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THE LEGEND OF ROLAND-GARROS
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The Origins of the Tournament
The Origins of the Tournament
The first ever French Championships were held back in 1891. 
2005-201...
2005-201...
The Nadal era
2000-2004
2000-2004
Kuerten, the king of hearts
1987-1999
1987-1999
Steffi and the clay-courts specialists
1974-1986
1974-1986
Borg and the Swedish, Chris vs Martina
1968-1973
1968-1973
Australia rules
The liberation of Roland-Garros
The liberation of Roland-Garros
In 1946, Roland-Garros became a beacon for the restoration of 'la vie Parisienne' after WWII, a special moment for players and crowd alike.
Top 10 saved matchpoints by future Roland-Garros champs
Top 10 saved matchpoints by future Roland-Garros champs
No fewer than ten times in Roland-Garros, players have saved a matchpoint in the tournament and then gone on to lift the trophy.
Past winners from 1891 to 2016
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See the past winners from 1891 to 2016.
 
 
Record Breakers
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Record Breakers
Record Breakers
Champions have excelled and records have been broken ever since the French Open was first held in 1925. Here are some of the more interesting statistics.
Top 10 saved matchpoints by future Roland-Garros champs
Top 10 saved matchpoints by future Roland-Garros champs
They have saved a matchpoint at some point in the tournament and then gone on to lift the famous trophy, changing their careers and lives in the process.
The elusive Calendar Slam – those who kept the dream alive beyond Roland-Garros
The elusive Calendar Slam – those who kept the dream alive beyond Roland-Garros
10 men in tennis history have made it through Roland-Garros with the dream of the calendar Grand Slam still intact.
The Trophies
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Jewels of the court
Jewels of the court
Awarded to the winners since 1953, the Roland-Garros trophies have evolved with the prestige of the tournament.