paris as a tourist"
15.04.2016
At the age of 93, Budge Patty is the oldest surviving winner of Roland-Garros. Here he recalls the Paris that he knew, that of the Liberation and the rebirth of the French Open.
The liberation of Roland-Garros
Legends
The liberation of Roland-Garros
27.05.2016
In 1946, Roland-Garros became a beacon for the restoration of 'la vie Parisienne' after the Second World War, a special moment for players and fans alike.